Two hotels will be built atop a new parking garage directly across from the New York Waterway terminal in Weehawken.
1200 Avenue at Port Imperial and its nearby neighbor Henley on Hudson both perfectly encapsulate all of the things that make life on the Weehawken waterfront unique, special, and worthwhile.
The designer models showcase the livability, wow factor, and city views of the homes through 1,000+ square feet of living space.
With a finished basement and a fenced-in backyard, this duplex home at 64 Hauxhurst Avenue in Weehawken combines a prime location with lots of living space.
The Acme location on Park Avenue in Weehawken is expected to close in October just a few years after it opened.
Jersey Digs has obtained new documents describing a $133 million plan to bring a 302-unit building to one of the last remaining undeveloped waterfront properties in Weehawken.
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.
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.
The new store will add another amenity to the company’s massive mixed-use Lincoln Harbor development.
The massive 1890 Weehawken mansion in King Bluff, a neighborhood steeped in American history, just got a hefty price cut.