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For decades, two massive lots have sat vacant, side by side, in the heart of Jersey City. However, city officials are now hoping that development could soon come to the sites.
Food & Drink news for Jersey City, a new taco joint is coming to downtown, a sneak peak of Atlas Public House which plans to open tomorrow, and Ozu Foods in the Heights begins serving lunch.
The local watering hole. That spot that makes the best latte. A place to meet up with good company. Outposts like these are what create the fabric of a new neighborhood. In Jersey City's quickly growing Soho West neighborhood, Donovan Realty has worked hard to bring a diverse mix of retail options to the area.
A new home just hit the market at 77 Hudson in Downtown Jersey City. Spanning 1,880 square feet, this 3-bedroom, 2 ½-bath plus home office residence is one of the largest configurations in the community.
In yet another sign of the robust rental market in Jersey City, Mill Rocks touts 50% occupancy since launching leasing a month ago.
Today, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop will join Santomauro General Contracting and Point Capital Development for a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the official opening of Mill Rocks, a hip new rental building in the Village neighborhood.
In a city that is seeing a huge rental building boom, The Oakman sets itself apart in one major way - it's the first large-scale, doorman condominium project in Downtown Jersey City to hit the market in over seven years. The 159-home community, which began selling late last year, is about 60% sold and recently welcomed its first residents.
The Bethesda Baptist Church has stood at 158-162 Mercer Street for over 120 years. However, a three-alarm fire tore through the structure in 2007, leaving the building vacant and abandoned for close to a decade. Now developers are planning to convert the structure into condos.
Tails On Trails LLC, the popular Jersey City pet care service, offers more than tender love and care for the many cats and dogs of Downtown. It’s a high-functioning enterprise both technologically and personally, providing security and fun for both furry friends and their owners.
By now you’ve heard about Kitchen Step – the former Thirty Acres spot that’s become a true neighborhood gem in Van Vorst Park. But you probably haven’t heard the story behind the name: why a piece of Portland marble was so significant in Jersey City in the 1800’s, and where Cory Checket found those insane Victoire Canopy Balloon Chairs in the window.