Failed Housewares Store Replaced With New Housewares Store

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Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 | Grove Street, Shopping | 1,087 views | Permalink |

Kannibal Home, a fancy housewares merchant, has replaced On The Inside, a similar store that closed a few months back. The Montgomery Street shop is tiny, but filled with both home goods and women’s apparel. Below, the former shop on the site, On the Inside:

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Finishing Touches in Liberty Harbor

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Tuesday, June 30th, 2009 | LHN, Liberty Harbor, The Regent | 955 views | Permalink |

Construction in Liberty Harbor North has slowed to a crawl and new buildings aren’t expected to break ground for a while. However, at the southwest end of the current development are three buildings receiving their finishing touches. The Regent finishes off the end of the street. The rental building will sport a rooftop pool and […]

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Beer Garden Opens to Crowds

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Monday, June 29th, 2009 | Dining, Liberty Harbor | 853 views | Permalink |

Friday night saw the opening of the Zeppelin Beer Hall, a massive German style beer garden in the base of the Zenith, a luxury rental tower in the newly opened neighborhood of Liberty Harbor North on the south side of the downtown. The beer hall has a capacity of 800 and claims more than 144 […]

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Beer Garden Finally Opening

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Thursday, June 25th, 2009 | Dining, Liberty Harbor | 836 views | Permalink |

Rumor has it that the Zeppelin Hall, a German Style Biergarten is finally expected to open on Friday afternoon, serving up beer and sausages and all sorts of German food. A tipster sent us the above photo as well as this one from the inside: Zeppelin Hall is located in the base of the Zenith, […]

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Newport Pharmacy Moving Across the Street, Still Not in Newport

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Thursday, May 14th, 2009 | Hamilton Park, Hamilton Square | 1,084 views | Permalink |

Newport Pharmacy, an independent pharmacy on the corner of 9th and Erie, is moving to 9th and Erie. The pharmacy is crossing the street into a corner space in the Hamilton Square development. Exeter Properties has said they prefer independent local businesses to fill their retail spaces.

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Park Renovation Slaying Trees

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 | Hamilton Park, Recreation | 943 views | Permalink |

Renovations have begun at Hamilton Park, just in time to close it for summer. Construction crews have slashed a half dozen large trees with 18 inch diameters, casualties of low bid contracts. The renovated park will include an expanded playground, two dog runs, and renovated ball courts. In addition, the historic pathways will be reinstalled […]

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NJ Transit Bridge Nearing Completion

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 | Hoboken, Newport | 1,025 views | Permalink |

The footbridge connecting Jersey City’s waterfront with Hoboken is nearly complete. The bridge will create an important link in the waterfront walkway and connect the Newport development in Jersey City directly to the Hoboken Terminal. The project was long talked about and much delayed by the transit agency. A small, unused canal separates Jersey City […]

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Construction Begins at Wayne and Barrow

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Monday, May 4th, 2009 | Van Vorst, Wayne and Barrow | 741 views | Permalink |

A long time parking lot at the corner of Wayne and Barrow Streets is now under construction.

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Grove Street Bicycle Shop Opens

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Monday, May 4th, 2009 | Grove Street, Shopping | 981 views | Permalink |

A new bicycle shop opened on Grove Street at First Street. The store is stuffed with bicycles and accessories.

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The Embattled Embankment

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Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 | Hamilton Park, Harsimus Cove | 969 views | Permalink |

Sixth Street Embankment file photo The Sixth Street Embankment, a target of preservationists and developers alike has had some problems in recent weeks. Yesterday chunks of the stone wall began falling from the section west of Erie Street. The fire department cordoned off the corner to protect pedestrians. Several weeks earlier the embankment, the section […]

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