Hoboken Photo Leftovers for March 15th

Hoboken photo remains of the week: March 15, 2014

Hoboken Photo Leftovers March 15 2014

In the Hoboken Photo Leftovers gallery below:

  • Photo 1: {#MIRACLE} Looks like someone had a “talking to,” as the stroller blockage at 12th & Washington is done (for now).
  • Photo 2: {#REACTIVE} Our post about the Hoboken Huddle Graveyard left behind at Pier A Park got action, as it was CLEANED UP finally.
  • Photo 3: {#JERSEYSHORE} Fresh Boardwalk Burgers is just a few weeks away from giving midtown residents more food choices.
  • Photo 4: {#REALTOR-TOWN} Halstead Properties finished their move and makeover. Kinda sucks though that prime spots on Washington is being gobbled up by Realtors.
  • Photo 5: {#CHOP-SHOP} Almost ready to open is the Men’s version of Hoboken Hair. Guys getting props these days. Guess they still make more than ladies.
  • Photo 6: {#PULSE} Action (in slow motion) at the old Mercury Lot as a new building will fill part of the void.

Not a shabby weekend in store!

About Hoboken Photo Leftovers

Hoboken Photo Leftovers is part of the Hoboken411 Photo of the Day series.

These are photos that didn’t necessarily warrant an individual posting on Hoboken411.

They may have been related to other stories – or completely independent. These photographs are remnants of our travels in the past week. But equally important in maintaining an historical record of “life as we know it” in the Mile Square City.

At the same time, these photographs may also mirror the unique personal opinion of the publisher of Hoboken411.com.

Regardless, the pictures add to the “virtual encyclopedia” that this site now represents. Thank you for your readership!

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All hail to Ratatouille the healthy Hoboken rat that feeds on Hoboken garbage and foods left on carriages. It was shortly after his discovery of the carriages that they are off the sidewalk.


There may be a story in your photos. As a former Super Fund site, would anyone really want to rely on information supplied by government agencies and trust that it’s safe to move a family onto that property? Didn’t the same agencies tell the artists who lived there that it was safe back then? Fast forward to now and who is developing that property? Were permits issued around the same time as the filing deadline for the recent municipal election? Is there a relationship between the two? Are the developers or realtors showing the property required to disclose the fact that the new homes are built on a former Super Fund site? I’m not saying there is anything suspect there, but it would be worth doing some investigative reporting.