Six years after opening along Washington Street in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood, Satis Bistro held a grand opening celebration for its new outpost at 289 Glenwood Avenue in Bloomfield last month.
While several of New Jersey’s northern cities are experiencing a revitalization not seen in a generation, the trickle-out effect into the suburbs has also started to pick up some steam. Earlier this week, a new boutique community called The Green at Bloomfield opened up in Bloomfield.
Essex County has long been known for its houses, and rich history as an urban escape that’s commutable but quieter than Hudson County and Manhattan. Just down the road from populated Montclair, Bloomfield is getting a reboot.
The franchise will be serving the chain’s new menu but will stick to the delicious basics of burgers grilled to order and milkshakes plus french fries, tater tots, and onion rings.
Downtown Bloomfield's ongoing revival continues with the approval of a large-scale mixed-use project at 26 Farrand Street.
A complex with over 150 townhouses, a clubhouse, and a pool is being proposed near a Bloomfield NJ Transit station.
An undeveloped lot across from one of Bloomfield’s two train stations could soon see major changes.
Bloomfield’s downtown has seen plenty of development over the last decade. Now, another new complex could bring over 200 apartments and stores to the Essex County community.
Two dozen apartments and retail space could come to the former PNC Bank building at 59 Dodd Street near the Watsessing Avenue rail station.
A railway company that owns an abandoned rail line between Jersey City and Montclair wants to sell the property to the Open Space Institute in order to create a linear park.