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Bijou Properties has announced Park + Garden in uptown Hoboken is now fully leased. In less than 10 months, The Marketing Directors, the building’s exclusive leasing and marketing agent, successfully leased the property's 212 “green” apartments.
Next week, Hoboken’s city council is set to vote on a redevelopment agreement that will potentially create a new destination for the city’s west side, one that supporters say will balance new development with community amenities, parks, and flood protection.
Nestled along the picturesque, tree-lined Bloomfield Street in Hoboken, this spacious, turn-of-the-century, two-family brownstone has hit the market for $3,200,000. Originally built in 1895, the property underwent extensive renovations and restorations in 2005. Let’s take a look inside.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, an interview with James Caulfield of Fields Development, developers embracing art, Bell Works attracting tech cos, saving the strip mall, and more.
Imagine coming home from a long day and jumping in your own private (dry & wet) sauna. Or maybe a Jacuzzi tub is more your style. Either way, you’re covered in this sprawling, 2,430 square foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath penthouse condo at 1100 Clinton Street in Hoboken.
Hoboken-based Chartier Redevelopment Group is a local builder who has embraced sustainable construction practices on their projects. They've also done advisory work on many LEED Certified buildings in Hudson County and are currently consulting on the WonderLofts rehabilitation project.
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A mixed-use development that’s a stone’s throw away from several other projects in Hoboken’s northwest area should see completion sometime early next year, another sign that the city’s residential growth is officially moving full speed ahead.
A new block-long rental building in Hoboken’s emerging northwest is slated to start leasing in the Fall, an opening that will help fill a development gap in the neighborhood that has existed for years.