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Over the past decade, there has been significant investment made in the downtowns of the region’s largest cities, Newark and Jersey City. Now, developers are eyeing New Jersey’s fourth largest city as a place for new projects.
The Heights neighborhood of Jersey City was a German enclave from the middle of the 19th century until World War I. Prosperous citizens, often of German descent, built the biggest and best houses on Summit Avenue and Sherman Place. Today, in the ongoing preservation conversation, we feature four of these well-preserved homes.
Bergen Hill, in its heyday, was considered “the suburbs” by people who left Downtown, Jersey City for suburban mansions. Today, in the ongoing preservation conversation, we feature three JCLC Historic Homes still standing on Summit Avenue.
Since opening their doors in March, Nest Seekers has made a giant splash in the New Jersey market. Not only are they breaking records in Hudson County, but the company is now pushing its way northward into some of New Jersey’s most premier neighborhoods. We got an inside look at some of their trophy listings.
Bayonne, Jersey City’s southern neighbor doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves. From its diverse housing stock to its nearly 3.5 mile long Broadway retail corridor, the city offers a small town feel with the benefits of being a quick train ride from the big city. To illustrate this diversity, we rounded up three of Bayonne’s more unique properties.
In 2012, Alpine NJ was ranked America’s most expensive zip code by Forbes with a median home value of $4.25 million. The small borough in Bergen County has become a haven for numerous celebrities including Sean 'Diddy' Combs who just sold his sprawling estate.
Head over to Fort Lee next month for the auction of a house with a colorful history of owners that was originally built by Albert Anastasia head of the notorious Murder, Inc. crime organization.
In celebration of May being Preservation Month, the Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is hosting two events that will give residents a look at two historic Jersey City neighborhoods.
Weekend Walks is our weekend column where we explore the photographic beauty of various neighborhoods through the lenses of history, architecture and commerce. For this weekend’s walk, we headed up to The Heights to take a stroll through Jersey City’s northern most neighborhood.
A historically significant but long-shuttered landmark on Newark’s most prominent street is getting a welcomed facelift. The Hahne & Co. building, a hulking, pre-WWI edifice...