Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, Jersey City is a 'Boomtown', Matsikoudis lays groundwork for JC Mayoral bid, Hoboken's hill people, more
A Jersey City resident is planning to open a new type of coworking space. Called Marketskape, the concept pairs artist studios with a retail component. As opposed to more traditional coworking spaces, this one is catered towards artists and makers. The retail portion provides members a venue to sell their work.
205 Washington at Paulus Hook: The newest and most unique address in Jersey City’s premier neighborhood!
Come and see why this is truly a rare find: Three luxury rental units in an exquisitely restored brownstone building from the 1880s. Everything is brand new, and has been transformed and completely renovated from top to bottom with today's modern elements.
No reason to move to the 'burbs to get the space you need for your growing family. You can have it right here in Jersey City. Consider this recently relisted Liberty Harbor townhouse, it ranks as one of the largest homes on the market Downtown.
We first became suspicious when the store’s shelves started emptying about a month ago. Just yesterday we spoke to a source who confirmed they will be closing in August due to a massive rent increase.
If you are on a budget, but determined to find a condo downtown with private outdoor space, this condo may be just what you are looking for. The bright, east facing one bedroom home is located in the burgeoning Hamilton Park area of Jersey City. Asking $375,000, it's one of the lowest priced one-bedroom condos Downtown.
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.
Remember that $20k/month rental in the Heights? Dixon Leasing has a new post on their blog documenting the renovation process of turning a 134-year old row house into a high-tech modern oasis.
Remember the Liberty Pedestrian Bridge? Well its architect, Jeff Jordan Architects, just won an award for the visionary project. The New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognized the firm with an Honor Award in the Unbuilt category.