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For Renters at 90 Columbus, It’s Like a Vacation All Year Long

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Blu Alehouse Coming to Weehawken’s Harbor Boulevard

Our reporting of the upscale sports bar’s possible arrival at Lincoln Harbor has proven to be correct, as permits have been posted and construction has begun.

New Designation Calls for Mecca to Drop Bates Street Redevelopment Lawsuit

A dispute involving whether a Jersey City property owner has the right to redevelop his own property appears to have reached a resolution.

Hoboken’s La Bouche Café Opening Washington Street Location

The cozy European-inspired spot is expanding their breakfast, lunch, and brunch options to Hoboken's main drag.

Lawsuit Hopes to Repeal Downtown Jersey City’s Chain Store Ban

The owner of TelCo Lofts has taken the city to court over a 2015 ordinance that bans formula businesses in a large portion of Downtown’s neighborhoods, which the mayor is now looking to roll back.

Asbury Park Battles to Stay Affordable During Resurgence

As the city becomes attractive to developers, several battles are being waged in hopes of keeping the community inclusive, including attempts to expand affordable housing.

VIA Lofts Offers Conscious Luxe Condos in Hoboken’s Hip North End

Located in northwest Hoboken at 1410 Grand Street, the new boutique building’s eco-friendly luxury condos are already 50% sold.

City of Trenton Could Sell 109-Year-Old Former School to Developer

The old William G. Cook Elementary School currently sits empty in Trenton’s Wilbur Section. Now, City Hall is looking to sell the building to a development firm.

As We Predicted, Pizza Vita Shuts Down Palisade Avenue Outpost Following Sale

The pizzeria, open for just over a year, stopped serving customers earlier this week and said they have sold the business to a “fantastic restauranteur.”

Newark’s ‘View at Lincoln Park’ Project Could Finally Be Approved

The proposed 15-unit building across from Lincoln Park in Newark has been in the works for close to two years.

Letter: As a Community, Let’s Find a Responsible Solution For 107 New York Ave

Real estate is what makes cities thrive, but when does it become too much? A reader and long-time Jersey City Heights resident weighs in on the outcry surrounding 107 New York Avenue.

Eight Apartments Could Come to Narrow Jersey City Lot

A small tract on Johnston Avenue in Bergen-Lafayette is where a developer is seeking to construct a new five-story building.

DomoDomo Kitchen Makes It Official in Jersey City’s Urby

The Bib Gourmand-awarded NYC restaurant has confirmed its expansion across the Hudson River and just announced details and a timeline for opening its doors.

#Baonanas Aims for Early Summer Debut on Monticello Avenue

The dessert company has started work at their first brick and mortar outpost in Jersey City’s West Side neighborhood.

Revamped Proposal at 830 Park Avenue in Hoboken Moves Forward

New plans for eight units and seven parking spaces have been unveiled for a peculiar group of lots in Hoboken.

HBO Prepares to Film ‘The Plot Against America’ on Jersey City’s MLK Drive

The network is planning to film at a Jersey City storefront as part of an upcoming series.
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For Renters at 90 Columbus, It’s Like a Vacation All Year Long

90 Columbus’ combo of location and amenities proves to be the secret to healthy leasing activity.

Blu Alehouse Coming to Weehawken’s Harbor Boulevard

Our reporting of the upscale sports bar’s possible arrival at Lincoln Harbor has proven to be correct, as permits have been posted and construction has begun.

New Designation Calls for Mecca to Drop Bates Street Redevelopment Lawsuit

A dispute involving whether a Jersey City property owner has the right to redevelop his own property appears to have reached a resolution.

Hoboken’s La Bouche Café Opening Washington Street Location

The cozy European-inspired spot is expanding their breakfast, lunch, and brunch options to Hoboken's main drag.

Lawsuit Hopes to Repeal Downtown Jersey City’s Chain Store Ban

The owner of TelCo Lofts has taken the city to court over a 2015 ordinance that bans formula businesses in a large portion of Downtown’s neighborhoods, which the mayor is now looking to roll back.

Asbury Park Battles to Stay Affordable During Resurgence

As the city becomes attractive to developers, several battles are being waged in hopes of keeping the community inclusive, including attempts to expand affordable housing.

VIA Lofts Offers Conscious Luxe Condos in Hoboken’s Hip North End

Located in northwest Hoboken at 1410 Grand Street, the new boutique building’s eco-friendly luxury condos are already 50% sold.

