A stretch of three acres along the town’s waterfront will see construction of three pools and a multi-purpose pavilion, which officials hope to open in 2019.
Two new Weehawken waterfront communities bring the proximity and majesty of Manhattan into view and provide a chic urban/suburban lifestyle along New Jersey's Gold Coast.
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.
The ultimate in high-end luxury condo living on the Hudson River waterfront will be ready for move-in soon.
Plans have been revealed for a massive expansion of a mixed-use development complex along Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken. The complex will include hundreds of new residential units, a hotel, and a grocery store.
Last week, Weehawken Mayor Richard F. Turner joined Lennar, one of the nations largest home builders, to cut the ceremonial ribbon on 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, a boutique collection of luxury condominiums.
The luxury condos as part of the Port Imperial community offer residents a wealth of private and public outdoor amenities along the Hudson River waterfront.
Despite more bad weather days than expected, the three-tower project in Lincoln Harbor topped out ahead of schedule.
A Union City-based company is taking the township’s zoning board to court after they were allegedly “arbitrary” in rejecting their scaled-back 10-unit proposal.
“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.”