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A new plan designed to calm traffic and beautify the streetscape is in the works for one of Hoboken’s busiest streets, and it hopes to strike a balance that will make drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists all feel more at ease when traveling the corridor.
While Downtown has gotten all the attention as Newark’s hub of commercial redevelopment, University Heights has quietly become one of the city’s hottest up-and-coming residential neighborhoods.
Advance Realty, developer of the recently opened Harlow, announced last week their acquisition of The Metropolitan, a residential and retail property at 1300 Clinton Street in Hoboken.
Hoboken will be adding 115 new units to their affordable housing stock over the next few years, and the city is looking to streamline the process in the hope of helping the public better understand their options under the program.
This elegant single-family home, thoroughly renovated by Rhino Development, offers more than a prime spot on a map. Meticulous design and high-end finishes offer a luxurious lifestyle across all four floors.
Late last year, the Cherry Park Apartments development officially opened in Newark's North Ward, near the Belleville border, bringing 100 new residences to the area.
Yesterday, Bayonne city officials alongside representatives from Ingerman bundled up in the cold to break ground on the six-story '19 East' project located off Broadway at 19 East 19th Street.
A two-building project called ‘Jefferson Lofts’ is planned for 206 Jefferson Street and at 504 Second Street in Hoboken.
Just announced this week, the GRAMMY Museum Experience is set to open their first East Coast location this fall on the ground floor of the Prudential Center in Downtown Newark. The new museum could bring thousands of tourists annually to the city.
Two projects that stalled following the real estate downturn are seeing new activity. Plans have been revealed to finish an abandoned 3-story residential project at 310-316 Clinton Avenue and a stalled strip mall has been converted into the Mary Elizabeth Mahoney Women’s Health and Wellness Center.