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Retail Roundup: Roflcopter Toys & Gifts, Frankie Bar & Eatery, Mathew’s Food & Drink

Jersey City Upfront is hot on the trail of all the new shops and restaurants coming to Downtown Jersey City. Here’s a quick roundup.
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65 Newkirk Street to Begin Construction in Coming Weeks

Another Journal Square project is breaking ground. This time at 65 Newkirk Street where Titanium Realty Group is preparing to begin construction.
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Hilltop 1880’s Brick Rowhouse Just Listed for $799k

Nestled on a quiet residential street in Jersey City’s Hilltop neighborhood, 21 Magnolia is a charming 1880’s brick rowhouse. Its recent updates and two-family configuration make this the perfect home for those looking for supplemental rental income.
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Jersey City & Margules Properties: Perfect Together

NYC-based Margules Properties closed last week on yet another property in Jersey City, this one at 2800 Kennedy Boulevard, further adding to their already significant holdings in Journal Square.
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Warren at Bay Hopes to Attract Premier Tech Companies to Jersey City

Back in February, we reported that the KABR Group and Kushner Companies had closed on the purchase of Warren at Bay. Now after a recent tour, we have a few more details on the vision for the project.
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Grove Pointe Condo Hits the Auction Block – Bidding Starts at $275k

Get your bidder number ready! An auction just launched today for a 2-bedroom unit in Grove Pointe. With bidding starting at $275k, this is a great opportunity for those able to act quickly.
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For Sale: 130-Unit Fully Approved Development Site at 110 Tonnelle Ave

“Go west, young man, go west.” Ok, so maybe John Babsone Lane Soule wasn’t talking about Jersey City but the saying is certainly applicable...
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The Highline has Nothing on Jersey City’s New Pedestrian Bridge

Rising from the abandoned ruins of the Pennsylvania Railway Embankment in Downtown Jersey City, the Liberty Bridge would extend up and over the Hudson River and into Lower Manhattan.
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Condos Proposed for the St Aloysius Convent Near Lincoln Park

Last night, developer Frank Peraza presented his proposal for the redevelopment of the St Aloysius convent. The plan comes in two phases with the...
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What’s in Store for Pepboys After This Weekend’s #DemolitionExhibition?

The plaza where the (now vacant) Pep Boys store is located is about to undergo a major redevelopment. The suburban feel of the area,...

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