This Halloween, a 129-Year-Old Cathedral Will be Transformed into a Creepily Beautiful Halloween Ball
This Halloween, Jersey City will experience a gala like none other. Presented by The Costume Fairies, Spectral Gala will transform a 129-year-old cathedral into a "beautifully creepy, creepily beautiful" Halloween ball.
WeWork executives seem to be at odds over whether or not Jersey City is 'cool'. Speaking during a real estate panel, one executive from the company told attendees that his firm is looking closely at Bushwick to open its next outpost, because, unlike Jersey City, it’s "cool."
Fields Construction Company announced yesterday that construction has begun on Phase II of their 207 Van Vorst Street project in Jersey City.
Jersey News: Fight Club at Blue Apron Warehouse, NYC to Secaucus via Subway, Trump Taj Mahal Closes, More
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week,Rising Tide Capital founders recognized as top social entrepreneurs by Forbes, imagining if the NYC subway connected to Secaucus , a fight club breaks out at Blue Apron’s Jersey City warehouse, and more.
Kushner Companies and The KABR Group have announced their purchase of a commercial tower at 26 Journal Square. The companies plan to turn the building into "a hub for creative firms."
A quick roundup of new or notable business in the Bergen-Lafayette area. An old favorite celebrates its 1-year anniversary, plus a discount variety store, a corner convenience store near Berry Lane Park, and a healthy eating focused food truck open for business.
This past Friday, The Shuster Group along with the Powerhouse Arts District Neighborhood Association held a booming block party for the Powerhouse neighborhood. During the event, Mayor Fulop launched GM's 'Maven' electric car sharing program.
A new concept rendering has been revealed for the former Powerhouse Lounge space on Marin Blvd. According to the rendering, the new establishment will be called "Hudson Hall" and will be a “neighborhood smoke house & beer place”. Let's take a look at the rendering.
Two events are planned this weekend that will celebrate downtown Jersey City’s Italian heritage. The Village neighborhood in Downtown Jersey City was previously called “Italian Village” after its large Italian population. This weekend, residents can explore that history with an Italian themed parade and historic walking tour of the neighborhood.