Long time local fixture, Grimaldi’s Pizza will close one of its two Hoboken locations at the end of August.
A building that formerly housed a waterfront restaurant with spectacular river views will soon be reimagined into a new event and eatery space, a welcome development that will fix up one of the few remaining Hurricane Sandy-damaged structures along Hudson county’s coastline.
Coldwell Banker Jersey City is officially up and running at their new home on the Newark Ave Pedestrian Mall. They celebrated the move yesterday with a ribbon cutting attended by Mayor Steven Fulop as well as officials from NRT, Coldwell Banker’s parent company.
Just last week, Jersey City’s planning board approved three new towers for Journal Square. With these approvals, it’s becoming more and more evident that Journal Square is on track to become the next development hot spot outside of Downtown.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Newark cleans up its act, Revel in Atlantic City set to reopen, Wall Street Journal visits Hoboken, increased ridership on PATH creates problems, and more.
No street on Hoboken’s west side is a bigger poster child for both the city’s growth and how it’s growing than Jefferson Street, where there are a whopping eleven projects either underway or finishing up in just an eight-block stretch.
Thor Equities announced yesterday its purchase of the historic “The Up-town Bank” building at 1400 Washington Street in Hoboken.