Hoboken Daily News Inc

Hoboken Daily News

Description – Newsstand & Convenience Store & former eye sore.
Services – Newspapers, magazines, smokes, beverages and everything else you’d find in a convenience store.
Address – 500 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – 201-656-1955

Old Photo from 2006:

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14 Responses

  1. homeworld says:

    I guess they want to spruce up before 711 opens.

  2. realstuff says:

    I beleive that our ‘piece of work’ former Mayor Roberts still owns the building and leases the store out. I heard a rumor that he also owns the building where the 7-11 is going?

    • hobozoo says:

      no it’s not mr robert’s, it’s owned by some ignorant c**t who doesn’t care for small business whatsoever….

      In response to realstuff who said:

      I beleive that our ‘piece of work’ former Mayor Roberts still owns the building and leases the store out. I heard a rumor that he also owns the building where the 7-11 is going?

  3. Biffy B For Mayor says:

    This renovation has been in the works for what seems like years now. I could not be more excited :)

  4. krewedetat says:

    This is long overdue. I guess now that our former mayor is unemployed he can spend some time on his properties. Should we expect him to start posting here next?

  5. plywood says:

    While some will say Hoboken Daily News needs an overhaul, I liked it as is. As mentioned earlier, I believe this “modernization” is a direct result of the 7 eleven biting at their heels. Just because the price of real estate in Hoboken has spiked it doesn’t mean every place needs to be a lot of slick surfaces with a corporate identity package. Please spare the wrecking ball for Schnackenberg’s, what’s left of Stemple Pharmacy, Mario’s bar, Giovanni D’Italia, our firehouses, etc. New doesn’t always mean better.

  6. plywood says:

    I also acknowledge that there is a fine line between “well worn antique” and “deferred maintenance / garbage”.

  7. krewedetat says:

    plywood, you’re showing your bias.

  8. mikey578041 says:

    I go to this place all the time as I live around the corner. The guys that work there are very concerned about the 7-11 opening up. I believe he said “god please help is” when I mentioned it the other day

    • plywood says:

      Other than Slurpees, we need a 7 eleven at that intersection about the same as we need a “Build-a-bear Workshop”. And doesn’t DD sell basically a Slurpee anyway? And doesn’t a card shop across the street have a “Build-a-bear” knock off? Maybe the town retail community could generate some buzz as a sanctioned “Mall of America” franchise.”god please help is” indeed.

      In response to mikey578041 who said:

      I go to this place all the time as I live around the corner. The guys that work there are very concerned about the 7-11 opening up. I believe he said “god please help is” when I mentioned it the other day

    • HomeTeam says:

      I don’t think 7-11 sells their type of magazines and dvds, so they have that going for them

      In response to mikey578041 who said:

      I go to this place all the time as I live around the corner. The guys that work there are very concerned about the 7-11 opening up. I believe he said “god please help is” when I mentioned it the other day

  9. Ktaylor2112 says:

    The owner both rude and greedy and not to mention told me ” go tell if you want i dont care!” this was his response to me not 15 minutes ago. I tried to buy an aspirin for fiance whose head hurt so bad her eye was throbbing. I tried using my debit. Ard and he said nO that he only makes 20cents on the dollar and charging a dollar is not working for him. Despite clear credit card rules about customers being able to charge for any amount. After i told him id notify the correct tthe credit card companies and better business bureau. As a small business owner i provide services by the law and to come across another business owner that is nOt only rude but doesnt operate by the letter of the law.
    Well i wont stop until his merchant account holder knows he is violating his agreement with them. 😡

    • HomeTeam says:

      Unfortunately, he is actually in the right on this one. When the banking and credit card reforms went through, part of those changes allowed merchants to require a $10 minimum.[quote comment=”214247″]The owner both rude and greedy and not to mention told me ” go tell if you want i dont care!” this was his response to me not 15 minutes ago. I tried to buy an aspirin for fiance whose head hurt so bad her eye was throbbing. I tried using my debit. Ard and he said nO that he only makes 20cents on the dollar and charging a dollar is not working for him. Despite clear credit card rules about customers being able to charge for any amount. After i told him id notify the correct tthe credit card companies and better business bureau. As a small business owner i provide services by the law and to come across another business owner that is nOt only rude but doesnt operate by the letter of the law. Well i wont stop until his merchant account holder knows he is violating his agreement with them. [/quote]

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