Atir Development Weehawken Approved Rendering

Hartz Mountain’s 259-Unit Development in Weehawken Approved

New renderings and details have emerged about the company’s mixed-use project for a two-acre parcel along the Hoboken border that was finally greenlit after months of meetings.
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Mack-Cali Could Obtain Another Liquor License in Weehawken

Another Hudson County liquor license could be transferred to one of the region’s largest real estate companies.
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Liquor License Transfer Suggests a Restaurant is Coming to Weehawken’s RiverHouse 11

A company associated with Mack-Cali’s Roseland Residential Trust and a business known as Butcher and Baker is planning to transfer a liquor license to RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial.
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Weehawken Hears New Proposal from Hartz Mountain

The township’s planning board is holding two hearings this week to discuss a 14-story residential development that’s being pitched for Lincoln Harbor.
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Construction Underway on 282-Unit Weehawken Condominium Project

The Weehawken 1800 complex is being constructed at Port Imperial by a company based in Beijing. The property was acquired last year for nearly $48 million.
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48-Unit Development Could Come to Hackensack Plank Road in Weehawken

A five-story project is planned in Weehawken across the street from the limits of Union City.
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14 Story Tower Proposed In Lincoln Harbor Weehawken

Hartz Mountain Proposes 14-Story Development at Weehawken’s Lincoln Harbor

After a previous proposal to bring an 18-story development to Lincoln Harbor was denied, Hartz Mountain Industries is expected to seek approval tonight for a 14-story project in Weehawken.
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Hartz Mountain Sues Weehawken Over Land Use Ordinance

The developer of Lincoln Harbor is taking the town to court over an ordinance they claim retroactively limits building heights and adds public parking requirements to a redevelopment agreement.
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Highest And Lowest New Jersey Rents

These Are The Most Expensive, Cheapest Places to Rent in NJ

Several cities along the Hudson River are pricey for renters, but a few (relative) bargains can be found throughout the Garden State.
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1928 Former Bank Building in Weehawken to Become Craft and Food Market

“The arts community has really moved into this area,” Mayor Turner said. “There are small-time artists, painters. If they get 15 by 10 feet of space, they can use it for a boutique. We could have food stores, a sandwich place.”

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