• Explore New Worlds at Carteret Park

    Space-themed playground at Carteret Park
    Elizabeth Bell

     If we think back to playtime when we were kids, there was no limit to our imagination. If you could believe it, you could become it. We swung from vine to vine on Jungle gyms, played cops and robbers on dome climbers, and reigned as kings and queens from the highest structure in the ... Read More

  • See Jersey City’s Plans to Extend Newark Ave Pedestrian Plaza!

    Maraliese Beveridge

    Watch our own Gus DeBlasio, landscape/streetscape extraordinaire, speak to Hudson County View describing Jersey City’s upcoming plans to revitalize another section of town—the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza streetscape project. This project will extend the existing pedestrian-friendly plaza, which has brought in dozens of new businesses, from Barrow Street to Jersey Avenue. Plans include raising the street ... Read More

  • Oakwood Park Becomes Hybrid Turf Field

    Alexis Eades

    The Transformation to a Hybrid Turf Field So, picture this. It’s the early spring of 2016 in New Providence, NJ. You’re a kid rushing home from school to play soccer with your friends at the local park. But when you get there, you’re bummed to find the park is closed! It rained a few days ago, ... Read More

  • As I Walk Through the Park…

    Parks
    Alexis Eades

    It’s the first day of summer, and I feel myself being called out of my house by the sun and the warmth. I could sit outside in my backyard, but I know my neighbor’s dog will be barking at me and ruin the peace I want. I could go for a drive, but I want ... Read More

  • Much Ado About Fort Monmouth

    Site Plan for Fort Monmouth Redevelopment
    Maraliese Beveridge

    Fort Monmouth, a once bustling Army installation consisting of over 1,126 acres, is nestled within the communities of Eatontown, Oceanport, and Tinton Falls, New Jersey. Initially designed as a self-contained community, today there are only remnants of services and businesses still active along the main thoroughfare. Since the base officially closed in 2011, there has been much ado over its fate. ... Read More

  • The Power of Flowers!

    Garden
    Maraliese Beveridge

    As Mother’s Day officially heralds-in the notion of flowers, it also triggers us into motion in the yard! But before going flower-crazy, a little bit of planning goes a long way in helping you make the best choices. Here is some general advice from our Director of Landscape Architecture, Raymond Liotta, LLA, PP, AICP, to point your green thumb in the right direction! ... Read More