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Plans Revealed for Two Towers, 382 Units, and Plazas on Uptown Hoboken Block
A Hoboken developer is looking to transform a block of Clinton Street into a mixed-use development with two sizable plazas and a large space for the community.
Morristown Sues NJ Transit Over Stalled Morristown Station Development
The Parking Authority of Morristown has filed a lawsuit against NJ Transit in Morris County's Chancery division.
478-Unit Mixed-Use Development with Modern DPW Facility Proposed in Hoboken
The Hoboken City Council could soon greenlight negotiations to bring a project to Clinton Street that includes five storefronts plus a 75,000-square-foot public works space.
Two Acres of Parks and Plazas Now Open in Western Hoboken
A final phase of open space adds step seating, a tilted lawn panel, play sculptures and a large plaza complete with retail and seasonal markets.
bwè Kafe and Little City Books Open Coffee Shop/Bookstore in Hoboken
bwè Kafe has partnered with independent bookstore Little City Books to officially debut a new coffee shop/bookstore at 1405 Adams Street in Hoboken.
Hoboken is Likely Getting a Proper Brewery
A developer has requested amendments to an old redevelopment plan that would allow a brewery to open inside their newly constructed building.
Hoboken’s West Side Gets a New Resiliency Park and Gym
Hoboken's west side just got a new park and community gym, a giveback from a developer constructing a rental building on Jackson Street.
Third BWE Kafe Opening in Uptown Hoboken
Uptown Hoboken's growing popularity has enticed a local coffee chain to open a larger concept store with expanded food options.
VIA Lofts Offers Conscious Luxe Condos in Hoboken’s Hip North End
Located in northwest Hoboken at 1410 Grand Street, the new boutique building’s eco-friendly luxury condos are already 50% sold.
Leading Hoboken Developer Heads West, Sees Opportunity in Montclair, Morristown
Bijou Properties, known for delivering industry-leading projects in Hoboken, is now looking west toward transit-oriented New Jersey towns.
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