Tagged: Real Estate Businesses

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Hoboken in NY Times

They mention NJ’s lack of warehouses, and ironically how many previous warehouses/factories are/were converted into condos. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/07/realestate/07njzo.html?ref=realestate

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Classic Realty

Finally opened, taking over that doomed Crema Lita. Description – RealtorServices – They help you buy, sell or rent properties.Website – www.classicrealtynj.com Address – 501 Washington St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030Telephone...

Condominiums

Condominiums

. CONDOMINIUMS109 Grand1100 Adams700 Grove89 Willow800 Jackson – METROSTOP800 Monroe – and more discussed HERE.Adams SquareCitadel Condominium BuildingColumbusConstitution South At The ShipyardCypress PointFields CrossingHarrison CourtHudson Tea BuildingJefferson TrustMaxwell PlaceObserver Lofts (coming summer 2007)Plandome HillsSkyline...

Hoboken Apartment Rentals

Hoboken Apartment Rentals

Hoboken Apartment Rentals APARTMENTS101 Clinton1330 Grand Luxury Rentals (New for 2013!)204 Grand Street LLC333 River StArchstone Hudson ParkBallpark apartmentsClock Tower ApartmentsConstitution North At The ShipyardCourtyard at JeffersonCurling ClubGotham City NorthGrand AdamsHudson Square NorthHudson Square...

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Hoboken Housing Market

Here’s an interesting article about the state of the Real Estate market from Tuesday’s Trenton Times. Funny how this type of information is published in a far-away publication, and not from our local newspapers....

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Christmas Bonuses

It’s reported that Wall Street will hand out over $30 billion dollars in bonuses this year, with Goldman Sachs doling out over $16 billion of it. They’ve apparently profited more this year than any...

Flipper Nation

Flipper Nation

Found this to be a very funny site. Considering Hoboken is a hot topic for real estate (from people who hate the market and hope it fails, to the people who own and live...