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.”
Newport may finally get a pizzeria.
A new boutique, A Piece of New York, has finally (officially?) opened on Newark Avenue.
The historic Jersey City powerhouse is well on its way to not falling down. The city initiated a $3.4 million effort to the structure from collapsing and further deteriorating while the building awaits redevelopment. The interior of the structure has long been exposed to the weather and the empty window shells are finally being plugged.
The former home of Bagua Juice will soon become comfort food bistro Park & Sixth, a Hoboken eatery.
Over the weekend, the Hudson Reporter printed a bit on grocery stores leading to the inevitable speculation on whether a Whole Foods would come to town (still not coming). More interesting though was Liberty Harbor North developer Peter Mocco’s mention of constructing an interim building: â€œThe kind of dilemma that I deal with is the […]
We’ve been working on a handy little Grove Street area shopping guide, sort of like a mall directory, but without all the insipid elevator music or build-a-bear workshops. Not only does Grove Street have some great restaurants, but a number of unique and independent retailers worth patronizing. We’re still working on adding a few previously […]