Rise And Grow Indoor Playground Secaucus

Rise and Grow Indoor Playground Opening Next Year in Secaucus

The 8,750-square-foot space for kids is slated to open early Spring 2019.
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541 River Road Restaurant Opportunity Edgewater

Joe’s Crab Shack Closes After Just Six Months in Edgewater

Joe’s Crab Shack in Edgewater has closed, less than a year after opening.
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Lidl 80 New Bridge Road Bergenfield

Lidl Plans to Expand Into Bergen County

The German grocer, which is about to open locations in Union and Monmouth Counties, has now acquired a site in Bergenfield.
One Harmon Plaza Sold Secaucus

Secaucus Office Building Sells for Almost $35M

1 Harmon Plaza, which is home to The Jersey Journal’s newsroom, has new owners.
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Newark Avenue Downtown Jersey City

Jersey City Tops Airbnb Destinations in NJ

The state’s fastest growing city has the most short-term rentals available on the market.
Pseg Plaza Park Place Newark

Prudential Buys Downtown Newark’s PSEG Plaza for $10M

A Newark-based insurance company bought a plaza in Downtown Newark from the state’s largest utility.
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Millennials Are Still Leaving New Jersey, Study Finds

A new report reveals that the Garden State’s younger residents are indeed fleeing, a trend that could have substantial consequences for the business and real estate climate.
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Citigroup Plans Private Ferry Service Between Jersey City and NYC

The major financial firm, which has corporate offices on both sides of the Hudson, is planning to operate its own ferry across the river.
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569 577 Broad Street For Sale Newark 3

Two Downtown Newark Properties Could Soon Have New Owners

569 and 571-577 Broad Street are located in the heart of Downtown Newark and are possible locations for new development.
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E*Trade Could Bring 250 Jobs to Jersey City From the Philippines

New Jersey approved tax credits for the online investing company that could help bring over 250 customer services positions to the state’s second largest city.