After almost a year of regulatory back and forth, the planning board has finally given a Secaucus-based company the green light to open in a building near the city’s PATH station.
A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.
The fully renovated, four-story brownstone features two expansive condominium residences, each with private outdoor space, in the heart of Midtown Hoboken.
CoolVines, which operates wine stores in Jersey City and Newark, is now seeking to expand into Hoboken.
The two-decade run of Nag’s Head Pub will be yielding to a new endeavor run by locals set to feature outdoor space and a focus on craft beers and specialty cocktails.
Natalie Miniard brings nearly 20 years of real estate experience and a group of top tier agents to Triplemint's Hudson County headquarters in Hoboken.
Situated at 901 Bloomfield Street, The Raphael is six, expansive, two- and three-bedroom residences boasting original elements and every luxe amenity.
The seafood market and popular eatery, which closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, will be renovating a larger property into a two-floor facility that includes a backyard dining area.
505 Bloomfield Street is comprised of one duplex unit and two one-bedroom apartments and endless possibilities for the discerning buyer.
The specialty coffeehouse, a staple in Southern California, will be opening their first New Jersey location in the Mile Square City.