Curbed has hopped the river to cover a renovation project at Waldo Lofts in the Powerhouse Arts District. The piece chronicles Regina and Billy Mariano's move from the Upper West Side to Jersey City.
Take a step back in time with this two-family on the sought after Ogden Avenue in the Heights. Without any major updates since at least the 1960’s the property embodies bygone days.
In another sign that Jersey City development continues to push further into neighborhoods outside of Downtown, the Planning Board recently approved a new project at 420-424 Whiton Street in the Lafayette neighborhood.
For anyone who has walked down Montgomery Street on the way to Van Vorst Park, you've likely noticed a stand-alone carriage house tucked in behind two neighboring buildings. Now's your chance to own this iconic home.
City Council just approved a 25-year tax abatement for Journal Square Lofts. The adaptive reuse project will restore a 100-year-old building into 40 loft style apartments.
As it turns out, you can have it all! This Liberty Harbor townhome combines the benefits of a private home with the perks of an amenity condo. Not to mention its 5 full floors of living space accessed by your own private elevator.
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.
Another Journal Square project is breaking ground. This time at 65 Newkirk Street where Titanium Realty Group is preparing to begin construction.
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.
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.