The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties.
The project, which is adaptively reusing an old Wonder Bread factory into 83 condominiums and retail space, looks to deliver their first homes during the middle of 2021.
Unit 4C is a spacious two-bed, two-bath condo, totaling 1,137 square feet at boutique elevator building 108 Monroe Street.
A company that's looking to open a competing dispensary claims Harmony Foundation is circumventing local cannabis regulations and argues the city abused its discretion by approving the plans.
Frank's Place at 415 Monroe Street features spacious three- and four-bedroom residences with inspired modern finishes and resident amenities. Only three of the seven units remain.
A Hoboken building that has stood for decades could undergo a restoration and vertical extension that would add almost 2,400-square feet of retail to the property.
The Colorado-based company is moving forward with a proposal that would convert a former bank branch into a medicinal pot shop just a block from the PATH station.
Chefs at the hands-on cooking school will be offering five-course dinners complete with live music from a Hoboken rooftop space.
Residence Two is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath duplex, totaling 2,793 square feet complete with private roof deck and every other imaginable amenity.
Following a court ruling, Advance Realty has been cleared to bring a mixed-use project to a corner of Adams Street that includes 3,000-square feet of space for Big Brothers Big Sisters.