Retail Roundup, Hoboken: Sephora Planned, NYC’s Barbès Heads West, Quality Greens Kitchen Coming, More
An established New York City restaurant and a startup fast casual café are both currently under construction in Hoboken, plus a local business is expanding their footprint on the city’s north end.
Hoboken’s Zoning Board denied an application for a new development along Washington Street that was allegedly going to house a Shake Shack but the company's connection to the project is unclear.
Usually, the way it works is you have to choose between being in the middle of it all, or having space to spread out. But whoever said “you can’t have it all” never saw this spacious single-family home at 208 Hudson Street in Hoboken.
The pricing dynamic between Hoboken and Jersey City continues to shift. This quarter, it comes on the sales side with Downtown Jersey City townhouses eclipsing Hoboken for the first time.
To get a glimpse into the lives of Hoboken’s elite around the turn of the century, just follow the yellow brick road.
A proposed Hilton along the Hoboken waterfront took a step forward last night, although some City Council members voiced a few concerns about the current plan.
Hoboken just had a busy week of retail openings and there’s more on the way that includes everything from burgers and shakes to Asian stir-fry and Australian coffee.
Applications are now open to join Hoboken's affordable housing waitlist--the next step in Hoboken's ongoing effort to streamline the affordable housing process.
An old brick structure right in the center of Downtown Hoboken will soon be replaced with a modern, mixed-use building with supersized apartments and retail space.
A lengthy and sometimes controversial process to convert an old church into condominiums seems to finally be ending at Hoboken’s First Baptist Church, which looks to add six units of unique housing to one of the city’s most historic streets.