Another Hudson County liquor license could be transferred to one of the region’s largest real estate companies.
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.
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 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.
A five-story project is planned in Weehawken across the street from the limits of Union City.
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.
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.
Several cities along the Hudson River are pricey for renters, but a few (relative) bargains can be found throughout the Garden State.
“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.”
The Weehawken side of Park Avenue is getting a new bagel and coffee shop that plans to deliver.