Join your neighbors on Saturday, July 9th from 10am to 3pm for the Build A Better Block Street Fair. The fair will take place on Bergen Avenue (from Montgomery Street to Fairview Avenue), and will involve family fun, live music, street vendors, and opportunities to clean up and give back to the community. 10am –… Continue reading Build a Better Block Street Fair
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Table Talk Live
Hudson Kitchen kicks off its new education series Table Talk Live this March with a networking event that will bring together food entrepreneurs in a lively discussion designed to celebrate successes, tackle challenges and explore creative opportunities for collaboration. The open-to-the-public event will take place on Wednesday, March 9 from 6-9 PM at Art House Productions… Continue reading Table Talk Live
Talkin’ Jersey City
Laura Smith at 77 WABC recently interviewed Christine Goodman, Executive Director of Art House Productions Inc. and Stanley Sudol Director of Mana Museum of Urban Arts. h/t TheNewJournalSquare.com
What’s happening in Journal Square?
This week's edition of NJ BIZ features a Joshua Burd report on The KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors' new development "Journal Squared". The first of three residential towers that will rise above Jersey City's historic Journal Square neighborhood is on track to be complete by the end of this year, its developers said. The project, known… Continue reading What’s happening in Journal Square?
First Journal Squared Residential Tower Tops Out At 563 Feet In Jersey City’s Historic Journal Square
The KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors have announced the topping out of the first phase of Journal Squared at 563 feet, providing visual context for what will ultimately be a three-tower, mixed-use project that will fuel the revitalization of Jersey City’s historic Journal Square neighborhood and its vital intermodal transportation hub. Mayor Steven Fulop… Continue reading First Journal Squared Residential Tower Tops Out At 563 Feet In Jersey City’s Historic Journal Square
Show Your PRIDE!
The 15th Annual Jersey City LGBT Pride Festival will take place on Saturday, August 29th. The fest will run from noon until 8pm on Newark Avenue between Grove and Jersey. This year’s event is being co-hosted by Gayborhood JerseyCity and Humanity Pride Productions. The Pride Festival week will kick off with the official Pride Festival Press… Continue reading Show Your PRIDE!
Interviews of Note: JCity Realty
CHICpeaJC recently interviewed Natalie Minard, a partner and Broker of Record at JCity Realty, and the team. Natalie has lived in JC for eighteen years lighting in multiple neighborhoods including Downtown, Journal Square, and the Heights. She still owns and invests in Jersey City. She discusses her fave JC eateries, how the city has changed of the… Continue reading Interviews of Note: JCity Realty
More Journal Square Development News
via Steve Lubetkin/ GlobeSt.com JERSEY CITY, NJ— A 45,000-square-foot, 10-story office building in Jersey City, 880 Bergen Ave., will be transformed into a multifamily development following a $5.7 million sale brokered by CBRE. CBRE Capital Markets Investment Properties’ Charles Berger and Mark Silverman in New Jersey, and Elli Klapperin New York, represented the seller and procured… Continue reading More Journal Square Development News
Journal Square Continues to Heat Up!
Terrence McDonald at NJ.com reports on the continuing rise of Journal Square with the listing of a property on Summit Ave for a proposed 42-story building. Commercial real-estate firm Cushman & Wakefield is seeking buyers for a Summit Avenue property that could one day be the location a 42-story tower opposed by local residents. The… Continue reading Journal Square Continues to Heat Up!
Jersey City: Moving beyond the ‘Gold Coast’
Jersey City continues to be a highlight in real estate news this week. NJ BIZ feature "Industry Insights" features analysis by George Garcia,a partner, Genova Burns. The secret's out: Jersey City is on the rise. In fact it has been for well over a decade. All throughout the city's burgeoning Downtown and Paulus Hook neighborhoods, cranes… Continue reading Jersey City: Moving beyond the ‘Gold Coast’