The hospitality industry has taken a huge hit during the pandemic, but a few feel-good stories have emerged and lots of restaurants are staying open for pick-up and delivery.
On Hoboken's west side, away from the busy waterfront, iconic businesses and old brownstones mingle with new high rises.
Artist Kristin DeAngelis talked recently about why she closed her three-year-old art gallery in The Heights, 107 Bowers Gallery, and what she'd like to see in that space.
Peloton Interactive, known for its indoor workout bikes and other fitness equipment, recently leased a distribution and fulfillment warehouse in Carteret.
A coastal-themed apparel and home goods store called Dune + Salt has opened in Hoboken.
Jersey City Transforms Four Shipping Containers into Entrepreneurial Offices Known As ‘Container Village’
The City of Jersey City has transformed four shipping containers in a Bergen-Lafayette parking lot into storefronts for small businesses and artists, a “micro-entrepreneurial venture” that they’ve dubbed “Container Village.”
Exchange Physical Therapy – a Jersey City-based chain of physical therapy offices owned by Jaclyn Fulop (wife of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop) – recently expanded to a new location in Hoboken.
The Joint, a chain of chiropractor practices that don't require insurance, recently opened a new office in downtown Jersey City.
A Camden-based graphic design and marketing firm recently gained a spot on Inc. Magazine’s prestigious “5000 list" of the fastest growing companies in the country.
Whole Foods Market Parsippany will open in early November, offering customers complimentary treats and giveaways.