Longtime developer Robert M. Kaye has gifted $1 million to New Jersey City University, providing additional support for the school’s planned performing arts complex in Jersey City.
PRC Group is moving ahead with a plan to transform a historic former rug mill complex in Hightstown, where it hopes to build 386 luxury apartments and townhomes through both ground-up construction and the adaptive reuse of two large industrial buildings.
A federal agency has approved a $22.5 million loan under the EB-5 visa program that will support part of a plan to bring new apartments and retail space to Jersey City’s west side.
A joint venture is marching toward a fall opening for 144 new apartments on the west side of Jersey City, the latest piece of a plan to reshape the campus of New Jersey City University.
The first of five mixed-use projects that will transform the campus of New Jersey City University has opened its doors on the west side of Jersey City.
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation to allow developers to partner with government entities for projects on publicly owned land, reviving and expanding a popular law that has helped reshape several of the state’s college campuses in recent years.
PRC Group has hired a familiar face and a well-known banking executive in New Jersey as its new chief executive.
A developer has won a key local approval in Bayonne for a two-building, 162-unit apartment project near one of the city’s light rail stops.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology has unveiled its latest expansion plans in Newark, joining developer PRC Group and city officials on Wednesday to detail a proposed 99-unit apartment building on its campus.
For an apartment complex that will be built on university-owned land, the concept of a smart home seems all too fitting. That will be the case for a new 144-unit project by KKF Enterprises, part of a sweeping redevelopment on the western side of Jersey City.