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Award-Winning Toll Brothers Expands Luxury Communities to Bergen County, New Jersey

The nation's leading home builder has developed a variety of communities with luxury and proximity to New York City in common.

95,000 Square Feet of Resort-Style Amenities Now Open at Vermella Union

Vermella Union’s 95,000 square feet of resort-caliber amenities are now open, guaranteeing an unparalleled level of luxury for residents.

More Than 100 Units Could Come to North Bergen Parcel

A multi-family development is being proposed near 62nd Street in North Bergen, but a development company is not listed as the project applicant.

Vegan Restaurant Rosita’s Yah Opens Near Journal Square

Healthy eats have officially come to Academy Street, as the co-owner of one of the more prominent vegan eateries in New York City has opened her first restaurant west of the Hudson River.

Lawsuit Claims Jersey City’s Board of Education Referendum is Illegal

A local educator is taking the city to court looking to toss an upcoming public ballot question about switching to an appointed school board in place of the currently elected one.

Imperiled Newark School Holds Key to Lost Chapter in City History

The Newark-based Hanini Group has purchased the 19th century school and only time will tell if the historic structure will be preserved.

Mixed-Use Development at 401 Jackson Street Rises in Hoboken

The six-story project will add 43 apartments and a large restaurant space along Jackson Street in Hoboken.

EXCLUSIVE: Renderings Revealed, Timeline Announced for Journal Square Urby

Ironstate Development won approvals to build the 25-story tower last year, which is set to rise on a parking lot near Jersey City’s westernmost PATH station.

Fields Development Group Planning New Hotel in Hoboken

The company is looking to bring a 14-story development to several parcels near the Jersey City border, which would be the first hotel built away from the Mile Square City’s waterfront.

Discounts on Tap During Curry Up Now’s Grand Opening in Hoboken

The first 100 guests will get some free goodies and all meals at the restaurant will be 50% off during the official kickoff on February 25.

Jersey City Approves Two-Tower, 524-Unit Development at 414 Hoboken Avenue

An ambitious project including over 6,000 square feet of retail space, offices, and a public plaza was recently green lit by the city’s planning board.

Just Listed: Three-Bedroom With Parking in One of Jersey City’s Hottest Areas

This modern home also boasts beautiful details and outdoor space.

Miller’s Ale House Plans Location Along Route 22 in Watchung

Miller’s Ale House, which currently has close to 100 locations around the country, is preparing to open its fifth New Jersey restaurant.

Bodega Bagels Coming to Newark Avenue in Jersey City

A storefront across from the city’s courthouse has undergone a gut renovation and hopes to start serving New York-style bagels very soon.
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More Than 100 Units Could Come to North Bergen Parcel

A multi-family development is being proposed near 62nd Street in North Bergen, but a development company is not listed as the project applicant.

Vegan Restaurant Rosita’s Yah Opens Near Journal Square

Healthy eats have officially come to Academy Street, as the co-owner of one of the more prominent vegan eateries in New York City has opened her first restaurant west of the Hudson River.

Lawsuit Claims Jersey City’s Board of Education Referendum is Illegal

A local educator is taking the city to court looking to toss an upcoming public ballot question about switching to an appointed school board in place of the currently elected one.

Imperiled Newark School Holds Key to Lost Chapter in City History

The Newark-based Hanini Group has purchased the 19th century school and only time will tell if the historic structure will be preserved.

Mixed-Use Development at 401 Jackson Street Rises in Hoboken

The six-story project will add 43 apartments and a large restaurant space along Jackson Street in Hoboken.
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EXCLUSIVE: Renderings Revealed, Timeline Announced for Journal Square Urby

Ironstate Development won approvals to build the 25-story tower last year, which is set to rise on a parking lot near Jersey City’s westernmost PATH station.

Fields Development Group Planning New Hotel in Hoboken

The company is looking to bring a 14-story development to several parcels near the Jersey City border, which would be the first hotel built away from the Mile Square City’s waterfront.

Discounts on Tap During Curry Up Now’s Grand Opening in Hoboken

The first 100 guests will get some free goodies and all meals at the restaurant will be 50% off during the official kickoff on February 25.

