Many New Jersey farmers are making the transition to vineyard owners, but what makes the New Jersey wine environment and economics so amenable to wine grape production?
If you’re ready to Assess, Review, and Complete (ARC) all your property needs, Cristo and the team at ARC Property Management are just a phone call away.
With over 18 years of real estate experience in Downtown Jersey City, Irene Barnaby of Compass leads the way in representing buyers, sellers, developers, and investors.
Living in Hoboken vs. living in Jersey City - the "best mid-size city in America" or a smaller community feel? We break down two of New Jersey’s most historic cities.
Bloomfield’s Watsessing neighborhood boasts a midtown-direct train, a light rail station, and access to a highway, but has only recently caught the eye of developers.
East Orange once had a reputation as one of the wealthiest suburbs until it fell on hard times. Now, one of its neighborhoods is attracting young professionals who are rehabbing 19th-century row houses.
Ahavas Sholom is Newark's longest operating synagogue. But the pandemic nearly robbed them of that honor.
The visionary behind Manhattan's Central Park left hIs mark all over Newark. This spring, Branch Brook Park is hosting a series of events to celebrate his 200th anniversary.
With a slew of new restaurants, cafés, and possibly a movie studio, a historic crossroads in West Orange is beginning to feel like a proper neighborhood.
The one-square-mile Roseville neighborhood in Newark is currently a little rough around the edges but there is something intense about the nostalgia that old-timers have for it.
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