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.
At last night’s city council meeting, Hoboken’s elected officials quickly approved funding for the revitalization of Washington Street, quite literally paving the way for relief to one of the city’s most pothole-ridden roads.
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.
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.
Hoboken’s city council took what should be their final step towards creating a new park near the city’s southwest border last week, indicating that the end might finally be near for a project that has traveled down a long and winding road.
Now’s your chance to live like a celebrity at a 5-star hotel. For the first time in over 7 years, a one-bedroom residence at the W Hotel in Hoboken has hit the market.
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.
On June 4th, a unique farmers’ market that’s raising money to fix up a Gothic-style church starts its second season, with the group behind it looking to improve upon last year’s positive results.
Two developers are looking to add significant residences and storefront spaces to Hoboken’s central core, which could potentially create a new retail corridor in the geographic middle of the city.