High atop Zephyr Lofts is a luxurious two-bedroom penthouse that boasts a truly remarkable outdoor space.
The NYC-based restaurant is crossing the Hudson River and has begun building out their eatery.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, an interview with James Caulfield of Fields Development, developers embracing art, Bell Works attracting tech cos, saving the strip mall, and more.
This boutique condo building is comprised of two lofts for sale, complete with private outdoor space and the pleasure of local favorite Prato Bakery on the ground floor.
A controversial vote by the City Council to help SciTech Scity move forward has cleared one of the hurdles in the way of the massive project.
The company had initially planned a 10-story rental building at the half-acre parcel but is changing course just months after completing a high-rise on land across the street.
A six-story building at the edge of Journal Square will increase the density on High Street.
Three-bedroom, two-bath, impeccably renovated row house at 28 Jones Street includes original details, laundry, and a backyard.
Developers behind New Jersey’s new tallest building released drone footage showing off the new vantage point.
A seafood eatery along Downtown’s Bay Street will be hosting live music throughout the day along with signature drink specials and a “buck a shuck special.”