2018 Jul 4th

The Weekly Wednesday Wrap Up for the Week Ending July 4th

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As of July 4, 2018:

  •   267 active Hoboken listings
  •   237 Condo & Co-op listings, compared to 242 last week
  •  30 Single-family and Multi-family compared to 31 last week.

 This Week’s Residential Property Sales & Activity:

Studio & 1-Bedroom Properties

82 Active

10 New

5 Pending

8 Sold

2-Bedroom Properties

103 Active

17 New

11 Pending

 13 Sold

3-Bedroom & larger Properties

51 Active

4 New

3 Pending

  • 502 Jeff #3 – listed 6/27 for $699k.
  • 502 Hudson #4 – listed 6/20 for $1.185mil.
  • 722 Jeff 5A – listed 6/21 for $2.2mil.
None sold.

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Sales numbers rounded up for convenience.  Information is deemed to be reliable but not guaranteed.

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2018 Jun 27th

The Hoboken Weekly Wednesday Wrap Up – for the Week Ending June 27th

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As of June 27, 2018:

  •   256 active Hoboken listings
  •   240 Condo & Co-op listings, compared to 234 last week
  •  31 Single-family and Multi-family compared to 32 last week.

 This Week’s Residential Property Sales & Activity:


Studio & 1-Bedroom Properties

80 Active

12 New

6 Pending

3 Sold


2-Bedroom Properties

104 Active

25 New

8 Pending

 10 Sold

3-Bedroom & larger Properties

56 Active

7 New

8 Pending

  • 89 Jeff 5B, listed 4/15 for $1.1mil.
  • 1404 Grand 3B, listed 5/11 for $1.295mil.
  • 722 Jeff 4B, listed 6/19 for $1.5mil.
  • 609 Observer PH3, listed 4/16 for $1.6mil.
  • 1125 Maxwell 415, listed 6/14 for $1.685mil.
  • 1125 Maxwell 825, listed 4/20 for $1.85mil.
  • 722 Jeff 5A, listed 6/21 for $2.2mil.
  • 333 Park #1, listed 6/15 for $2.35mil.
4 Sold
  • 520 Park #2, listed 3/7 for $899k, sold for $899k.
  • 800 Jackson 914, listed 3/27 for $900k, sold for $940k.
  • 662 1st St. 3B, listed 3/19 for $1.2mil, sold for $1.185mil.
  • 1400 Hudson 1106, listed 2/7 for $1.49mil, sold for $1.519mil.

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2018 Jun 25th

Hoboken Master Plan Meeting TONIGHT – 6/25

THIS MATTERS! IF YOU CARE ABOUT HOBOKEN’S FUTURE – EDUCATE YOURSELF AND COME TO THE MEETING.

From my Councilwoman:

6/25 – MASTER PLAN RE-EXAM 2nd and Potentially Final Public Hearing.  124 Grand / Multi Service Center 7-9pm

 

This is singly (sic) the MOST IMPORTANT DOCUMENT for Hoboken and sets the stage for potential zoning changes including building heights, density, uses.  Included in this plan are some of the more controversial changes: recommendations for up-zoning and 4 structures over 200 feet on the top of the hill for Stevens and changing the designation of the residential areas south of 4th street from R1 to R2 to increase density (ability to build more units & taller structures) and add more ground floor commercial.   My main criticism of the plan are threefold:
Click HERE to find links to the Re-Exam and the Land Use element documents.  I plan to attend this important meeting again tonightand I hope you do as well.   If the plan is approved tonight, the council then determines what, if any, actions it will take to codify recommendations and make official zoning changes.  The council did not codify recommendations under prior undertakings (2004 Masterplan and 2010 re-exam).

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