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The Lenape House, a poetry / performance space and eatery / BYOB bar has quietly opened on Second Street between Newark and Coles.
Municipal elections will be held tomorrow for city offices in Jersey City, Hoboken, and other non-partisan municipal elections around the state. In Jersey City, this means the Mayor and Council all have the chance to get unelected. Candidates must win a majority of cast votes, or face a run off election. Vote LevinCivic activist Dan […]
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City Hall was inundated with Jesus loving congregants on Saturday afternoon singing and celebrating the 30th Anniversary of a local Communipaw Avenue Church, Fuente de Salvacion.
According to The Real Deal, the Toll Brothers posted a quarterly loss due to to slowing demand. The Toll Brothers have plans to build three towers in the heart of the Powerhouse Arts District in downtown Jersey City. Manhattan Toll Brothers projects have been a beacon of hope for the company, but towers in still […]
A second construction crane collapsed this morning on the upper East side. At least two are dead, Curb ed and Gothamist have excellent live coverage. Today’s tragedy follows a crane collapse on March 15, a Saturday afternoon incident that killed 7. The immediate reaction in March by the city of New York was to launch […]
The Wall Street Journal has a long winded bit on real estate prices around the nation; some neighborhoods in Manhattan continue to gain value, but according to the article, Jersey City and Hoboken are off between 3% and 14%.
Hudson Now reports. the condominium tower at 77 Hudson Street was topped off last week at 48 stories. The tower shares a parking garage with a rental building also under construction, but with a Greene Street address. The rental tower suffered a setback last year when several floors burned in a fire. Green-Blue glass began […]
While residents of the Powerhouse District are lawyering up to fend off the Toll Brother’s development, preservation efforts across the river are getting some added help from the economic downtown. Sort of. One victim of the recent economy downtown might very well be the ailing Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn. That redevelopment plan lead by […]