Empty Hoboken Storefronts

Do you notice all the empty Hoboken storefronts?

Everyone knows that in any city – businesses come and go.

And you can check compilations like the Hoboken411 Year in Review to see that there is certainly a “revolving door” environment of new and failed businesses.

While you typically could spot a “for rent” sign or two here or there in your daily travels – how about over a dozen empty storefronts on Washington Street just from 6th St. south?

While Spring is typically the start of Real Estate season – it’s not like we had a brutal winter. One storm that melted away fast.

Just an anomaly? Or a sign of more blight coming our way?

Greetings from Empty Hoboken Storefronts


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4 Comments on "Empty Hoboken Storefronts"

yourbrainondrugs
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yourbrainondrugs

Patricia’s Yarns. RIP…

animal_lover
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animal_lover

what BS PR is the city spinning now? 1,000 outdoor cafes?

yourbrainondrugs
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yourbrainondrugs

I see Clems has closed. I never saw anybody in there. What is next. GNC, Lukes Lobster Roll, Planet Mac. Total Nutrition Kitchen. The store is set up just like the previous business. It looks exactly the same. Right down to no customers in the store. That place went out of business in 6 months.

When you consider the rent on Washington St with the products these stores are selling is anybody surprised when these places last 6 months.

As for Clems, how many Cheesteak restaurants did Hoboken really need?

Frankie
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Frankie

Never stepped foot in there myself. But they did last a couple years.

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