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Hoboken just had a busy week of retail openings and there’s more on the way that includes everything from burgers and shakes to Asian stir-fry and Australian coffee.
Two new Asian-inspired eateries are hitting Washington Street, while a new Greek bakery and market helps add some culinary diversity along Hoboken’s waterfront. All this and more in today's edition of Hoboken's Retail Roundup.
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.
Harlow Hoboken is proving to be the city’s hottest new rental property, attracting a diverse mix of residents since leasing began in December. Its convenient location is highly walkable and provides easy access to all of the area’s eclectic dining, nightlife, and retail. Not to mention possibly the best perk of all, the Trader Joe's opening on the ground floor.
Pure Properties, in partnership with Dixon Leasing, has hit the ground running thanks to the stunning gut renovation at 609 Willow Avenue, now listed at $3,795,000. Recently featured on the annual Hoboken House Tour, this showplace pairs historic bones with top-notch modern amenities.
This holiday season, local Hoboken residents and families will have another outdoor skating option available to them. A new temporary ice rink will provide a taste of winter fun that might be further expanded upon next year.
Now's your chance to live on the oldest existing Ellis Island Ferry, which has been restored and turned into a houseboat, it is currently listed for $1.25M.
Two new restaurants, one an established brand and one an upstart, have started construction along Hoboken’s main drag and both hope to start serving customers this winter season.
This recently renovated brick and brownstone townhome on one of Hoboken's best blocks recently hit the market. With its chic, modern design and a bonus top floor rental unit, the property is hard to pass over at $1,650,000.
Transformed. Revitalized. Gentrified. These and other adjectives have often been used to describe what’s been happening in Hoboken and Jersey City over the last two decades. But increased luxury development can also bring with it some concerns. One of those worries is how communities can still care for those less fortunate in an economic boom that tends to hide the presence of poverty. That’s where HOPES CAP comes in.