The owner behind bwè kafe is opening a unique dining option that fills a void in the Mile Square City.
Southern California style with New York City views, this former creative director's home in Montclair is straight out of a magazine.
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A developer wanted to tear down a church in The Heights in order to build condos, but the zoning board would not grant the necessary variances.
Providing a host of free services including pro-bono legal work to Hudson County residents, The Waterfront Project seeks to raise money and also honor their partnerships.
As the neighborhood continues to add residents, a new Asian dining option is coming soon to Newark Avenue’s western portion.
A developer is seeking to tear down an industrial facility on the West Side in order to build a residential project. The proposal will be heard by the planning board tonight at City Hall at 5:30 p.m.
On the 23rd floor with a terrace and sweeping views, this two-bedroom, two-bath condo is everything you need in Downtown Jersey City.