Next Saturday, October 15th will be the first ever Harborside Craft Brew Fest. Take in the magnificent New York City skyline in all its glory while enjoying over 150 styles of craft beer, delicious food, and great music. Prices increase next week so get your tickets now.
On October 8th, the Cast Iron Lofts II will spotlight works from some of Jersey City’s local mural artists in a pop-up gallery. The celebration of local mural artists will be part of the 26th Annual Jersey City Art and Studio Tour (JCAST), "the largest annual cultural event in the Hudson County City."
If you've ever dreamed of having a rope swing hanging from the rafters in your living room, then you are in luck. This storied penthouse in downtown Jersey City not only boasts a swing, but also a sound-proof music studio that once hosted the likes of Queen Latifah, the Pet Shop Boys, Bruce Springsteen and New Order.
Ideally located in Jersey City's historic Powerhouse Arts District, this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath penthouse rental is absolutely stunning. With an open loft layout and a lengthy private terrace, this home is worth a look.
With more Downtown JC residents moving to Bergen-Lafayette, the need has increased for local spots to eat. Here are our top three picks that provide yummy bites without having to leave the neighborhood.
Towering over Jersey City’s Hilltop neighborhood, the Hudson County Courthouse is a building many locals hope they never have to enter. But the hulking Beaux-Arts structure isn’t just home to plaintiffs and defendants; it’s a reminder of the city’s past and a symbol of what can happen when historical preservation is done right.
Next week, serial restaurateur Mat Kopec will open his third Jersey City outpost in the former La Conguita space on Grove Street. Sad as it was to see La Conguita go, the neighborhood couldn’t have asked for a more worthy replacement.
Modera Lofts, formerly the 110-year-old Butler Brothers warehouse is an ambitious 366-unit loft building in the Power House Arts District. Appealing in its industrial-chicness, the building features a cavernous lobby, exposed brick, and raised beams. Standing amongst shiny high-rises, Modera stands out by its application of adaptive reuse.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Mayor Fulop won't run for governor, reval process to start in Jersey City, Newark to get NJ's first safe haven for chronically homeless, and more.
The Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association has officially begun selling tickets to Jersey City's 1st ever House Tour. We've got a sneak peak at a few of the homes on the tour.