Bijou Properties

Bijou Properties – 1422 Grand Street – Hoboken, NJ

Bijou Properties is a Real Estate developer in Hoboken that enjoys working on “green” properties.

Their main projects include the Garden Street Lofts – and the old Hostess Building next door, which houses the uptown CVS, New York Sports Club, Chase Bank (and is one of the few buildings in Hoboken with a “Green roof”).

Bijou moved their offices to 15th & Grand (above the Pilsener Haus & Biergarten) in 2012. They used to share the converted church office building with Dean Marchetto Architects at 1225 Willow Ave.

Description: Real Estate Developer
Address: 1422 Grand Ave, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Web: http://www.bijouproperties.com
Telephone: (201) 222-2580

3 Responses

  1. keenobserver says:

    This is the same developer that got city hall to close the street alongside his Garden Street Lofts–Garden Street between 14th and 15th. So his condo buyers get a nice cobblestoned side yard complete with park benches and the city loses a full block of parking and a thoroughfare that would’ve reduced congestion. It’s nice to have friends at City Hall so they can turn a public street into a private amenity.

    • homeworld says:

      I remember reading that eventually that street was supposed to reopen. I guess not, since it’s been like 4 years.[quote comment=”198530″]This is the same developer that got city hall to close the street alongside his Garden Street Lofts–Garden Street between 14th and 15th. So his condo buyers get a nice cobblestoned side yard complete with park benches and the city loses a full block of parking and a thoroughfare that would’ve reduced congestion. It’s nice to have friends at City Hall so they can turn a public street into a private amenity.[/quote]

  2. ntableman says:

    Wow I wish that the new park would be just for us, but in reality it will be a nice park addition to the area where people can hang out and relax from a hard week of work and kids and parents can roam. Also, it will be great to NOT have another express lane in that part of town. We have an incredible transportation network but people constantly complain about car issues. Get on a bus, bike, even *gasp* walk. And another park will be a great place to go for either of the later. I moved from the other end of town to be by more parks and cannot be more thrilled there will be even more than I expected.

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