Hoboken Photo Leftovers for November 16th

Hoboken photo remains of the week: November 16, 2013

Hoboken Photo Leftovers November 16 2013

In the Hoboken Photo Leftovers gallery below:

  • Photos 1-2: {Ongoing}. Stevens Park is still getting “renovated” (read: property taxpayer money redistribution) – some passerby said that the site “looks more like a crime scene.”
  • Photo 3: Nice to see the Vietnam War Memorial at Pier A Park was decorated for Veterans Day last Monday.
  • Photo 4: {Ongoing}. The Willow14 Mixed Use (and toxic smell) project sludges along. Literally
  • Photos 5-6: {Ongoing}. Amazing progress they’re making at Park and Garden Hoboken uptown – Look at the difference of just one week. Experts!
  • Photos 7-9: Forgot to mention with the previous 14th Street Viaduct project – sidewalks and intersections also getting a “makeover.” Less pedestrians struck by cars? Doubt it.
  • Photo 10: {Ongoing}. Pearson Education also (slowly) plugging along. Ask area residents, and they aren’t experiencing a high “quality of life” as of late…
  • Photo 11: The Brass Rail “changed the font” of their signage, probably hoping for more business. Perhaps they could have changed their culinary vision with more success?
  • Photos 12-13: We told you about the new upcoming Stingray Lounge uptown weeks ago. Now we have physical paper signs to back that up. This will be a welcome addition to the neighborhood for sure!

Hope the rest of your weekend is calm and without stress!

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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