Category Archives: Manhattan


Luxurious Living at the Hudson Tea Condos

Located in Hoboken New Jersey on the previous site of the headquarters of its namesake, Lipton Tea, the Hudson Tea Condos offer luxury loft-style condos overlooking the Hudson River and midtown Manhattan. Convenience and accessibility, beautiful urban views and escapes to more natural settings, luxurious home amenities, the Hudson Tea Condos offer it all. Convenience […]


Maxwell Place on the Hudson

Picture yourself waking to sun pouring in through an expansive window, illuminating both the spacious room around you and the breathtaking urban view that awaits just beyond the window panes. You stroll across the varnished hardwood floors and out into the bright modern kitchen, admiring the dark oak wood cabinets, quartz stone countertops, and professional-grade […]



Progress on Berry Lane Park

The eleven properties that make up the Berry Lane Park Project in Jersey City, set to open in late 2015,  are being transformed from a graffiti covered eyesore into something magnificent. Where once were decaying buildings, you will see a baseball field, a soccer field, tennis courts, rain gardens and such.   This project has […]


To Stuff or Not to Stuff

  An age old question at this time of year is whether to put the stuffing inside or outside of the bird. There’s probably just as much controversy about the subject in the Jersey City/Hoboken area as there is throughout the rest of the country. We’ll explore the pros and cons and let the people […]


Washington Street Update

The American Planning Association recently designated Washington Street in Hoboken as a “Great Street”. That’s pretty good. However, since Washington Street is the main street in the central business district for Hoboken, the city can’t just rest on its designated laurels. They have been working on options to make a new and (we hope) improved […]


Is a Wall Enough?

The town of Jersey City is getting ready to join Hoboken and New York in a project that they hope will prevent another catastrophe like Hurricane Sandy. They plan to construct a two-mile-long seawall that would be eight feet higher than the present ten-foot wall. That is four feet higher than the 14-foot storm surge […]



What Scares You the Most?

The night is dark. The kids have had their tricks and treats. They’ve watched “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”, and are now asleep. It’s time for some grown up scary stuff. What movies do you like to watch here in the Jersey area? Do you like blood and gore, or do you prefer suspense? […]