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Corner Loft at Coveted Sugar House Hits Market for First Time Ever

In a stunning fusion of waterfront living and expansive accommodations, this sprawling 2 bedroom, 2 bath property in the coveted Sugar House community is on the market for the first time ever. With sweeping views of New York City, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and Liberty State Park, this 2,000 square foot is truly a spectacular property.
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These 10 Interactive Photos Show How Much Jersey City has Changed in 8 Years

With unprecedented population growth, an influx of new shops and eateries, and endless construction, there’s no doubt Jersey City is changing quickly. These 10 slides show what a difference 8 years has made to Jersey City.
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Monopoly Madness!

Over the past week, the story on how a Monopoly-themed mural at the tip of the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza wound up officially painted over, has materialized into a public discussion. Commission, censorship, hypersensitivity, freedom of expression in art, and corporate sponsorship are now the charged pieces at the center of the game board.
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Appreciate the Appreciation: Bergen-Lafayette Home Prices Trend Ever Higher

As Manhattan continues to push outward, any area that has an easy commute into the city is fast becoming developed. With less than a 40-minute door-to-door commute into the Financial District, Bergen-Lafayette is primed for a real estate boom.
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Passive House Part 4: It’s All About Windows

When it comes to energy efficiency, large windows don’t typically come to mind. Windows are one of the weakest areas of the average home. So how do you reconcile energy efficiency with the desire to have large windows when planning a passive project? Let’s find out.

Going, Going, Gone…Baker Building Touts 80% Leased in 3 Months, Full Occupancy Expected by...

Less than three months after the official ribbon cutting, the Baker Building is nearly 80% leased. The 83-unit rental building in Lafayette, a neighborhood largely skipped over by developers over the last two decades, the project was a beacon of the area’s revitalization. Considering the robust leasing activity, it seems Point Capital Development struck the right chord.
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Jersey News: Dining in Fort Lee, Renters Flee Manhattan, Jersey City’s Top Restaurants, More

Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, Bayonne residents disappointed by City Council's approval of redevelopment plan, renters flee Manhattan for Bergen County, best Jersey City restaurants, and more.
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Development on Former Puccini’s Site Gains Approval

Jersey City’s west side has another approved development in the works, one that will replace both a beloved local restaurant and a relic of the city’s industrial age with new construction for the 21st century.
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Ridgewood’s Poskanzer Skott Architects Designs LeFrak’s Embankment House

Poskanzer Skott Architects’ design for Embankment House enhances the architectural diversity that defines Jersey City’s Hamilton Park. Situated on an old railroad embankment that fronts 10th Street, the 163-unit multifamily development’s new construction complements the neighborhood while preserving a bit of local history.
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New Listing for Tender Shoot Space Asks $22,000 a Month

A few weeks ago when we announced Tender Shoot Farm will be closing, there was speculation about a massive rent hike driving the owners out. Now, a new listing has come up for the prime retail space. The 4,800 square foot space spans two levels and is asking $22,000 a month.