NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts & Accessories

Dave’s Auto Parts to become 7 story mixed-use building

Update: Here is what the proposed new building will be at 301 Newark Street, former home of NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts. According to the developer, the application status is still “pending.” If approved, it will be seven stories, with ground floor retail (nail salon, dry cleaner, frozen yogurt).

(Thanks Sean for the tip.)

301 Newark Street Hoboken NJ Real Estate old NAPA Dave's Auto Parts

NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts & Accessories moves in Hoboken

More changes abound in Hoboken. NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts & Accessories is on the move.

NAPA auto parts closes and moves in Hoboken NJ

Dave’s Auto Parts on the move

From the “flood zone” near Newark & Willow – over to another semi-flood-zone on the western edge right at the entrance of Hoboken (660 Newark Street).

I have to say, Dave’s Auto Parts always did the job right for us. From simple repairs to state inspections.

In and out with little fuss. Glad they’re staying in Hoboken.

Wonder if they got “an offer they couldn’t refuse,” or did it just make better sense to re-locate. As you may know, that whole Neumann Leathers parcel may get gutted completely. So we’ll see!

Description: Auto Parts and Repair
Address: 301 Newark St, 660 Newark St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 792-9721

NAPA Dave's Auto Parts moving to 660 Newark Street Hoboken NJ

NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts & Accessories

Old location “back in the day…” (photos taken winter 2006 – yeah, Hoboken411 has been rock solid for a long time…)

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28 Comments on "NAPA – Dave’s Auto Parts & Accessories"

adamview2
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adamview2

I heard its approved already and they are starting work next month. I wonder how that got past Zimmer. 👿 I was walking done the street and they already are starting demolition work.

adamview2
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adamview2

down the[quote comment=”221804″]I heard its approved already and they are starting work next month. I wonder how that got past Zimmer. I was walking done the street and they already are starting demolition work.[/quote]

prag
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I know people across the street received notice maybe a year ago about a meeting to discuss a variance to the height of the building. This usually means that someone wants to tear it down and build something taller. I think they want to go from 3 to five stories. As with everything on this block ANYTHING would be an improvement over the eyesores that currently sit there.

strand tramp
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strand tramp

98 accords cam in FWd and AWD and 2 or 4 wheel anti lock brakes so it’s tough to say right off the bat what your car has…in addition some cars use a cable to actuate small shoes in the rear as a parking brake rather than the main pads on the disc. either way, if you are going to look for a local mecanic to do the replacement for you at the very least you need to go to a dealer with your detailed model information (usually they can get your specs from the VIN) and buy OEM brake components. the factory pads are designed for your vehicles weight and disc material. aftermarket pads can squeak or produce a lot of dust. you just go to the PARTS dept and tell the guy what you need. and then take the boxes with you to whichever local mechanic you choose to replace the parts. i’m still wondering why you were told you only need rears? remember pads/discs and shoes/drums.

JJ
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Well I have the quote at home so maybe I thought it was pads and shoes. I know I need shoes… Its a 98 Honda Accord

drdrool
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drdrool

go to pep boys or sears. Drop that junker off, catch the path to work and pick it up on the way home. Real easy.

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