A new pool and ping pong facility has quietly opened on the third floor of an uptown industrial building.
Hoboken will now attempt to negotiate the purchase of the waterfront property from NY Waterway, who wish to build a refueling, maintenance, and repair facility at the site.
On Hoboken's west side, away from the busy waterfront, iconic businesses and old brownstones mingle with new high rises.
A seafood and raw bar coming to one of the Mile Square City’s most famous corners has officially been given a moniker and new images give locals a glimpse into what’s coming to the property.
The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties.
The 6,000-square-foot, four-level property sports a contemporary look and features an indoor pool, four outdoor terraces, and a multi-car garage.
The franchise will be opening later this year and has a deal in place to bring three more spots to New Jersey by 2023.
An analysis from Rent.com determined Jersey City to have the highest average monthly rent in the country with neighboring Hoboken also ranking high on their list.
Almost three full blocks are being transformed into the largest green space in Hoboken featuring a great lawn, central fountain, sports fields, and more.
Alessio's Café is setting up shop inside a Jersey City Heights space and will also be opening a new spot inside a new park later this year.