In case you needed more proof that Hudson County is becoming “the 6th borough,” the state Economic Development Authority has approved bringing 1,383 new jobs to Jersey City and Hoboken, with 1,271 positions being relocated from New York.
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.
A former restaurant space next to the main train station in South Orange could be converted into a coworking space called Work Mozaic.
The trend of coworking is growing in Newark. A coworking center has announced plans to open in the Ironbound neighborhood.
1 Harmon Plaza, which is home to The Jersey Journal’s newsroom, has new owners.
The owner of Harborside in Jersey City is looking to acquire another liquor license for the property.
Whole Foods Market Parsippany will open in early November, offering customers complimentary treats and giveaways.
On January 16th, Ernst & Young LLP announced the opening of a new office in southern Hoboken.
The major financial firm, which has corporate offices on both sides of the Hudson, is planning to operate its own ferry across the river.
From the 'Cake Boss' bakery to a 1950s cheesesteak restaurant, the city of Hoboken has begun a campaign to recognize its 25 oldest businesses.