Hoboken is slated to acquire almost three acres of property they hope to turn into parks as part of an agreement with a developer, who in exchange will be given a new deal for a 14-story project along Observer Highway.
Myron Mixon, a bestselling author and restaurateur, will be bringing his award-winning barbeque to a storefront along Washington Street.
The scheme would rezone portions of the city’s border with Weehawken to potentially allow up to 6,100 new apartments, hotels, public space, and a new light rail station along a revitalized 15th Street retail corridor.
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.
Now available for move in, 515 Jefferson Street is a boutique condominium with seven breathtaking residences.
A recent report from The Real Deal is a bit of a good news, bad news situation for homeowners along New Jersey’s Gold Coast.
The decision to extend an agreement with a controversial Federal agency that houses undocumented immigrants at a county jail has churned up a lot of emotions between activists and local officials.
As Real Estate Sales in Manhattan Continue to Plummet, NYC Buyers Flow to Trophy Listing on Prestigious Street in Hoboken over the Weekend
Unit 5C is a 1,437-square-foot two-bed, two-bath condo with one deeded garage parking spot at 600 Hudson Street, where Frank Sinatra once sang.
Officials are working with Lawrenceville-based Community Investment Strategies on a plan to bring a 24-unit senior housing building to a city-owned parking lot.