Plans are moving forward for what would be one of the tallest developments constructed in northern Hudson County in recent years, which could add hundreds of residents to Union City.
The owners of Hoboken’s ‘The Cuban’ are bringing tapas-style dining to a multi-level space on Park Avenue.
With Jersey City and Hoboken real estate prices reaching record highs, Union City is seeing ever increasing interest from real estate developers. Here's a round-up of some of the projects in the works for the northern neighbor.
Union City can't escape the development surge other Hudson County cities are experiencing. A slate of new projects will bring numerous residential units along with new retail spaces to the city.
Inspired by crisp lines and easy simplicity, this condo in St. Michael's Walk is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath retreat that reflects the merging of architecture and imagination. Nestled in a park-like setting with classic brick pathways and shared BBQ areas, this home is enclosed in a private gated community.
Under new ownership, the Silk Mill Lofts complex in Union City will see a multi-million dollar capital improvement project that hopes to further establish the complex as an urban arts center.
The rise of Airbnb and other short-term rental sites is a hot topic in many cities around the country, but regulations on the relatively new trend can be confusing for people trying to figure out if listing their apartment on the service is lawful.
Hoboken-based Chartier Redevelopment Group is a local builder who has embraced sustainable construction practices on their projects. They've also done advisory work on many LEED Certified buildings in Hudson County and are currently consulting on the WonderLofts rehabilitation project.
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If the competitiveness of downtown Jersey City’s condo market is too much to bear, there are still great deals to be had just a bit north in Union City. For about the same price as a small one bedroom in downtown JC, you can get a sprawling party pad with envious views of Manhattan and Jersey City.