A massive effort that will update infrastructure, build green space, and provide flood relief to vulnerable areas of Hoboken, Weehawken, and Jersey City should take about four years to build out.
What would be the city’s first medical cannabis dispensary made a positive impression on a regulatory board, who will be clearing the last local roadblock to get the facility up and running.
An 80,000-square foot boutique office building has wrapped a year-long renovation and more changes could be coming to the property if an ambitious plan is approved by officials.
The ownership behind Grand Vin will be welcoming diners later today to their newest restaurant.
A 4,500-square-foot store selling Amazon’s best-reviewed products has opened at American Dream.
The 6,000-square-foot, four-level property sports a contemporary look and features an indoor pool, four outdoor terraces, and a multi-car garage.
A historic building along Hoboken's main drag has been integrated into an educational campus that includes new classrooms, a rooftop deck, and rear courtyard.
A legal settlement permitting the city to purchase an acre of land in exchange for allowing greater development density at properties owned by Academy Bus will be debated, along with an $8.1 million bond ordinance that would fund the deal.
116 Bloomfield Street features three bedrooms, three baths, and high-end design across two floors, plus a private backyard with a hot tub.
The Hoboken City Council could soon greenlight negotiations to bring a project to Clinton Street that includes five storefronts plus a 75,000-square-foot public works space.