The owners of the former Brooklyn antique shop have confirmed that they will open a store in Essex County.
One of the neighborhood’s more prominent buildings is getting a re-work that includes large ground-floor storefronts with potential outdoor seating.
The owner of TelCo Lofts has taken the city to court over a 2015 ordinance that bans formula businesses in a large portion of Downtown’s neighborhoods, which the mayor is now looking to roll back.
The Acme location on Park Avenue in Weehawken is expected to close in October just a few years after it opened.
The closing of Trulio’s Meat Market last year left a big gap in the streetscape of Park Avenue, but a new business is slated to open later this year following a gut renovation at the property.
We first became suspicious when the store’s shelves started emptying about a month ago. Just yesterday we spoke to a source who confirmed they will be closing in August due to a massive rent increase.
Mack-Cali is making major capital investments along the waterfront in the retail, commercial, residential, and public spaces to create a “pedestrian-friendly urban landscape at the water’s edge” and a real “live work play” neighborhood.
The eatery, owned by three born-and-raised Hoboken sisters, has signed on to expand their business in space that’s close to the neighborhood’s PATH station.
The discount German grocery store has confirmed to Jersey Digs that it will open another Essex County location.
New renderings show that major changes could be on the way at one of the largest shopping plazas in the Essex County suburbs.