Just a Few Reasons Why 380 NWK Is Selling So Fast

380 NWK brings to market a lifestyle that will turn any prospective buyer into a homeowner. 380 NWK is the newest residential development from Jersey City’s Weingarten Group. Presented by Weichert New Homes and exclusive marketing agents Dan Pelosi and Irene Barnaby from Weichert Realtors, the first phase of condominium residences is already sold out and phase two is now…

Introducing: 718 Jefferson Street, Hoboken’s Newest Boutique Condominium

As more families are calling Hoboken home, the demand for larger living spaces has increased. The west side of Hoboken has become a great option for people looking for a more family-oriented neighborhood, and one property that exemplifies that is 718 Jefferson Street. It is well-situated, located just two blocks from the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and one block from the…

Rendering Revealed for Final Office-Heavy Maxwell Place Building

One of the largest redevelopment projects along New Jersey’s side of the Hudson River will be adding one last building to its inventory, and the look of the final product has become clearer following the release of a new rendering. Maxwell Place, from Toll Brothers, is a collection of 755 condominiums located at 11th and Hudson Streets in Hoboken. Three…

Webb-Washington Plans 25-Unit Building on City Property in Greenville

A large empty lot in the center of a business district in Jersey City’s Ward F could possibly become the site of a mixed-use development. For decades, 174-178 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive between Stegman Street and Wegman Parkway has sat undeveloped in the midst of a dense section of the Greenville neighborhood. Located a block away from Audobon Park,…

Step Up to Instant ROI at 250 Grove Street

Sometimes, you buy an investment, and you have to hold on for dear life until you see green. But at 250 Grove Street, you’ll see $9,000 in monthly rental income right away because this four-family home is fully occupied — something that’s easy to understand when you consider its perfect location. Just three blocks separate this Van Vorst Park brownstone…

New JSQ Community Association Weighs in on Redevelopment Plan Changes

Journal Square is undoubtedly one of Jersey City’s hotter neighborhoods and doesn’t appear to be slowing down much; the second phase of Journal Squared is underway and a plethora of smaller projects and skyscraper-type towers are approved for the area. But with tremendous growth comes concerns, and one local community group is trying to facilitate a smarter plan for the neighborhood. Much of the area is…