JCRA Seeks Proposals to Market and Broker the Sale of Five Condos at 311 Washington in Jersey City

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is seeking real estate marketing and brokerage services for five condominiums it owns at 311 Washington Street in Jersey City.

The Lofts at Union Mills Unveils One-Of-A-Kind Flex Spaces Adaptable to Nearly Any Business

A former textile mill in Union City has been transformed into a multi-use business hub offering one-of-a-kind spaces suitable to many business types.

Hudson County Hunger Project: They’ve Got You.

Jersey City restaurants and volunteers organized as fast as you can say bon appetit to feed the community’s seniors affected by Coronavirus social distancing.

Coffee and Retail Shop ‘The Hive’ to Replace Longtime Hoboken Butcher

The closing of Trulio’s Meat Market last year left a big gap in the streetscape of Park Avenue, but a new business is slated to open later this year following a gut renovation at the property.

Developer Plans Nearly 300 Market-Rate Units on Jersey City’s West Side

A 295-unit complex with a pool and rooftop amenity area could come near O'Abbey's Corner at the corner of Mallory Avenue and Fisk Street in Jersey City.

Duplex Unit in Charming Bloomfield Street Brownstone For Sale, Hoboken

The three-bed, two-bath home offers plenty of space and charm plus a private backyard.

Pakistani-Forward Eatery Laree Adda Arrives in Jersey City

A Grove Street restaurant that’s been in business for a decade has rebranded, reopened for take-out and delivery, and are providing meals to a local hospital with customers’ help.

Hydroponic Farm, Farmers Market, and Apartments Planned for Newark’s West Ward

Newark’s municipal government is expected to sell three properties to a local non-profit organization in order to develop a complex with a farmers market and more.

Dos Toros Taqueria Plans to Open Florham Park Location This Summer

Dos Toros Taqueria's first New Jersey restaurant will be located in Morris County.

42-Unit Development Proposed for Property in Bound Brook

Plans for a new 42-unit development near a Somerset County train station are expected to be heard during a virtual meeting this week.

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

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.

Could Redevelopment Come to Newark’s Seth Boyden Terrace Site?

The Newark Housing Authority says it “has begun identifying potential commercial and residential developer partners” for a former public housing property near Weequahic Park.

Mack-Cali Could Obtain Another Liquor License in Weehawken

Another Hudson County liquor license could be transferred to one of the region’s largest real estate companies.

Textile Training Center Planned Near Newark’s Springfield Avenue Marketplace

The City of Newark is expected to sell a property on Jones Street to an organization that would develop a textile training facility.

Jersey City Zoning Board to Hear 28-Unit Development Proposal During Virtual Meeting

A new six-story project could bring 28 units to Jordan Avenue.
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Coffee and Retail Shop ‘The Hive’ to Replace Longtime Hoboken Butcher

The closing of Trulio’s Meat Market last year left a big gap in the streetscape of Park Avenue, but a new business is slated to open later this year following a gut renovation at the property.

Developer Plans Nearly 300 Market-Rate Units on Jersey City’s West Side

A 295-unit complex with a pool and rooftop amenity area could come near O'Abbey's Corner at the corner of Mallory Avenue and Fisk Street in Jersey City.

Duplex Unit in Charming Bloomfield Street Brownstone For Sale, Hoboken

The three-bed, two-bath home offers plenty of space and charm plus a private backyard.

Pakistani-Forward Eatery Laree Adda Arrives in Jersey City

A Grove Street restaurant that’s been in business for a decade has rebranded, reopened for take-out and delivery, and are providing meals to a local hospital with customers’ help.

Hydroponic Farm, Farmers Market, and Apartments Planned for Newark’s West Ward

Newark’s municipal government is expected to sell three properties to a local non-profit organization in order to develop a complex with a farmers market and more.
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Dos Toros Taqueria Plans to Open Florham Park Location This Summer

Dos Toros Taqueria's first New Jersey restaurant will be located in Morris County.

42-Unit Development Proposed for Property in Bound Brook

Plans for a new 42-unit development near a Somerset County train station are expected to be heard during a virtual meeting this week.

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

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.

Could Redevelopment Come to Newark’s Seth Boyden Terrace Site?

The Newark Housing Authority says it “has begun identifying potential commercial and residential developer partners” for a former public housing property near Weequahic Park.

