Jersey News: Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. Popular this week, A Hasidic Jewish development in Bayonne, Hoboken's Newark Street plaza opens, Mana Contemporary model heads to Miami, and more
More retail establishments are opening up all throughout Jersey City. This edition of our retail roundup features a new German-inspired bar on Jersey Ave, a bike shop in Bergen-Lafayette, a coffee shop on the waterfront, and a bakery in the Heights.
The 120-year-old rail Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park is set to officially reopen today. Bob Martin, commissioner for the Department of Environmental Protection, will join state and local officials for an opening ceremony at 1pm.
The Central Avenue S.I.D. Management Corporation is pleased to announce that it is seeking creative proposals for its 2016 public art installation program. Proposed artwork will be installed on either a wall space or traffic box.
A timeline for Jersey City’s pending revaluation has been obtained by The Jersey Journal. The document received by via a public-records request outlines the steps in the revaluation process along with proposed dates for each step.
We’ve heard rumblings about this for a few months now but were waiting on independent verification, well now we have it. The Real Deal reports that WeWork is planning to bring its WeLive concept to their upcoming location at One Journal Square.
Light, bright, and airy - this restored townhome is located in the heart of the Hamilton Park neighborhood and offers an open concept layout, contemporary finishes and a custom designed yard.
The Jersey City Project’s annual food-centric street festival Project: EATS is taking place this weekend at City Hall Plaza. This is the third edition of the popular market that brings a rotating lineup of food tents, trucks, a bar, and more.
Modera Lofts celebrated their official opening with an event Tuesday evening alongside Jersey City officials. The event, two months after the first residents moved in, marked the complete redevelopment of the Butler Brothers warehouse in the Powerhouse Arts District.
This recently constructed two-bedroom, one-bath condo, at 587 Jersey Ave #2, just came on the market this week. The one owner unit was built in 2014 and has been meticulously maintained since. It’s the perfect combination of townhouse charm and modern convenience.