Every now & then, JC FYI likes to dabble in good real estate news from Hudson County. This is just one of those times .... A demographic hungry for upscale apartments with plenty of space, along with open and functional floorplans, is filling their appetite at Vine in Hoboken. Vine, located on the western edge… Continue reading Single-Professionals Turn to Vine for Luxury Shared Apartment Living
NJ BIZ features projects by Ironstate Development Company and KRE Group, in new, special report on Jersey City development. When the first wave of developers broke ground in Jersey City in the '90s, they relied heavily on its proximity to Manhattan and public transportation to fill modest rental units. "Earlier on, the main selling point was just building an… Continue reading Onward & Upward!
Anne Field at The Real Deal looks into the burgeoning broker market in Hudson County in this month's issue. Developers aren’t the only real estate players making the most of surging interest in the Gold Coast. Brokers are in on it, too. Early last year, long-time Hoboken broker Renée Condon opened a Keller Williams Realty… Continue reading New brokerages open offices to seal deals in Hudson County
Real Estate News - Bayonne is getting a Jersey City-style lofts rental building in the old Maidenform bra factory and Kate Rounds, in the premier edition of Bayonne - Life on the Peninsula Magazine, is on the story ... Developer Doug Stern is so excited about his new project, he's waiting in the parking lot, hardhat on head,… Continue reading From Factories to Luxury Lofts – The evolution of a town
There’s certainly no shortage of new residential developments on tap right here in Jersey City. However, many other Cities along New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast” also have exciting projects underway. Here’s a look at two new rental buildings that have recently made the news: Just south of Jersey City in Bayonne, Silk Lofts is… Continue reading Rental Developments Spring Up Throughout Hudson County
Jonathan Kushner, President of KRE Group, was featured in the NY Times Square Feet column. Read the full article HERE.