While 902 Brewing Company is awaiting state approval to open a planned tap room in Hoboken, they’ll soon be pouring their beers at another local brewer’s facility that just celebrated a milestone of their own.
A half-block of underutilized structures near one of Hoboken’s most prominent landmarks will soon be home to family-friendly condominiums for homebuyers and should also free-up some street parking spaces for nearby residents.
A meeting that had higher than usual turnout saw Hoboken’s City Council unanimously vote down a legal settlement that would have ended multiple development-related lawsuits.
A single-story building in Hoboken that previously housed a Domino's Pizza is slated for development.
Just listed, this two-bedroom, two-bath corner apartment in Maxwell Place is covered in windows, perfect for enjoying its spectacular views.
Officials have touted big plans for Hoboken’s major transit hub that so far haven’t materialized, but that may change next year.
Officials are discussing the expansion of Hudson Bike Share into Jersey City and CitiBike into Hoboken and want to know where residents would like to see stations added.
The Monroe Street property where Ol’ Blue Eyes was born could be redeveloped into condominiums under a new plan.
In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
The Mile Square City could possibly be designated Hudson County’s next Special Improvement District.