It’s Not Just Single-Family Demand Surging, COVID-Flight Drove Record Interest to These N.J. Communities
Most headlines about the COVID migration have focused on city-dwellers ditching apartments for single-family homes. However, there’s also been a surge in activity at lower-density, commuter-friendly communities.
A new development project could bring close to a hundred units near the Bergenline Avenue corridor.
Miles from ordinary, but only an 8-minute ferry from midtown: buyers respond to value opportunity in this new construction gem.
Echevarria Industries is planning the 133-unit “E Residences on the Hudson” project in West New York.
Livingston-based Tuli Realty has purchased almost 500 apartments throughout NJ including the Golden Peak Portfolio from Dixon Advisory for $65 million.
The Town of West New York sold the old Hudson Hall Community Center building for more than $2 million to a developer. Now, the new 35-unit development that has been created at the site could receive a five-year tax exemption.
Several cities along the Hudson River are pricey for renters, but a few (relative) bargains can be found throughout the Garden State.
Nine months after Jersey Digs first reported that two 14-story towers could be coming to West New York, the municipality’s Board of Commissioners could approve the sale of the properties in question to a developer and give the company a 30-year tax abatement.
Duplex homes start at $1.098M and have access to the full collection of world-class amenities at Nine on the Hudson in West New York.
Jersey Digs has learned new information about a proposed 97-unit building that could be constructed along Bergenline Avenue in West New York.