Governor Phil Murphy cut the proverbial ribbon today on Cinelease Studios at Caven Point in Jersey City. It is the largest film studio in New Jersey and the first purpose-built facility of its kind in the state.
For Downtown residents wondering what would become of the retail spaces along Grove Street formerly occupied by Subway, GNC, NJ.com and Remax, we have an answer. According to a spokesperson for the owner, Columbia Property Trust, the storefronts are being built out “in order to be repositioned to attract new tenants to serve this area.”
This month for “In Our Midst,” we’re thrilled to be speaking with Steve Kaplan, member of the 1976 U.S. Olympic fencing team and founder and owner of Cobra Fencing Club in Jersey City.
A new private high school will open in Jersey City in the fall of 2022. Franklin School will be located in Newport at 100 Town Square Place, and will teach ninth through twelfth graders for a $29,500 yearly tuition.
To those who live here, Jersey City it is a vibrant, multi-ethnic agglomeration like no other; a small town with all the benefits of its bigger neighbors across the river. Filled with bars, restaurants, artists, entrepreneurs and every nationality under the sun, it would seem to be an excellent place start out one’s career. Not according to one new study, however.
According to a new report from the website Apartmentguide.com, over the last year Jersey City ranked number nine out of 100 U.S. cities for the falloff in the price of its one-bedroom apartments.
Andrea Honis is the founder of CircusTalk.com, an online resource and employment tool for professional circus performers worldwide and their legions of fans.
A London-syle curry house is coming to Downtown Newark Avenue. Brick Lane, which has locations on East 6th Street in Manhattan and in Montclair, is now building out the 136 Newark Avenue space formerly occupied by Pasta e Vino and before that Raval.
After six years, 902 Brewing’s doors officially opened on May 12 in the midst of a pandemic. The rooftop deck may not be open nor the bar finished, but the founders are selling four-packs of beer for pickup at their location at 101 Pacific Ave in Bergen-Lafayette.
Alcohol tourism is a serious industry. Jersey City may not be wine country, but in just the past four years, it has become home to a craft brewery and a distillery, and another brewery is on the way.