Tag: N.J

Hoboken Brownstone Company Sponsors the New Jersey Entry to the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon

Hoboken-based Developer One Of The Leading Innovators in Energy-Efficient Building Practices and Technology Hoboken Brownstone principals Daniel Gans and George Vallone are proud sponsors of the New Jersey entry in the US Department of Education’s (DOE) biennial Solar Decathlon, a worldwide competition that challenges collegiate students from across the globe to design, build, and operate…

Decorated Pine Townhome Will Grand Open March 12th at Baker Residential’s Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley

Baker Residential will debut a brand new three-bedroom decorated townhome on Saturday, March 12th at Mountain Ridge at Panther Valley, the fast-selling residential neighborhood rising in this sought-after Allamuchy Township community. The nearly 2,900 square-foot Pine design – the largest at Mountain Ridge – will make its heralded Grand Opening that day starting at 11…

The Pointe at Turnbury Passes 50 Percent Sold Mark

A mid-February spell of warm weather and a flurry of ensuing home buying activity has put The Pointe at Turnbury, the active adult community in Monmouth Junction, only five miles from Princeton, past the 50 percent sold mark. The 55-and-better community has enjoyed success from a variety of active adult buyers, including empty-nesters who are…

$7,500 for Savvy Homebuyers at The Pointe at Turnbury

For 55-and-better adults shopping for a new home at The Pointe at Turnbury, it pays to buy before the end of March. Millennium Homes, the builder of The Pointe at Turnbury, recently announced that it will offer a $7,500 bonus to anyone who purchases a home at the community now through March 31. The bonus…

Wall Street Journal: Harrison Tries to Score With Development

Nearly a year after the Red Bull Arena opened its doors in Harrison, N.J., the urban rebirth some had hoped for the Hudson County town has yet to gel, but signs of development are beginning to emerge. Once a thriving manufacturing and distribution center nicknamed the “Beehive of Industry,” Harrison was home to factories for…