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Two new businesses opened up in Hoboken on opposite sides of the city in the last few days, a week that also saw a long-time establishment revamp their menu, a new restaurant set an opening date, and a beloved bar provide a “teaser” of things to come.
Two local builders are hashing out the details of a redevelopment plan that will potentially bring Hoboken two new residential towers, a hotel, and a bowling alley, also partially reusing an existing warehouse in the city’s burgeoning northwest area.
A 15-acre stretch of land running along the Passaic River in Newark is about to get a major upgrade. Last month, the City of Newark selected James Corner Field Operations as the lead designer and landscape architect for expansion of Riverfront Park.
Next week, Hoboken’s city council is set to vote on a redevelopment agreement that will potentially create a new destination for the city’s west side, one that supporters say will balance new development with community amenities, parks, and flood protection.
Nestled along the picturesque, tree-lined Bloomfield Street in Hoboken, this spacious, turn-of-the-century, two-family brownstone has hit the market for $3,200,000. Originally built in 1895, the property underwent extensive renovations and restorations in 2005. Let’s take a look inside.
The long planned development of Bayonne's former Military Ocean Terminal moved one step closer this week when the city council chose Whippany, NJ based JMF Properties as the developer of a 16-acre portion of the planned Harbor Station South project.
Across the River: A look at notable NYC real estate projects that are transforming the city. A new proposal for what would become the city (and continent's) tallest tower, a Hard Rock Hotel in Times Square, and a 100 MPH thrill ride atop Penn Station.
In April, rapper and reality TV star, Ray J opened up a new business venture Raytroniks in Los Angeles. Now, Ray J is bringing the concept to the East Coast, opening up their first retail location in Hoboken.
Several businesses are in the works and slated to pop up all around Hoboken in the coming months and while most of them will be new to the city, a popular café will also be having a much-welcomed homecoming.
Two new mixed-use buildings are about to add more life to Hoboken’s northwestern edge, with both projects being undertaken by a local name with a bunch of experience in LEED developments.