Clam Broth House Corporate Center

5/15/2007 Update:

Here’s a few recent pictures of the construction progress. Read more about this building below.

clam broth house corporate center hoboken may 9 2007 - Clam Broth House Corporate Center
clam broth house corporate center hoboken construction progress may 9 2007 - Clam Broth House Corporate Center
clam broth house corporate center hoboken construction progress may 9 2007 4 - Clam Broth House Corporate Center

4/10/2007 Update:

I have updated pictures somewhere, just can’t find them. Looks much different now.

However, this interesting tidbit was on NJ.com today:

Clam Broth House battle brewing

Diners salivating over the ongoing progress of the renovations at the historic Clam Broth House better start stocking up on wine and beer.

Silently, there is a battle between the owner of the building, Danny Tuttolo, and the owner of the Clam Broth House name and liquor license, Mike Accirdi. If the battle is not resolved, the site could become Hoboken’s largest BYOB (bring your own booze).

Essentially, sources tell me that Accairdi, who runs the neighboring Teak restaurant, wants to move into the ground floor space, bringing the name, the famous sign and the liquor license with him. If not, he wants to get paid handsomely to step aside.
JARRETT RENSHAW

8/9/2006:
See how it’s coming along.

Description: Corporate center located next to gay bar.
Address: 36-42 Newark St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Website: www.theclambrothhouse.com

clam broth house office - Clam Broth House Corporate Center

Their limited website says:

Now reserving office suites for early 2007 occupancy. Still time to customize your space.

A tribute to a famous Hoboken landmark, the center offers clients a state of the art corporate environment with premium quality office space.

The Corporate Center is approximately 35 minutes from any of the major airports: LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark International. Conveniently located, the Corporate Center is within steps of the Path Train terminal, NY Waterways Ferry Service, the Hudson/Bergen Light Rail and the suburban lines of the NJ Transit System, giving clients a number of different commuting possibilities between NJ communities and New York City. There are also many restaurants, banks, shopping and hotels nearby. Monthly parking is available in the nearby municipal garages.

Here’s what the center will look like:
clambrothbetter - Clam Broth House Corporate Center

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hobposer
hobposer
Friday, June 11, 2010 6:24 am

There are a handful of places in town with a Filet on the Menu. The best filet is Dino and Harry’s hands down. They have a petite filet for about 28 and a larger piece for 40. For 28 Clam Broth it is certainly worth a try.

truth1
truth1
Thursday, June 10, 2010 11:17 pm

Give this place a look since it’s interior is conducive to appreciate one’s food and drink. The workmanship is to be noticed and taken in. 😛

Furey
Furey
Thursday, June 10, 2010 8:01 pm

Passed by here last night & the bar and restaurant is open. Looked at the menu, it looks pricey. Filet Mignon $28, for example.

hobposer
hobposer
Reply to  Furey
Thursday, June 10, 2010 9:26 pm

$28 Filet? That is reasonable. FM is on avg 35-45 in city. How bout them Hawks?[quote comment=”193418″]Passed by here last night & the bar and restaurant is open. Looked at the menu, it looks pricey. Filet Mignon $28, for example.[/quote]

matt_72
matt_72
Reply to  hobposer
Thursday, June 10, 2010 10:40 pm

It is reasonable for a nice restaurant w/ quality food. Anyone accusing this place of being such a place? IDK – never been there and don’t plan on being a guinea pig at $28 an entree plus the cost of sides & a good bottle of wine.[quote comment=”193420″]$28 Filet? That is reasonable. FM is on avg 35-45 in city. How bout them Hawks?

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BklynHobo
BklynHobo
Reply to  hobposer
Thursday, June 10, 2010 10:47 pm

Yea really, this isn’t the Outback…$28 is not bad at all for a good filet…now if it tastes like the Outback, then yes $28 is not reasonable…[quote comment=”193420″]$28 Filet? That is reasonable. FM is on avg 35-45 in city. How bout them Hawks?

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nbm3
nbm3
Sunday, November 29, 2009 9:20 am

whats the update on the Clam Broth house? Did they run out of money?

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Sunday, November 29, 2009 9:32 am

Someone forgot to meet someone at Malibu Diner to slip them an envelope.

In response to nbm3 who said:

whats the update on the Clam Broth house? Did they run out of money?

plywood
plywood
Reply to  nbm3
Sunday, November 29, 2009 6:54 pm

Dunno, something’s fishy, everyone clammed up about the project floundering.

In response to nbm3 who said:

whats the update on the Clam Broth house? Did they run out of money?

strand tramp
strand tramp
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 2:38 pm

TofD, it’s actually called a Mansard roof and it’s part of Second Empire era in the mid 1800’s that saw a revival of te style. on this particular structure the architect went further by including a convex mansard for the center section of the roof. and BTW, it is infact quite accurate for Hoboken and NJ architecture. i would direct you to probably the single most impressive private home on Hudson street on the corner of 7th. a completely restored and original mid 1800’s brownstone with a spectacular slate shingled Mansard. the home is as valuable as it is breathtaking.
finally, the single most familiar mansard roofed home in America was the residence of the Addams family on television. the original creator of the series attributed the characters to his neighbors in Plainfield NJ i believe? it’s a Victorian icon and while it can be creepy when capped towers are included, it is accurate for Hoboken.

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