Pizzeria Finally, Maybe Eventually Coming to Newport

Loradellos Pizza in Newport Jersey City

Newport may finally get a pizzeria.



Newport Opens Park

Newport beach in Jersey City

Newport’s newest park finally opens at 14th Street



New Restaurant Set to Open this Month in Newport

Skylark on the Hudson, a new restaurant in Newport, intends to open by April 19.



The Big Laguna

Newport’s Laguna is a proper high rise tower now, rising to what appears to be its full 17 stories.



Newport’s Laguna Rising

he Laguna is the newest tower in the Newport section of Jersey City

The rental market in Jersey City is coming back and no better evidence of this is the construction of a new residential tower in the Newport section of Jersey City. The Lefrak organization is notoriously conservative with development projects often self financing and progressing as market conditions dictate.



Two More Towers Planned for Newport

The next buildings in the Newport development will likely break ground in the coming months in the northern most corner of the property according to the Hudson Reporter. The plan likely is intended to take advantage of last year’s completion of waterfront walkway bridge linking Newport directly with the Hoboken Terminal. The northern quadrant of […]



Final Traces of Jersey City Erased from Newport

Newport Associates have won another battle to erase historical connections to Jersey City with the renaming of the Pavoina/Newport PATH station to simply “Newport.” The rebranding of the Pavonia station was announced several months ago, but it all seemed merely lip service until the installation of new signs at the Pavonia/Newport station. Human PATH conductors […]



Rambi Baby Store Coming to Newport

Newport’s efforts to create a ‘downtown’ feel in its newest section of River Street continues with the future addition of Rambi Baby Store, located in the base of the Aqua tower.



Waterfront Walkway Opens, Scissors Not Required

The Long Slip Pedestrian bridge and connecting segment of the waterfront walkway in front of Newport opened to foot traffic, at least unofficially. The bridge links Hoboken to Jersey City. Surprisingly, no red ribbons were injured in the opening of the bridge.



Corzine’s Scissors Only Obstacle to Pedestrian Bridge

The Long Slip Pedestrian Bridge is ready to go except for one thing: a ceremonial ribbon cutting including Governor and candidate for re-election Jon Corzine. The much delayed connection between Jersey City and Hoboken was suppose to open in the in the Spring of this year; unexplained delays then pushed the opening date to August. […]




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