A restaurant overlay zone has been proposed for Bergen-Lafayette that hopes to spur retail development along one of the areas most neglected corridors.
Concierge Confidential is our new column where we talk with concierges to get the low down on what goes on in luxury buildings around the city. These folks work the front lines and often know the intimate details of their residents.
A building that formerly housed a waterfront restaurant with spectacular river views will soon be reimagined into a new event and eatery space, a welcome development that will fix up one of the few remaining Hurricane Sandy-damaged structures along Hudson county’s coastline.
Coldwell Banker Jersey City is officially up and running at their new home on the Newark Ave Pedestrian Mall. They celebrated the move yesterday with a ribbon cutting attended by Mayor Steven Fulop as well as officials from NRT, Coldwell Banker’s parent company.
Jersey City’s western expansion is showing no signs of slowing down, with the city’s Lafayette neighborhood the latest to reap the rewards of revitalization.
A reader sent us a tip that the popular NYC healthy lunch chain, Just Salad, is coming to Newport.
Just last week, Jersey City’s planning board approved three new towers for Journal Square. With these approvals, it’s becoming more and more evident that Journal Square is on track to become the next development hot spot outside of Downtown.
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.
Jersey City. Home of Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, Exchange Place, Journal Square, waterfront views of the NYC Skyline, birthplace of Martha Stewart, and now home of the HARBORSIDE CRAFT BREW FEST!
For all of its history, Jersey City has been a conduit for transport between NYC and the rest of the country. Over time, the logistics of transportation has changed leaving artifacts of a bygone era all over the city. Now the long forgotten Bergen Arches are the subject of a proposed community-based redevelopment project led by local residents and activists.