A new farm-to-table restaurant and a revamped goods and coffee shop both opened in downtown Hoboken last week, but that’s not all that’s coming to what is the city’s busiest corridor.
When Toll Brothers completes their final Hudson Tea and Maxwell Place buildings, it will mark somewhat of a milestone for Hoboken. Besides a parcel that the city owns on the waterfront there will be no significant land left to develop east of Park Avenue.
On June 4th, a unique farmers’ market that’s raising money to fix up a Gothic-style church starts its second season, with the group behind it looking to improve upon last year’s positive results.
In commemoration of their 30th anniversary, the museum is reaching “deep into its collections archive” to decorate the Hoboken Elks Lodge in a 19th-century style for their upcoming spring fundraising gala on Saturday, May 14th.
The planned revitalization of Hoboken’s major transit hub has been slow and somewhat underwhelming. But one rookie councilman is seeking to jumpstart what he dubs a “European-style market” at the station.