Food Street Pakistani Restaurant Secaucus 1

Food Street, a New Pakistani Restaurant, Opens in Secaucus

The ownership behind one of the tri-state area’s most popular Pakistani restaurants have launched new eatery Food Street in Secaucus.
Carnegie Diner Secaucus

NYC’s Carnegie Diner & Café Set to Launch Secaucus Location

Carnegie Diner & Café has expanded west from their Manhattan outpost and is bringing their decadent milkshakes, diverse eats, and full bar to Secaucus.
The Franklin Secaucus

Jersey City’s The Franklin Opens New Outpost in Secaucus

Jersey City Heights restaurant the Franklin has expanded to a second location in Secaucus while adding a cocktail menu.
Burlington Opens Mill Creek Harmon Meadow Secaucus

Burlington Opens at Mill Creek at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus

Burlington Stores has opened in a big box retail space at Mill Creek at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus, New Jersey.
1631 Paterson Plank Road Secaucus Sold

Cleveland-Based Company Pays $3M for Secaucus Development Site

1631 Paterson Plank Road, which was the subject of a 116-unit development application last year, is now owned by a company based in Ohio.
Xchange At Secaucus Junction

New Details Revealed About Proposed 25-Story Secaucus Tower

The proposed high-rise at XChange at Secaucus Junction could be approved by the Secaucus Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Xchange Secaucus High Rise Planned Brianna Lane

25-Story Development Proposed Near Secaucus Junction

A new plan calls for building 403 new units at the XChange at Secaucus Junction complex.
Comfort Inn & Suites 82 County Avenue Secaucus

New Comfort Inn Hotel Planned Near Secaucus Junction

A new hotel with over 70 rooms could be built near the Secaucus Junction train station.
Poke Bros

Asian Fusion Chain Poke Bros. to Open in Secaucus this Fall

Hawaiian-style, fast-casual sushi in a bowl coming soon to The Plaza at Harmon Meadow.
1631 Paterson Plank Road Secaucus

116-Unit Riverside Inclusionary Development Planned for Secaucus

A developer wants to bring a project with over 100 apartments to an industrial site by the Hackensack River in Secaucus.