With all the talk of Jersey City’s hot real estate market, it’s hard to sit on the sidelines and watch the opportunities pass by. If you’re considering making the jump from renting to buying, then you need to attend this event.
Jersey City’s ongoing revaluation drama seems to have taxpayers either excited about relief or nervous about the consequences, emotions driven by uncertainty because New Jersey’s second largest city has not assessed its properties since 1989.
Seldom, if ever, have we seen a property of this caliber in Jersey City. This truly one-of-a-kind completely custom townhouse features the work of Mitchell Turnbough, one of the Top 100 Interior Designers in the world by Architectural Digest.
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Speculation around a new 42-story tower at 500 Summit Avenue in Journal Square was ongoing since 2014 when erroneous reports came out that HAP bought the property. Now, the deal officially closed on June 1st.
Lots of happenings on the food and drink front in Jersey City. We'll get you caught up on what's closing and what's opening.
With so much development happening in Jersey City, it's hard to keep track of it all. In our new Construction Updates series, we'll visit all the new projects and bring you updates on the progress of each.
Last week brought some price reductions to properties we previously covered. The reasons could be many. Whatever the reason, it’s surprising to see price reductions on such unique properties.
A new beautification program is underway along Ocean Avenue in Jersey City. The program, called Make>Shift>Gallery, finds local artists and matches them to vacant storefronts to create murals and installations in the spaces.
This sun-filled Hamilton Square condo offers a unique blend of loft style living and modern design. The two-bedroom home feels larger than it is, thanks to its high ceilings and abundant natural light. Let's look inside!