A wine and burger chain that has spent the last few years expanding throughout New Jersey has announced that they will be shutting down all but three of their Garden State locations.
PropertyShark has released their annual rankings of the priciest zip codes in the country and three New Jersey towns have ranked.
Today and next Tuesday, the Port Authority will convene to get feedback about and discuss their largest ever $32.2 billion proposed 2017-2026 Capital Plan. One topic up for discussion is the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport.
Monmouth Park has the inside track on taking the first sports bets in New Jersey, but several other facilities could be up and running within the next few months.
The five most expensive zip codes for leasing a home fall in cities along the Hudson River coastline, but a few popular suburban towns aren’t too far behind.
Mosque-goers in downtown Newark are caught in a messy legal battle with its board of trustees who allegedly tried to sell their historic house of worship in a backroom deal.
Toll Brothers, America’s luxury home builder, has a variety of fast move-in opportunities for home buyers looking for exceptional homes throughout Bergen and Morris Counties.
Remains of the Thomas Edison’s New Jersey operations can still be seen across the state.
In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
A taxation issue that has chronically plagued the Garden State hasn’t improved, and new numbers show the problem persists in several other northeast states too.