2014 Aug 23rd

The Hoboken & Downtown JC Open House Google Map for Saturday, August 23rd & Sunday, August 24th, 2014

The Original and Best Open House Google Map!

 

Courtesy of the Turoff Realty Team

No need to register! No form to fill out!

Just click on the map below to see every Open House in Hoboken this weekend:

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Click HERE to see the Downtown Jersey City Open House Map

When you look at the maps, place markers are color coded:

  • Studios & 1BRs are red
  • 2BRs are green
  • 3BRs & Bigger are yellow
  • New listings are marked with a Push Pin icon (in the same color scheme.)

Click the “Address”, “Price” “Bed” or “Details” columns to sort the list of open houses in ascending or descending order.

Click on the location marker for:

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2014 Aug 20th

The Weekly Wednesday Wrap-Up – Hoboken Residential Sales and Activity for the Week of August 20th, 2014

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As of August 20th, 2014:

  • 162 active Hoboken listings
  • 150 Condo & Co-op listings, compared to 156 last week
  • 4 Single-family listings, compared to 4 last week
  • 8 Multi-family listings, compared to 8 last week

This Week’s Residential Property Sales & Activity:

  • 12 DABOs (Deposit Accepted By Owner and Under Contract) vs. 13 last week
  • 20 Sold vs 17 last week
  • 15 New listings vs. 23 last week
  • 4 Price changes vs. 15 last week
  • 2 expired listings vs. 3 last week

 

Studio & 1-Bedroom Properties

62 Active listings

8 New listings

0 Price changes

6 DABOs

  • 527 Jefferson St., 1 listed April 24 for $345K; reduced June 3 to $330K;
  • 322 Madison St., 8 listed May 29 for $338K;
  • 212 Madison St., 1A listed Aug 4 for $340K;
  • 80 Park Ave., 2F listed June 11 for $390K;
  • 830 Monroe St., 4G listed July 31 for $475K;
  • 1500 Washington St., 3N listed Mar 28 for $550K; reduced July 23 to $525K;

4 Sold

  • 423 Adams St., 4L listed June 24 for $300K; sold for $309K;
  • 227 Monroe St., 1L listed April 22 for $348K;  sold for $344K;
  • 700 1st St., 15U listed May 28 for $450K;  sold for $465K;
  • 322 Hudson St., 4 listed June 12 for $500K;  sold for $500K;

 

2-Bedroom Properties

74 Active listings

5 New listings

4 Price changes

4 DABOs

  • 1008 Garden St., 3 listed July 29 for $450K;
  • 324 Garden St.,. 3 listed Aug 5 for $485K;
  • 116 Madison St., 2 listed May 5 for $675K;
  • 1100 Maxwell Ln., 504 listed June 24 for $1.149M;
13 Sold
  • 815 Park Ave., 5R listed May 9 for $369K; reduced May 19 to $350K; sold for $358K;
  • 717 Adams St., 2L listed May 14 for $429K; sold for $419K;
  • 1114 Hudson St., 9 listed April 25 for $450K; sold for $440K;
  • 1007 Willow Ave., 9 listed May 28 for $499K; sold for $495K;
  • 1110 Clinton St., 6 listed July 9 for $499K; sold for $499K;
  • 1330 Clinton St., 301 listed June 6 for $600K; sold for $615K;
  • 1029 Garden St., 3 listed June 18 for $600K; sold for $620K;
  • 1200 Grand St., 317 listed May 8 for $649K; sold for $649K;
  • 700 1st St., 12P listed May 12 for $625K; sold for $660K;
  • 108-112 Monroe St., 5B listed May 30 for $675K; sold for $670K;
  • 415 Adams St., 4 listed June 12 for $649K; sold for $675K;
  • 1100 Adams St., 412 listed May 15 for $789K; sold for $789K;
  • 2 Constitution Ct., 416 listed May 27 for $959K; increased July 31 to $993K; sold for $959K;

 

3-Bedroom & Larger Properties

14 Active listings

2 New listings

0 Price changes

8 Multi-Family Active listings

4 Single-Family Active listings

2 DABOs

  • 807 Clinton St., 2C listed Aug 6 for $689K;
  • 517 Garden St., listed Aug 8 for $1.589M;

3 sold

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2014 Aug 18th

NECESSARY to have Residential Structures as High at 15 to 16 stories in Hoboken???

I received an email from the developers of the proposed high-rise rental building at 1300 Jefferson Street.  They are again going before the city to request a zoning variance in order to build higher than the permitted 6 stories.
According to their own letter, buildings of 15 or 16 stories are “not particularly an issue on these blocks on the very edge of town”.  Not particularly an issue?  Says whom?  Where does one even begin to take issue with that statement?  Do the people who own homes at the Upper Grand have an issue with it?  I would bet most do.  Do people living in Hoboken who drive in rush hour traffic have an issue?  What about those who use the sewer system?  I could go on but you can see for yourself the mind-boggling disregard for the effect this sort of development has on the surrounding community in their own words below.  Why, one might ask, is it “necessary” to build as high at 16 stories for Hoboken to have a bowling alley or other recreational facilities?  Do they mean to say that in order for us to maximize our profit in the project, if we tell you we will give you any recreational space, you must give us an extra 10 stories of apartments to rent???  Doesn’t one typically pay to go bowling or rock climb?  So these recreational facilities are not some kind of gift to the neighborhood.  They are to be for-profit businesses which should stand on their own, no?  Will they be built when the similarly promised tennis courts and swimming pools other developers told Hoboken we would be getting are finished?  Oh, wait, that never actually happened.  Do we want more rental units this large?  Or do developers prefer to build rentals to condos because they get their financing more easily, take their profits quicker and out?  Just some things to think about.
Hello All,
Just a reminder that if you haven’t already completed the City’s survey for the Western Edge Redevelopment Zone, tomorrow is the closing date.  For all of you that want to see more indoor recreational venues in Hoboken, please complete the survey at http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/darlene-2/western-edge/ .  Note you will have to write in request for bowling and rock climbing.  Also note that in order to devote as much area of a block to low rise areas like these indoor activities, it will be necessary to have residential structures as high as 15 to 16 stories, not particularly an issue on these blocks on the very edge  of town.   Finally, please remember that Wednesday, August 20th is the date for the public hearing on the direction of the redevelopment plan for this Zone.  The City takes very seriously the feedback from the community and if you want your voice to be heard, and your interests to be represented, please attend the meeting:
Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Multi Service Center conference room
124 Grand Street, Hoboken, NJ
We hope to see you all there!
Best regards,
Hany Ahmed and Mark L Villamar
So yes, as they say, please attend the meeting and let the City (the developers don’t even realize we are a City, not a town) know how you feel about it.

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