Hoboken is set to welcome another public art project that should emerge in the coming days.
The expansion will double the number of bicycles the program has available throughout Hudson County, adding 36 new stations for users to pick up a ride.
A unique music instruction business will be opening soon in Hoboken.
No street on Hoboken’s west side is a bigger poster child for both the city’s growth and how it’s growing than Jefferson Street, where there are a whopping eleven projects either underway or finishing up in just an eight-block stretch.
When Toll Brothers completes their final Hudson Tea and Maxwell Place buildings, it will mark somewhat of a milestone for Hoboken. Besides a parcel that the city owns on the waterfront there will be no significant land left to develop east of Park Avenue.
The Monroe Street property where Ol’ Blue Eyes was born could be redeveloped into condominiums under a new plan.
The ownership behind Hoboken Golf is renovating the third story of a warehouse into a pool hall and recreation space.
An upstate New York farm is bringing over two months’ worth of veggies down to a Hoboken culinary school in the form of a weekly CSA, marking their first foray into the Hudson County marketplace.
A vacant plot and two older Hoboken buildings could soon be replaced with a modern development that includes an affordable housing component and flood mitigation efforts.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, an interview with James Caulfield of Fields Development, developers embracing art, Bell Works attracting tech cos, saving the strip mall, and more.