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Duplex Unit in Charming Bloomfield Street Brownstone For Sale, Hoboken

The three-bed, two-bath home offers plenty of space and charm plus a private backyard.

Remodeled and Charming Single-Family Townhouse with Terrace For Sale Near Hamilton Park

334.5 8th Street is a six-bed, three-bath home on the corner of Monmouth Street, offering modern luxury and original charm.

JCRA Seeks Proposals to Market and Broker the Sale of Five Condos at 311 Washington in Jersey City

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is seeking real estate marketing and brokerage services for five condominiums it owns at 311 Washington Street in Jersey City.

The Lofts at Union Mills Unveils One-Of-A-Kind Flex Spaces Adaptable to Nearly Any Business

A former textile mill in Union City has been transformed into a multi-use business hub offering one-of-a-kind spaces suitable to many business types.

Spectacular Three-Story Townhouse with Garage and Roof Deck For Sale, Bergen-Lafayette

721 Garfield Avenue offers 1,700 square feet across three floors and luxe urban perks for the discerning buyer in Jersey City.

Surreal Drone Video Shows an Empty Journal Square Amid Pandemic

A new drone video captures Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood as a virtual ghost town.

75 Park Lane Delivers Manhattan-Level Luxury to Discerning Buyers in Jersey City

Closings and initial occupancy have begun at 75 Park Lane, of Park and Shore in Newport, wooing buyers with unparalleled design, amenities, and New York City views.

Uptown Hoboken is an Extension of Luxury Living at 1425 Hudson Street

Only the exquisitely appointed residences and hotel-style amenities can rival the dynamic neighborhood and all there is to eat, drink, see, and do.

Mack-Cali Could Obtain Another Liquor License in Weehawken

Another Hudson County liquor license could be transferred to one of the region’s largest real estate companies.

Textile Training Center Planned Near Newark’s Springfield Avenue Marketplace

The City of Newark is expected to sell a property on Jones Street to an organization that would develop a textile training facility.

Jersey City Zoning Board to Hear 28-Unit Development Proposal During Virtual Meeting

A new six-story project could bring 28 units to Jordan Avenue.

New Details Revealed About Nine-Story $79M Elizabeth Development Proposal

More than a year and a half ago, Jersey Digs broke the news of plans to bring a 300-unit complex near Elizabeth’s main train station. Now, we have learned new information about the project, including that a tax abatement has been approved.
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Waterfront Garages, Downtown Block Could Be Hoboken’s Newest Rehabilitation Areas

The City Council will be voting tonight on a resolution that would declare almost five acres of prime real estate as ripe for possible redevelopment.

Construction Starts on Mary McLeod Bethune Park in Jersey City

A project that’s stirred some controversy will see the existing Fulton Street Park demolished in favor of new green space along nearby Martin Luther King Jr. Drive that will feature a canopied stage, playgrounds, and more.

Harrison Yards’ Second Phase Could Include Hotel and Nearly 900 Units

New details have been released about the second phase of a development near Harrison’s PATH station.

Revamped 305 Coles Street Proposal Heads to Jersey City’s Planning Board

A fresh plan for the vacant property includes 511 apartments spread out over two buildings connected by a breezeway that would overlook a new pedestrian plaza and retail.

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Developer Plans Nearly 300 Market-Rate Units on Jersey City’s West Side

A 295-unit complex with a pool and rooftop amenity area could come near O'Abbey's Corner at the corner of Mallory Avenue and Fisk Street in Jersey City.

Coffee and Retail Shop ‘The Hive’ to Replace Longtime Hoboken Butcher

The closing of Trulio’s Meat Market last year left a big gap in the streetscape of Park Avenue, but a new business is slated to open later this year following a gut renovation at the property.

Dos Toros Taqueria Plans to Open Florham Park Location This Summer

Dos Toros Taqueria's first New Jersey restaurant will be located in Morris County.

Duplex Unit in Charming Bloomfield Street Brownstone For Sale, Hoboken

The three-bed, two-bath home offers plenty of space and charm plus a private backyard.

Hydroponic Farm, Farmers Market, and Apartments Planned for Newark’s West Ward

Newark’s municipal government is expected to sell three properties to a local non-profit organization in order to develop a complex with a farmers market and more.

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