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Acme in Hoboken has begun selling wine, beer, and spirits after officially transferring a liquor license to their property last month.
A historic brownstone on Hoboken’s most coveted block just closed for $4,277,000.
Unit 2 is over 1,500 square feet across two floors with a private balcony and shared backyard in the heart of Hoboken.
The proposed Hoboken development would consist of two structures, one of which would face Grand Street while the other would face Adams Street.
Washington D.C.-based Bluemercury has submitted plans to bring one of its stores to a Hoboken retail space.
LCOR has put together a team that looks to design three new buildings while restoring Hoboken Terminal into a marketplace.
The liquor license that had been used by Room 84 on Washington Street in Hoboken could be transferred to 33-41 Newark Street, the address that is home to Antique Loft.
Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque is opening a Hoboken location.
A three-building plan that first emerged last year has upped the unit count significantly but added a $10 million green space to the proposal.
The Hoboken City Council recently approved an agreement that will house Post Office vehicles at the site in a nearby garage, a move that will clear the property for construction.