Hoboken-based Chartier Redevelopment Group is a local builder who has embraced sustainable construction practices on their projects. They've also done advisory work on many LEED Certified buildings in Hudson County and are currently consulting on the WonderLofts rehabilitation project.
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A mixed-use development that’s a stone’s throw away from several other projects in Hoboken’s northwest area should see completion sometime early next year, another sign that the city’s residential growth is officially moving full speed ahead.
A new block-long rental building in Hoboken’s emerging northwest is slated to start leasing in the Fall, an opening that will help fill a development gap in the neighborhood that has existed for years.
In April, rapper and reality TV star, Ray J opened up a new business venture Raytroniks in Los Angeles. Now, Ray J is bringing the concept to the East Coast, opening up their first retail location in Hoboken.
Crain's New York reports that accounting firm Ernst & Young (now EY) is in negotiations to relocate a large portion of their Time Square office to Hoboken. Sources close to the company say the firm is eyeing 121 River Street in Hoboken.
Several businesses are in the works and slated to pop up all around Hoboken in the coming months and while most of them will be new to the city, a popular café will also be having a much-welcomed homecoming.
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With an Access Hollywood hosting job beckoning in California later this summer, Today Show co-anchor Natalie Morales has listed her uptown Hoboken brownstone for sale, a home that has historic charm but also features many modern flashes.