At their meeting on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, the City Council of Jersey City will have the rare opportunity to create history while promoting a healthy and stable environment and encouraging drivers to reduce carbon emissions. A new Jersey City Ordinance has been submitted for Council approval and is on the verge of passing to… Continue reading At the Forefront of the Movement Towards Eco-Friendly Travel, Jersey City is on the Verge of Passing a First-of-its-Kind-in-New Jersey Ordinance Designating an Electric Vehicle Charging Zone
Greenspot, a company that develops electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in urban cities and for municipalities, has introduced curbside EV charging stations and EV car sharing in Jersey City, NJ. Identifying Jersey City as an appropriate match for its profile, Greenspot has unveiled 10 curbside EV charging stations with 19 arms in the City’s downtown… Continue reading Greenspot Selects Jersey City for Curbside Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations and EV Car Sharing Program
NJ Biz reports on the the JC art scene as seen on the gallery walls of some recent new real estate. From the story: For Eyal Shuster’s 2-year-old, boutique apartment building in downtown Jersey City, “The Art House” is more than just a fancy name. The sixth floor, for instance, is adorned with a row of… Continue reading Art + Real Estate = Community
New condominiums will soon join Jersey City's Powerhouse Arts District. The Oakman, located at 160 First Street, is slated to open in the summer of 2016, George Cahn, a spokesman for the developer, The Shuster Group, told NJ Advance Media. The seven-story building will feature 159 units, starting at $700,000. Local brokerage JCity Realty began sales… Continue reading The Oakman to Open in Jersey City
You don't need to be a real estate expert to know that multifamily on the Gold Coast is white hot. And you might not bat an eye at the thought of a unit renting for $3,000 a month. But when that's the average asking rent for all of Hudson County — the county that makes… Continue reading The $3,000 apartment: Asking (and getting) big rents is another sign the Gold Coast is booming
This Friday, March 6th, marks the returns of JC Fridays! Are you ready? JC Fridays is a quarterly event, held four times a year at the start of every season: March, June, September, December. The next JC Fridays will be held on Friday, June 5, 2015. Produced by Art House Productions in Jersey City, JC… Continue reading Ready! Set! JC Fridays!
JC Fridays returns just in time for the holidays with citywide events this Friday, December 5th. JC Fridays is a FREE quarterly event, held four times a year at the start of every season: March, June, September, December. The next JC Fridays will be held on Friday, March 6, 2015. From McGinley Square to Greenville, The… Continue reading JC Fridays is Back!
The Shuster Group announced today that The Art House luxury rental building in downtown Jersey City is more than 80% leased, with nearly 100 of the 119 stylish new residences now spoken for. The impressive leasing milestone, achieved by Exclusive Leasing Broker Natalie Miniard of JCity Realty and her team of leasing agents, was accomplished… Continue reading The Art House Luxury Rental Building Surpasses 80% Leased in Downtown Jersey City
The Art House luxury rental building in Jersey City’s historic Powerhouse Arts District will be open to the public on Saturday, October 18th and Sunday, October 19th in celebration of the Jersey City Artist and Studio Tour (JCAST), the largest annual cultural event in the Hudson County City. The special event will take place on… Continue reading The Shuster Group to Showcase Local Artists at its Jersey City Gallery Spaces During This Weekend’s Annual JCAST
via Rich Bachmann/ The Real Deal TRD analysis finds nearly 9,000 residential units slated to hit along the Jersey waterfront New Jersey’s Gold Coast, the stretch of waterfront running along the Hudson River opposite Manhattan, is in the midst of a building boom, with dozens of developments (mostly rentals) in the pipeline. And as prices in… Continue reading Gold Coast development glut in NJ?