Pure Properties, in partnership with Dixon Leasing, has hit the ground running thanks to the stunning gut renovation at 609 Willow Avenue, now listed at $3,795,000. Recently featured on the annual Hoboken House Tour, this showplace pairs historic bones with top-notch modern amenities.
Emerging Markets Signal Potential Opportunity as Pure Properties Debut ‘South Hudson County Quarterly Report’
Pure Properties has confirmed their status as one of the area’s top-tier agencies with the release of their South Hudson County Quarterly Report — the first of its kind in New Jersey. The report provides detailed insights into each southern Hudson County sub-market.
As Jersey City’s popularity continues to grow, more and more businesses are setting their sights on the city. High-end burger chain Zinburger is opening in Newport Mall, Cava Grill which LA Magazine dubbed "the fast-casual restaurant of the future" announced a new location, and more.
Jersey News: Nuclear Meltdown at the Port Authority, More Delays for Jersey City Reval, Developers Bribe Passaic Mayor, More
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, the Port Authority is a disaster, PATH workers paid to sleep on the job, more delays with Jersey City's reval, best ethnic food neighborhoods in NJ, and more.
World-renowned celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson has signed on to open up a restaurant in one of downtown Newark’s most prominent buildings, adding another feather in the cap to both the city’s revitalization and to a historic landmark that’s undergoing a thorough restoration.
Some homes deteriorate over time, however, others only get better with age. This is one of those. After more than 150 years, this home in the Heights section of Jersey City is an immaculately preserved time capsule. All thanks to decades of stellar maintenance and loving ownership.
The U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s largest publicly-traded real estate company has just purchased a majority stake in one of Hoboken’s most modern office buildings, proving that the age-old wisdom of “location, location, location” hasn’t changed much.