A new dining experience from an East Village-based hospitality group is getting ready to launch a Hoboken endeavor.
Hoboken’s planning board is slated to review an application for a 60-unit building along Newark Street that includes three storefronts and a new public plaza.
Number Eleven Food Store, which had been operating as a pop-up inside Dozzino on Adams Street, is now serving “good food that looks Chinese” in space just off Church Square Park.
The beauty brand Bluemercury will be launching their Hoboken location with a special offer for those that show up on opening day.
The revamped project, dubbed Hoboken Connect, calls for a 20-story office building, 389 residential units, and an overhaul of Lackawanna Plaza into a two-story market and public space.
Artisanal dessert spot il laboratorio del gelato is planning to expand to Hoboken.
Hoboken is looking to construct a new Public Works building and annex so Ironstate Development can build a 360-unit Urby project on land that houses the current facility.
A three-bedroom loft situated on the top floor of a converted tea factory is the most expensive condominium ever sold in Hoboken.