Real Estate

Staying ‘true to their word’ Jersey City Council waives some fees for short-term rental...

It will cost less to register a short-term rental property in Jersey City, now that the City Council majority has adopted an ordinance amending the registration fees. While short-term rental property owners will still need...

More Hoboken Yard Redevelopment Plan amendments on the horizon Trending from residential to more...

The Hoboken City Council will vote on Wednesday, Feb. 5 whether to introduce a new set of amendments to the Hoboken Yard Redevelopment Plan, which dictates how a site just south of Observer Highway...

Weichert, Realtors’ Jersey City Exchange Place Office and Top Associates Recognized for Regional Sales...

Joe Cubias, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Jersey City Exchange Place office and several sales associates were recognized for outstanding industry achievement in December. The Jersey City Exchange Place office, which...

Widespread redevelopment in Bayonne continues with approved 6-story building At its recent meeting, the...

Bayonne is experiencing a boom in residential development. In its first meeting of the year on Jan. 14, the Bayonne Planning Board held public hearings for two proposed developments and adopted a resolution approving a...

Five new retailers to open at MOTBY development Bayonne will finally get a Starbucks

Developers of the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY) have announced five new retail leases at the property. The mixed-use development, known as Harbor View Marketplace, will open a Starbucks, as well as four...

Hospital transparency bills become law in wake of Bayonne Medical Center crisis State Assemblyman...

A series of hospital transparency bills, written amid the ongoing Bayonne Medical Center crisis, were signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday, Jan. 21. Members of the state assembly Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson), Angela...

Developers eye land neighboring 10-story Broadway tower The L Group is interested in potentially...

The L Group, developer of the building at the former site of Resnick’s hardware store, is interested in developing the adjacent land. An ordinance was adopted at the Jan. 15 Bayonne City Council meeting...

Labor union protests new Fraternity Meadows high-rise in Secaucus The largely symbolic protest failed...

Purple-shirt-wearing protesters pointed to an influx of “poverty jobs” as a reason to deny the height variance to the developers of the Xchange at Secaucus Junction. At the Jan. 13 Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting,...

MOTBY ferry terminal to open in September The Bayonne City Council introduced an ordinance...

The ferry terminal slated for construction at the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY) will open in September. The Bayonne City Council introduced an ordinance that authorizes a 10-year lease with the Port Authority...

Bayonne officially authorizes negotiations to purchase Marist High School The city council adopted an...

The City of Bayonne is negotiating to potentially purchase Marist High School. The last Catholic high school in Bayonne recently announced it would close at the end of the school year this June, due...
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