Jersey City Airbnb Ban Vote

Letter to Editor: No, More Airbnb Regulations Won’t Solve Jersey City’s Woes

Regardless if you are in favor or against short-term rentals, be informed before you vote, because neither the short-term rentals platforms nor the hotel industry have your best interest in mind.
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Exchange Physical Therapy Jaclyn Fulop 133 Monroe Street Hoboken

Exchange Physical Therapy Opens Hoboken Office, Plans to Expand Further

Exchange Physical Therapy – a Jersey City-based chain of physical therapy offices owned by Jaclyn Fulop (wife of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop) – recently expanded to a new location in Hoboken.
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Electric Scooters Hoboken

Following Complaints, Hoboken Hires Two ‘Micromobility’ Officers to Enforce Scooter Safety

Hoboken residents have complained on social media about people riding on sidewalks, riding two to a scooter, and allowing kids to ride. Now, the city has hired two 'micromobility officers' to enforce safety.
Food Truck Fight Jersey City

Jersey City Suspends Food Truck Fees, Will Re-Work Ordinance

A new rule that would charge food trucks up to $200 a day to operate on certain Downtown streets has been suspended for now as officials have vowed to revamp the policy following community pushback.
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Southwest Park 111 Paterson Avenue Hoboken 1

Hoboken Files Eminent Domain Action to Expand Southwest Park

Hoboken just took a big step towards acquiring a parking lot that they wish to convert into open space.
union dry dock

Hoboken Authorizes Use of Eminent Domain for Union Dry Dock

Hoboken will now attempt to negotiate the purchase of the waterfront property from NY Waterway, who wish to build a refueling, maintenance, and repair facility at the site.
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Clinton Place Demarest Street Preschool Newark

Maher Foundation Plans Large New Preschool in Newark’s South Ward

The Morris County-based foundation has applied to build a new preschool with 16 classrooms between Hawthorne and Nye Avenues in Newark’s South Ward. The property was previously expected to contain a new campus for University High School.
Van Sciver Building 160 South Broad Street Trenton Development

New Details on Van Sciver Project in Trenton Show 120 Units, Restaurant, and Fitness...

New information has been released about the proposed redevelopment project at the site of Trenton’s Van Sciver Building that we reported on last week.
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Downtown Jersey City Entertainment Licenses Ordiance

New Proposal Hopes to Restrict Downtown Jersey City Nightlife

While two ordinances designed to curb the “night-club driven entertainment district” along Newark Avenue didn’t move forward, an informal committee will now meet to discuss possible changes.
Van Sciver Building 160 South Broad Street Trenton Development

State-Owned Van Sciver Building in Trenton Could Become Site of 120-Unit Complex

The State of New Jersey sold the former Mill Hill Processing Center near in Trenton for $800,000. The new owner is now planning apartments and retail space.

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