Hoboken photo leftovers: Dec. 8th
Hoboken photo remains of the week: December 8, 2012
More post-Hurricane Sandy updates, sewerage, construction, rehabilitation, gas pipes and much more, as we continue the weekly photo gallery feature here on Hoboken411 – the “Hoboken Photo Remains of the Week.”
See below for descriptions…
What else happened in Hoboken last week?
In the photo gallery above:
- Photo 1: Hooray! Garden Wine & Liquor is back in business after a month and a half of hard work! Go buy a six-pack or bottle of something to help Phil get back to speed!
- Photo 2: It really did stink near that Willow14 construction project. They even had air quality sensors. But I suspect it’s as corrupt as most politicians in Hudson County.
- Photo 3: Work slowly continues to repair the collapsed soccer field at Sinatra Park, with heavy construction equipment clogging views of NYC. That whole area is cursed with bad karma.
- Photos 4-7: More shots of that massive Spectra natural gas pipeline so precariously near to Hoboken. Why would they put something so “explosive” SO CLOSE to an important transit hub? Couldn’t they have put it in Bayonne or something?
- Photos 8-16: Like they promised, Vagabondia Vintage opened their pop-up store yesterday. Stop by often, as new inventory comes frequently.
- Photos 17-19: You should swing by the ShopRite – it’s a surreal feeling to see how empty that whole area is. They hope to open up by the Super Bowl, perhaps.
- Photo 20: We have a new Starbucks in town! Well, sorta – Crumbs Bake Shop now serves Starbucks coffee, too.
- Photo 21: Need a job? Help wanted over at the upcoming Little Town New Jersey on the Hoboken waterfront. Good people to work for!
- Photo 22: Construction happening fast and furious over at Maxwell Place uptown. Toll Brothers was also in the news last week for their multi-million dollar stockholder settlement.
- Photos 23-25: “I love the smell of freshly treated raw sewage in the morning.” A quote from the Hoboken version of Apocalypse Now. Well, not really – just a scene depicting the North Hudson Sewerage Authority’s contribution to our lovely waterfront.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!