Jersey City Approves Two-Tower, 524-Unit Development at 414 Hoboken Avenue

An ambitious project including over 6,000 square feet of retail space, offices, and a public plaza was recently green lit by the city’s planning board.

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Just Listed: Three-Bedroom With Parking in One of Jersey City’s Hottest Areas

This modern home also boasts beautiful details and outdoor space.

The Baxter Brings Bespoke Boutique Condo Living to The Heights

Just seven custom units will be available at The Baxter, a new condominium project in the heart of The Heights.

For Sale: Sophisticated Two-Bed Condo is a Chic Retreat in Hoboken

Located at 78 Jackson Street in Arthur's Court, the two-bed, two-bath has a cozy fireplace and a private terrace.

Award-Winning Toll Brothers Expands Luxury Communities to Bergen County, New Jersey

The nation's leading home builder has developed a variety of communities with luxury and proximity to New York City in common.

95,000 Square Feet of Resort-Style Amenities Now Open at Vermella Union

Vermella Union’s 95,000 square feet of resort-caliber amenities are now open, guaranteeing an unparalleled level of luxury for residents.

1000 Maxwell Place is More Than Just a Luxe Hoboken Address

1000 Maxwell Place quantifies luxury living, offering residents 1,000 reasons to live here, and implicitly asks you to find yours.

Brand New Boutique Condo Building is a Beautiful Addition to the Heart of Marion, JC

936-938 Pavonia Avenue offers a variety of spacious floor plans with exquisite finishes, parking, and outdoor space in select residences.

Location is at the Heart of 10 Provost Street’s Amenities in Jersey City

The Powerhouse Arts District address tops the amenity list at this luxury Downtown Jersey City condo building.

Just Listed: Three-Bedroom With Parking in One of Jersey City’s Hottest Areas

This modern home also boasts beautiful details and outdoor space.

Miller’s Ale House Plans Location Along Route 22 in Watchung

Miller’s Ale House, which currently has close to 100 locations around the country, is preparing to open its fifth New Jersey restaurant.

Bodega Bagels Coming to Newark Avenue in Jersey City

A storefront across from the city’s courthouse has undergone a gut renovation and hopes to start serving New York-style bagels very soon.

40-Story High-Rise Proposed for Newark’s Lower Broadway Neighborhood

A project with 484 units and commercial space has been proposed for seven properties near Clay Street and McCarter Highway in Newark.
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Falafel Station Opens Just Off Journal Square in Jersey City

The newest eatery along Kennedy Boulevard serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine with a few international twists.

Hoboken Set to Host Tribeca Film Festival Events

The popular cultural event will be expanding across the Hudson River for their 19th year, as the Mile Square City’s north end will be accommodating parts of the festival.

Building with Nearly 20 Units may Replace Garage on Communipaw Avenue, Jersey City

The owner of the five properties that make up 668-676 Communipaw Avenue wants permission to build a five-story building at the site.

Scaled Back 107 New York Avenue Project Heads to Jersey City’s Zoning Board

Redeveloping a warehouse in The Heights has been the source of much community debate over the last year and a scaled back, 75-unit proposal could move forward early next month.

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Hoboken Set to Host Tribeca Film Festival Events

The popular cultural event will be expanding across the Hudson River for their 19th year, as the Mile Square City’s north end will be accommodating parts of the festival.

Falafel Station Opens Just Off Journal Square in Jersey City

The newest eatery along Kennedy Boulevard serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine with a few international twists.

Newark Zoning Board to Hear Plans for 35-Unit North Ward Project

A four-story building is being proposed for one of the northernmost properties in Newark.

Imperiled Newark School Holds Key to Lost Chapter in City History

The Newark-based Hanini Group has purchased the 19th century school and only time will tell if the historic structure will be preserved.

Scaled Back 107 New York Avenue Project Heads to Jersey City’s Zoning Board

Redeveloping a warehouse in The Heights has been the source of much community debate over the last year and a scaled back, 75-unit proposal could move forward early next month.

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Zinburger Sues Garden State Plaza Over Mall Renovation That Created a ‘Ghost Town’

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