Shakespeare in Frank Sinatra Park

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Friday, June 20th, 2008 | Hoboken | 1,057 views | Permalink |

The Hudson Shakespeare Company will be performing Twelfth Night in Frank Sinatra Park on Monday next week and the week after, beginning at 7PM. Hudson Shakespeare Company.

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Hoboken Movie Theater Breaks Ground

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Monday, June 2nd, 2008 | Hoboken | 752 views | Permalink |

The long anticipated movie theater in the northwest corner of Hoboken broke ground today during a ceremony involving Mayor Roberts. A movie theater has been planned for Hoboken for several years but seemed as though the project was to be abandoned last year when several deadlines were missed. Hoboken411 was actually there, with video footage. […]

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Hoboken Condo Building Sold as Rental Complex

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Thursday, March 13th, 2008 | Hoboken | 778 views | Permalink |

Originally intended to be a condominium building, 1000 Jefferson was sold as a rental complex after the real estate market softened, reports Trading Markets.com. While the rest of the country has suffered dramatic depreciation in real estate values over the last year, New York and the urban neighborhoods surrounding the city have claimed immunity. However, […]

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McMansion Builders Turn to McSkyscrapers

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Monday, March 10th, 2008 | Hoboken, Jersey City | 994 views | Permalink |

Toll Brothers and K. Hovnanian get a reach around from CNN Money. Always on top of the news, CNN has broken the story that condominium towers cost more and carry more risk than single family homes. Gleaning the most interesting bits from the article: 25% of 77 Hudson is sold85% of 700 Grove has sold […]

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NJ Transit Finally to Break Ground on Waterfront Walkway

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Friday, February 8th, 2008 | Hoboken, Jersey City, Newport, Transportation | 812 views | Permalink |

Hoboken Now is reporting that NJ Transit will officially break ground on the long overdue connection between Hoboken and Jersey City waterfront. The walkway, a grand park along the Hudson River that one day could theoretically connect Bayonne to the foot of the George Washington Bridge is being built in pieces. Private developers are compelled […]

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Journal Square Gets Developers’ Love

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Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 | Journal Square | 874 views | Permalink |

The Real Deal reports Journal Square is finally catching the development bug. “Currently, Journal Square is a relative bargain as existing condos run approximately $300 a square foot, while Jersey City’s waterfront has been selling at roughly $500 a square foot for new construction. Manhattan condo prices, by contrast, ran nearly $1,350 a square foot […]

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Hoboken Traffic Cameras May Violate Laws

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2007 | Hoboken, Transportation | 888 views | Permalink |

NJ.com Blog Hoboken Now is reporting the recently approved traffic light cameras for Hoboken’s Washington Street intersections may run afoul of state laws. The red light cameras cost the city $75K and while safety is the concern, Hoboken law makers perhaps should have done some research: after installation of red light cameras in Lubbock, Texas, […]

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When Skyscrapers Attack

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Tuesday, October 30th, 2007 | Hoboken | 961 views | Permalink |

Construction materials from the Hoboken W Hotel fell and struck a car, according to a post on JCList, and later picked on by Hoboken Now. We have photos of the tower from September available Here.

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Journal Square Revealed

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Saturday, October 6th, 2007 | Journal Square | 894 views | Permalink |

The 645 foot tower coming to Journal Square just got a little bit more real with new renderings unveiled. The double tower design is no longer symmetrical in height, as amended earlier this year. The second tower will be approximately 468 feet. The renderings show an iconic structure overlooking downtown Jersey City and lower Manhattan. […]

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NJ Transit to Build Bridge to Newport

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Tuesday, September 11th, 2007 | Hoboken, Newport, Transportation | 746 views | Permalink |

A lynchpin component of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway will be built by NJ Transit, reports Hoboken411. The bridge will connect Newport and Hoboken sometime in the Spring of 2009, with the Lefrak Organization building a temporary extension between the bridge and permanent walkway.

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