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Jersey News: Hoboken is a Happening Place, Revel to Reopen, a New Chapter for...

Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Newark cleans up its act, Revel in Atlantic City set to reopen, Wall Street Journal visits Hoboken, increased ridership on PATH creates problems, and more.
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Development on Hoboken’s Jefferson Street Breaks Out

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.
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Thor Equities Acquires Historic Bank Building in Hoboken

Thor Equities announced yesterday its purchase of the historic “The Up-town Bank” building at 1400 Washington Street in Hoboken.
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Retail Roundup, Hoboken: Hawaiian, Crepes and a Tavern Returns

Hoboken’s storefronts don’t seem to stay vacate for long these days and some of them will soon be filled with a wide variety of new establishments, along with the return of an old favorite.
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Jersey News: Wyclef Jean & Plain White T’s to Headline Hoboken Oysterfest, American Dream...

Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, American Dream Project is too big to fail, Hoboken Oysterfest brings Wyclef Jean and Plain White T's, a new state program helps to preserve historic buildings, and more.
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Trader Joe’s Officially Announces Timeline for Hoboken Store

In a press release yesterday, Trader Joe’s officially announced its plans to open in Hoboken. It will be located in Harlow Hoboken at the southwest corner of Willow Ave. and 14th St. and will be approximately 11,700 square feet. With the announcement came a rough timeline for the new store.
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Hoboken Continues Its Parking Overhaul

Despite Hoboken’s revitalization over the years, there always seems to be one common complaint about the city from both residents and visitors alike: parking. The lack of available spaces to park on the street, along with somewhat confusing signage, has been a gripe for several decades. But by the end of this year, Hoboken should be close to finishing an overhaul of their street parking system that officials hope betters the situation.
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Jersey News: Trump Taj Mahal to close, Newark’s art scene, Wal-Mart courting Hoboken-based Jet.com,...

Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, Trump Taj Mahal announces it's closing, a guide to Newark's art scene, Wal-mart in talks to buy Jet.com, a Jersey City librarian's giant postcard collection, and more.
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Big Spaces Coming to 722 Jefferson Street

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.
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Jersey News: Dining in Fort Lee, Renters Flee Manhattan, Jersey City’s Top Restaurants, More

Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, Bayonne residents disappointed by City Council's approval of redevelopment plan, renters flee Manhattan for Bergen County, best Jersey City restaurants, and more.