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Hoboken To Consider 30-Unit Development Near Madison Street Park
A vacant plot and two older Hoboken buildings could soon be replaced with a modern development that includes an affordable housing component and flood mitigation efforts.
Brooklyn Dumpling Shop Sets Opening Date for Hoboken Location
Fully automated Brooklyn Dumpling Shop is finally launching in Hoboken almost two years after Jersey Digs broke the news of their impending arrival.
Larger Plans Emerge at Hoboken’s Neumann Leathers Redevelopment
The owners of Neumann Leathers in Hoboken are now looking to expand the historic property into a 375-unit mixed-use development that includes a public indoor courtyard.
Plans Revealed for Redevelopment of Capital One Branch in Hoboken
Federal Realty Investment Trust is looking to tear down a free-standing bank building and parking lot in Hoboken and replace it with a five-story development with retail.
Plan for Southwest Market in Hoboken Headed Towards Final Approval
The Taurasi Group is looking to bring 123 units, a supermarket, retail, and office space to a historic building in Hoboken.
Hoboken Hires Design Firm, Targets Uptown Property for Modern DPW
Hoboken is looking to construct a new Public Works building and annex so Ironstate Development can build a 360-unit Urby project on land that houses the current facility.
Nike Store in the Works for Hoboken’s Washington Street
The sneaker and clothing giant Nike is looking to combine two storefronts into one larger space along the main drag of Hoboken.
Bluemercury Set to Open Location Inside Large Hoboken Storefront
Washington D.C.-based Bluemercury has submitted plans to bring one of its stores to a Hoboken retail space.
Southwest Market Looks to Bring 123 Units, Flagship Supermarket to Hoboken
The Taurasi Group wants to renovate and expand the former My-T-Fine facility into a mixed-use development and several companies including Whole Foods have allegedly indicated “serious interest” in the project.
Hoboken’s Tutta Pesca No Longer Bringing Restaurant and Event Space to First Street
Instead, they will tear down a building and replace it with a mixed-use development.