A Bergen County developer is seeking to bring 14 units to a residential West New York, New Jersey neighborhood.
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.
The expansion will double the number of bicycles the program has available throughout Hudson County, adding 36 new stations for users to pick up a ride.
A developer is looking to bring 18 units to this growing Hudson County town. The proposal will be heard tonight at West New York's Town Hall.
Livingston-based Tuli Realty has purchased almost 500 apartments throughout NJ including the Golden Peak Portfolio from Dixon Advisory for $65 million.
At Nine on the Hudson, on track for a 2018 completion, future residents will find one-of-a-kind lifestyle amenities along with some of the best views of NYC.
Luxury boutique condo building 6401 Park offers a five-year tax abatement and is already 50% sold.
Echevarria Industries is planning the 133-unit “E Residences on the Hudson” project in West New York.
The resort-like Nine on the Hudson in Port Imperial offers buyers a unique tax abatement program that keeps more cash in homeowners’ pockets for the next twenty years.
5005 Bergenline Avenue, located in West New York, NJ, was sold for $1.325M.