Union City Sues to Block 675-Unit Development in Hoboken
Union City is taking Hoboken to court to stop a three-building project, claiming officials are misrepresenting the development’s height and engaging in a “quid pro quo” by accepting community givebacks.
Condo Conversions Are Made Easy With Local Expert Michelle Mumoli
Condominium conversions are increasingly popular among owners and investors, however, the process can be daunting. Working with an expert like Michelle Mumoli helps avoid delays, headaches, and extra expenses.
Lawsuit Claims Hoboken and Union City are Conspiring to Block Approved Development
Pegasus Partners alleges that Hoboken’s mayor is making false statements and reneging on an agreement over building height objections raised by Union City officials.
A Gem of a Two-Family Property with Plenty of Private Outdoor Space For Sale,...
Each unit boasts a private balcony and the property includes a private courtyard with limitless potential.
Proposed Law Would Limit Building Height Along N.J.’s Hudson Waterfront
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.
Two North Hudson Multi-Family Deals Finalized for $90 Million
Livingston-based Tuli Realty has purchased almost 500 apartments throughout NJ including the Golden Peak Portfolio from Dixon Advisory for $65 million.
NYC’s MamaSushi Bringing Their Asian-Latino Fusion to Union City
An Inwood-based restaurant that has recently expanded into New Jersey will be opening the latest outpost inside of a large Park Avenue property that includes both backyard and rooftop seating.
Improvements Planned for Union City’s 24th Street Park
Changes could soon be coming to 24th Street Park in Union City, which is also known as Peru Park. The proposed modifications include a new sprayground.
Property Owners File Suit Against Union City Over Rent, Eviction Freezes
A non-profit made up of local property owners are challenging two ordinances halting rent increases and tenant evictions amid COVID-19, claiming the new laws violate their civil rights.
The Lofts at Union Mills Unveils One-Of-A-Kind Flex Spaces Adaptable to Nearly Any Business
A former textile mill in Union City has been transformed into a multi-use business hub offering one-of-a-kind spaces suitable to many business types.