The founders of Rising Tide Capital, two Harvard grads, were recently featured in Forbes as some of the nation's "most promising social entrepreneurs”. Last week, they received one of the Manhattan Institute’s awards for Social Entrepreneurship. Here are two of their success stories.
The Community Music Residency is a brand new initiative designed to bring classical musicians to larger, residential buildings with an exchange of rehearsal space for exclusive performances.
A new study by personal finance website smartasset has ranked Jersey City as the most livable city in the US.
Last week, Jersey City’s Council unanimously approved changes to the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan that they hope will facilitate a new arts district behind the Loew’s Theater.
The Bethesda Baptist Church has stood at 158-162 Mercer Street for over 120 years. However, a three-alarm fire tore through the structure in 2007, leaving the building vacant and abandoned for close to a decade. Now developers are planning to convert the structure into condos.
After years of mainly rental development, Jersey City’s condo projects are finally coming back to life. Two new projects broke ground yesterday in the Newport section of Jersey City.
Since opening their doors in March, Nest Seekers has made a giant splash in the New Jersey market. Not only are they breaking records in Hudson County, but the company is now pushing its way northward into some of New Jersey’s most premier neighborhoods. We got an inside look at some of their trophy listings.
A Dutch architect, Frank van Dillen came up with an amazing solution to care for dementia sufferers called De Hogeweyk, or Dementia Village. In effect, it is a small village, complete with streets, gardens, stores, restaurants, theaters, and more - all staffed by trained care professionals. Could this concept work in Jersey City?
Tails On Trails LLC, the popular Jersey City pet care service, offers more than tender love and care for the many cats and dogs of Downtown. It’s a high-functioning enterprise both technologically and personally, providing security and fun for both furry friends and their owners.
This week, City Council will vote on an ordinance that would facilitate the development of a brand new restaurant row on Jersey City’s West Side Avenue.