City of Trenton Could Sell 109-Year-Old Former School to Developer

The old William G. Cook Elementary School currently sits empty in Trenton’s Wilbur Section. Now, City Hall is looking to sell the building to a development firm.

As We Predicted, Pizza Vita Shuts Down Palisade Avenue Outpost Following Sale

The pizzeria, open for just over a year, stopped serving customers earlier this week and said they have sold the business to a “fantastic restauranteur.”

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For Renters at 90 Columbus, It’s Like a Vacation All Year Long

90 Columbus’ combo of location and amenities proves to be the secret to healthy leasing activity.

VIA Lofts Offers Conscious Luxe Condos in Hoboken’s Hip North End

Located in northwest Hoboken at 1410 Grand Street, the new boutique building’s eco-friendly luxury condos are already 50% sold.

Palisade Square in the Heights Launched Sales Earlier This Year and Buyers Have Quickly Responded

Strong demand has led sales at the new construction luxury condominium building which is expected to be move-in ready by mid-June.

Crystal Point Penthouse with Two Private Terraces Hits the Market

Jaw-dropping views and over 700 sq.ft. of private outdoor space await at the penthouse of Downtown Jersey City’s finest residential building.

Singular Sugar House Loft For Sale in Downtown Jersey City

A rare two-bed, two-bath residence, totaling 1,850 square feet, offers outdoor space and Hudson River views.

The Exquisite Townhome Collection at Edgewater’s Glass House has Arrived

Attend the grand opening on Saturday, April 6, for a tour of the new townhomes and exclusive incentives.

Shore House Releases Stunning Residence Photos Ahead of April Opening

Sneak a peek at the nouveau industrial aesthetic and see it for yourself at the grand opening on April 7.

Solaris Lofts Slated for May Opening in a Neighborhood that Needs No Introduction

Slated to commence leasing in May, Solaris Lofts is sure to be a brilliant new addition to the Lafayette neighborhood.

Newark’s ‘View at Lincoln Park’ Project Could Finally Be Approved

The proposed 15-unit building across from Lincoln Park in Newark has been in the works for close to two years.

Letter: As a Community, Let’s Find a Responsible Solution For 107 New York Ave

Real estate is what makes cities thrive, but when does it become too much? A reader and long-time Jersey City Heights resident weighs in on the outcry surrounding 107 New York Avenue.

Eight Apartments Could Come to Narrow Jersey City Lot

A small tract on Johnston Avenue in Bergen-Lafayette is where a developer is seeking to construct a new five-story building.

DomoDomo Kitchen Makes It Official in Jersey City’s Urby

The Bib Gourmand-awarded NYC restaurant has confirmed its expansion across the Hudson River and just announced details and a timeline for opening its doors.

#Baonanas Aims for Early Summer Debut on Monticello Avenue

The dessert company has started work at their first brick and mortar outpost in Jersey City’s West Side neighborhood.

Revamped Proposal at 830 Park Avenue in Hoboken Moves Forward

New plans for eight units and seven parking spaces have been unveiled for a peculiar group of lots in Hoboken.

HBO Prepares to Film ‘The Plot Against America’ on Jersey City’s MLK Drive

The network is planning to film at a Jersey City storefront as part of an upcoming series.

Palisade Square in the Heights Launched Sales Earlier This Year and Buyers Have Quickly Responded

Strong demand has led sales at the new construction luxury condominium building which is expected to be move-in ready by mid-June.

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As We Predicted, Pizza Vita Shuts Down Palisade Avenue Outpost Following Sale

The pizzeria, open for just over a year, stopped serving customers earlier this week and said they have sold the business to a “fantastic restauranteur.”

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The Bib Gourmand-awarded NYC restaurant has confirmed its expansion across the Hudson River and just announced details and a timeline for opening its doors.

New Designation Calls for Mecca to Drop Bates Street Redevelopment Lawsuit

A dispute involving whether a Jersey City property owner has the right to redevelop his own property appears to have reached a resolution.

Hoboken’s La Bouche Café Opening Washington Street Location

The cozy European-inspired spot is expanding their breakfast, lunch, and brunch options to Hoboken's main drag.

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Real estate is what makes cities thrive, but when does it become too much? A reader and long-time Jersey City Heights resident weighs in on the outcry surrounding 107 New York Avenue.

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Real estate is what makes cities thrive, but when does it become too much? A reader and long-time Jersey City Heights resident weighs in on the outcry surrounding 107 New York Avenue.

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