Stylish Pizza Bar Coming to Monaco Towers

VB3, a “sleek, modern” pizza bar is coming to Sixth Street in the base of the Monaco Towers.

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Cast Iron Lofts Push Redevelopment North

The 20 story Cast Iron Lofts on the north end of Jersey City has rapidly transformed the skyline in a once vacant section of the downtown.

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New Restaurant Set to Open this Month in Newport

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

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The Big Laguna

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

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Old Manischewitz Factory Prepped For New Towers

Just in time for Passover, Jersey City’s former matzo baking Manischewitz factory is finally meeting the demolition man.

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Marbella II Coming Soon?

Marbella Tower 2 Jersey City

A while back on Roseland Property’s website, a listing for “Marbella II” appeared under the coming soon section.

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Newark Avenue At Last Sees Signs of Renewal

Jersey City’s downtown shopping district has long fallen short of expectations. For years, Newark Avenue looked like a set piece from the yet to be filmed Escape From Jersey City.

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Two Boots Coming to Renovated Storefront

Two Boots Pizza has posted signs in a Newark Avenue storefront currently undergoing renovations. The storefront is one of the first on the south side of the block to under go renovation. The store is the former Tortillas Grill at 133 Newark Avenue.

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Oompa Loompa Rumors

Jersey City Wine and Spirits on Jersey Avenue had a hand written note emphatically declaring, “No Snookie.” Picky your sides, local businesses. Abbey’s Pub and Marco and Pepe have supposedly granted permission to film, though we’ve also heard the opposite about M&P. Rumors have it that Snookie and Jwoww will hold jobs at neighborhood bar […]

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Jersey City Police Accused of Violating Rights, Camera Illegally Seized

The Jersey Journal reports that Anthony Hardy filed a complaint against Jersey City Police for violating the constitutionally protected right of photography in a public space. While we aren’t normally interested in police blotter stories, as a blog that bases much of the content on public photography, we find this form of police abuse especially […]

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