Last week the Jersey City Planning Board voted unanimously to approve an amendment to the Paulus Hook Redevelopment Plan that paves the way for a new, potentially 60-story tower at the corner of Warren Street and Christopher Columbus Drive.
A few Asian-inspired eateries, the return of a popular bar and music space, plus some new places to burn off the calories you’re sure to ingest are on the agenda for Hoboken’s upcoming months, the latest of which just broke ground last week.
A new building coming to Newark will tower over the city’s Downtown. Named, One Theater Square, it will be the city’s first new residential high-rise since the 1960’s.
Ani Ramen House and Sun Noodle have come together to host a ramen eating contest in celebration of National Noodle Day. The event titled Slurp. Sip. Repeat. will pit participants against each other to see who can eat the most ramen in 15 minutes.
We interviewed award-winning architectural designer Janine Glatt whose designs have been featured in Cottages & Bungalows magazine and Design New Jersey. The small firm integrates spaces in an organic, minimalist way with each project's unique site and function as a guide.
Jersey News: Revel is now TEN, pro-Jersey City casino effort suspends campaign, Fort Lee launches restaurant week, more
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Revel casino relaunched as 'Ten', Fort Lee launches restaurant week, NJ's invisible workforce, Atlantic City is on the brink again, and more.
As everyone knows, Jersey City is on the move. There are skyscrapers going up seemingly everywhere, cool restaurants, neat stores, pop-up beer gardens and more. This is especially true in Bergen-Lafayette. While we don’t quite have the infrastructure and shiny things, our advantage is that almost everywhere can be beautified and refurbished. All that it takes is someone that cares, a little funding and a lot of elbow grease.
While several of New Jersey’s northern cities are experiencing a revitalization not seen in a generation, the trickle-out effect into the suburbs has also started to pick up some steam. Earlier this week, a new boutique community called The Green at Bloomfield opened up in Bloomfield.