Even more development is in store for West New York’s share of Port Imperial where multiple new residential buildings could rise.
A mixed-use development with 282 residences is being planned on almost four acres of waterfront property and $61 million in financing has been obtained towards funding the project’s approvals.
Two chefs with decades of experience have teamed up to bring coal-fired entrees, shareable small plates, and handcrafted cocktails to a modern restaurant that additionally sports an in-house bakery and café.
Jersey Digs has obtained new documents describing a $133 million plan to bring a 302-unit building to one of the last remaining undeveloped waterfront properties in Weehawken.
A proposal to bring 300 apartments and a parking garage near Weehawken Waterfront Park could go before the Weehawken Planning Board this week.
Weehawken luxury developments Henley on Hudson and 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, totaling 304 units, are nearly sold out.
New Jersey Gold Coast convenience extends northward to the luxury residential community of Port Imperial.
Port Imperial might not be a city per se, but it encompasses everything a city is and strives to be: a great place to visit and a great place to live.
A stretch of three acres along the town’s waterfront will see construction of three pools and a multi-purpose pavilion, which officials hope to open in 2019.
The dramatic transformation of Port Imperial is adding another piece to its puzzle with Avora, a new project from Landsea Homes that broke ground and opened up their sales gallery late last week.