The firm has already begun renovating the Hoboken terra-cotta property, which sits a block from the Hudson River and is fully leased.
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.
In a press release yesterday, Trader Joe’s officially announced its plans to open in Hoboken. It will be located in Harlow Hoboken at the southwest corner of Willow Ave. and 14th St. and will be approximately 11,700 square feet. With the announcement came a rough timeline for the new store.
With the Thanksgiving season officially upon us, Hoboken residents will have plenty of opportunities to give back to the community and can also look forward to the return of some great local traditions.
If you’re looking for a home perfect for entertaining and walking distance of the PATH, right in the heart of Hoboken, mark your calendar for Thursday, March 9th at 6 pm. That’s when the contemporary townhome at 309 Bloomfield Street hosts a twilight open house.
An Aussie-lifestyle inspired café is set to open sometime after July 4th in one of the city’s newest buildings.
A project that was rejected by Hoboken’s Zoning Board earlier this year has been granted preliminary approvals, and a unique two-story storefront will be adding to the streetscape.
Opening later this week in Hoboken is Sugarsuckle, a custom dessert shop that will also offer baking workshops.
Hoboken is the first municipality to launch its own dedicated task force to address homelessness.
A resort-style collection of amenities makes the most of the outdoors.