Pure Properties presents a meticulously crafted green building offering a level of energy efficiency and owner customization that's unprecedented in Hoboken new condominium construction.
This recently renovated brick and brownstone townhome on one of Hoboken's best blocks recently hit the market. With its chic, modern design and a bonus top floor rental unit, the property is hard to pass over at $1,650,000.
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Nestled along the picturesque, tree-lined Bloomfield Street in Hoboken, this spacious, turn-of-the-century, two-family brownstone has hit the market for $3,200,000. Originally built in 1895, the property underwent extensive renovations and restorations in 2005. Let’s take a look inside.
Imagine coming home from a long day and jumping in your own private (dry & wet) sauna. Or maybe a Jacuzzi tub is more your style. Either way, you’re covered in this sprawling, 2,430 square foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath penthouse condo at 1100 Clinton Street in Hoboken.
This nearly 22’ wide brownstone sat vacant and boarded up for over 40 years. Now, following 18 months of construction, the gorgeously restored property is on the market. Take a look inside this trophy home.
Weekend Walks is our weekend column where we explore the photographic beauty of various neighborhoods through the lenses of history, architecture and commerce. For this weekend’s walk, we took a stroll through Downtown Hoboken.
A new farm-to-table restaurant and a revamped goods and coffee shop both opened in downtown Hoboken last week, but that’s not all that’s coming to what is the city’s busiest corridor.
This impeccable Hoboken jewel was thoughtfully designed by award winning local architect John Nastasi of Nastasi Architects. Unique and singular, this custom architectural masterpiece channels the design principles of Frank Lloyd Wright. Let's take a look inside this truly spectacular home.
Parking garages are a nuisance. They’re costly to build, unsightly, and occupy prime real estate. Developers would love to reduce parking requirements to free up space for more units or more amenities. But the community isn’t having it. Well, this company thinks they've solved the parking problem.
Shiny high rises and renovated brownstones will do a lot to put an urban neighborhood on the radar, but the heart of every city...
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