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The Embankment Preservation Coalition is hosting a fundraising happy hour at Barcade tonight, Thursday, September 15th. Drop by from 6:30 to 10:30 pm to talk about the community's hopes for the historic Harsimus Branch and its much-loved Embankment.
Union Republic will be closing for good this Saturday. The restaurant announced the closure via a Facebook post.
Updates on food & drink happening around Jersey City. Van Hook Cheese to open, a sneak peek at Atlas Public House's menu, 9th and Coles is up for sale, Ani Ramen to open soon.
Coldwell Banker Jersey City is officially up and running at their new home on the Newark Ave Pedestrian Mall. They celebrated the move yesterday with a ribbon cutting attended by Mayor Steven Fulop as well as officials from NRT, Coldwell Banker’s parent company.
Dullboy, the Grove Street cocktail bar that opened in early 2015 following Park & Sixth’s closing is now for sale.
A Maryland man with a litigious history and an oft-stated desire to run a train line has filed a lawsuit seeking to derail Metro Plaza’s redevelopment, claiming that old Conrail tracks that formerly occupied the property were never legally and properly abandoned.
This October, over 500 attendees will descend on the waterfront for the Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment. The day-long event brings together principles, investors, developers, owners, and advisors to discuss why Jersey City is the ‘Most Exciting & Energetic Domestic Emerging Market’.
After hearing rumors for awhile, we finally have some confirmation. It looks like the Rainbow clothing store at 145 Newark Avenue will be closing. The space won’t remain vacant for long, though, as the proprietors of Hoboken hotspot 1 Republik will be taking over the space.
In a stunning fusion of waterfront living and expansive accommodations, this sprawling 2 bedroom, 2 bath property in the coveted Sugar House community is on the market for the first time ever. With sweeping views of New York City, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and Liberty State Park, this 2,000 square foot is truly a spectacular property.
With unprecedented population growth, an influx of new shops and eateries, and endless construction, there’s no doubt Jersey City is changing quickly. These 10 slides show what a difference 8 years has made to Jersey City.