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Which Hudson County town saw the biggest population BOOM last year?

Although Jersey City’s mayor hopes it will one day take the lead over Newark as NJ’s most populous city, Secaucus gave it a run for its money last year! According to the newly released Census, Secaucus had grown by 3.85 percent from 2014 to 2015 with a population of 18,395 to 19,104, respectively. Signs of the […]

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Hoboken Historical Museum to extend Frank Sinatra exhibit

The Hoboken Historical Museum will host numerous events in June, and plans to extend the “Frank Sinatra: The Man, the Voice and the Fans” exhibit through the end of the year. This decision stemmed from the “unprecedented public interest”, said a museum spokesperson. “The Real Poop on Pigeons: Paintings by Kevin McCloskey” will have it’s opening […]

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Memorial Day Events in Jersey City!

The Jersey City Vietnam Veterans Committee will host its 20th annual Memorial Day remembrance ceremony at 3 p.m. on Monday, Memorial Day, at the Pershing Field Vietnam Veterans memorial. A Memorial Day parade will be held Monday at 9 a.m. at the Polish War Veterans Center at Jersey Avenue & Exchange Place. A Memorial Day […]

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Hot Summer…Hot Housing Market Still on the Rise

What a hot 2015 summer and even hotter housing market to go with it. Recent reports show home values up 7% from last year while inventory continues to drop down another .9% from 2014. Doesn’t get much better than this for home owners.  Contact me to know your property’s value and to determine if now’s the time to […]

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Get Your Sommelier Skills On With NJ Wine Festivals & Events

Looking to get out of town for the day and do something festive this weekend? Look no further, this weekend kicks off  the New Jersey Wine Festivals and Events. Beginning with The Summer Chill Wine Festival this Saturday August 15th. Sip, Savor & Enjoy at 10 NJ Wineries offering their latest vintages for tasting and […]

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Still Lot’s To Do This Summer In NJ

Summer still in full stride with beautiful weather and lot’s of fun things to do. Films, Galleries, Museums and Live Performances. See what’s happening in your town or explore another right here.

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Hudson Restaurant Week 2015

Get your appetites ready! Hudson Restaurant Week is back with discounted prix-fixe meals available at over 30 local restaurants. From July 27 to August 7, locals can go to Jersey City, Hoboken, Bayonne, Weehawken, Secaucus, West New York and even Edgewater in Bergen County to get discounted lunch or dinner. Lunch prix-fixe meals range from $12 to […]

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Destination Cuba?

This article from The Real Deal captured my attention, especially having grown up in a Cuban dominated Miami, Florida. Developers are chomping at the bit to break ground on Cuban soil that hasn’t been touched in over 50 years. I’m excited at the opportunity to experience the beauty and culture of Cuba, I only hope when the time […]

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New Jersey’s Gold Coast No Longer A Niche Market

This article from Real Deal posted back in October 2014 however I thought it was interesting to re-note the launch of  34 real estate projects  in Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, West New York and EdgeWater.  9000 residential units slated to hit the Jersey waterfront. 

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