Hudson Tea Building

mixed reviews

Description – Loft rentals / condominiums. Industrial conversion.
Website –
Address –
1500 Hudson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030
Telephone –
(201) 792-8900

But they have a great secret path around the place in the back… (see below)

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Friday, October 12, 2007 11:56 am

Am I the only one that thinks Pier C is ridiculous?

Just make another Pier A. A rectangular lot, maximize the space and implify the construction.

Friday, October 12, 2007 11:49 am

[quote comment=”48180″]We’re never going to get a big central park spread.[/quote]

bmac, maybe not Central Park, but closer to Prospect if the SW6 plan becomes reality. 1600 Park Avenue also holds promise. If we only had taken the Master Plan recommendations seriously, we would not be spending so much time on this issue. The groundwork is all laid out there.

We desperately NEED to have a whole new city administration and an effective county representative if any of these plans (dreams at this point) are to become reality.

Friday, October 12, 2007 11:37 am

Tot lots don’t take up a lot of space. Ball fields do. We have umpteen thousand people jammed into a tiny area, hemmed in by the cliff, the river and industrial zones on both ends (the PATH yard and the no-go-zone at the Weehawken bridges).

We’re never going to get a big central park spread. Get used to it. If you want to play 11 vs. 11 football, take it to the Weehawken park that just opened on the river. Or to the gigantic spread of grass at Liberty Park. That place is so large that you could do Civil War re-enactments over there, complete with live ammunition and real cannonballs, and still not bother anybody.

Friday, October 12, 2007 11:33 am

Thanks, Foster. I always roll my eyes when Ruben Ramos or Terry LaBruno or anyone else says “It is so much better now. We had skinned knees from playing on empty lots!” Problem is, there are no more empty lots!

In the neighborhood I grew up in, we played on a dead end street in the neighborhood. There are none of those around here either and it takes an act of congress to close down a street for the people. All it takes for developers to get that done though is put up some cones.

Friday, October 12, 2007 11:20 am

[quote comment=”48122″]Jesus people, how many times do we need to say it. If what you are looking for is grassy fields, lush wooded areas, and properly proportioned: baseball diamonds, football fields, hockey rinks, soccer fields, etc. — then you should wise up and move (or drive the 45 mins) to the jersey burbs. This really isn’t that complicated of an issue and I’m sick of hearing about it. Next it’s going to be why the new Pier C doesn’t have a little league stadium or something of a similar argument. Puh-lease![/quote]

Who is looking for grassy fields and lush wooded areas? I’m sure the kids would take an occasional vacant lot if there were any left. I would just like to see a few well thought out parks & recreation areas to accomodate the increase in population. All great cities big and small balance thier development so they can take care of thier existing citizens. We seem to only care about the the amenities for those moving into the next, newest development.

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