We’ve previously covered how ‘Today’ show anchor Natalie Morales’ brownstone was quickly under contract after it was listed. The quick signing has now closed and we can confirm that listing sold at its full asking price
The Hoboken Historical Museum announced that tickets are now available for one of Hoboken’s most popular fall events, the Annual Hoboken House Tour, on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 10 am – 4 pm. This year’s tour will feature about 9 private residences—including Victorian brownstones and brand-new condos, as well as converted factories and churches—plus a few bonus historic sites, graciously opened to visitors by Museum supporters to help raise funds.
A new Hoboken hotel coming to a site adjacent to the downtown post office has been discussed for a bit of time. But seeing is believing, and a new website with detailed plans from KMS Development Partners shows renderings of what we think would be a beautiful and complimentary addition to our waterfront.
Multiple sources have confirmed to Hoboken, Inc. that Ernst & Young (EY) is coming to the Hoboken waterfront. The venerable accounting and consulting firm will set up shop at 121 River Street, occupying four floors and approximately 170,000 square feet. The firm is targeting a move in date of December 2017.
Natalie Morales, one of the anchors of the ‘Today Show’, listed her Hoboken brownstone for sale on June 8th, for $3.1 million. And we can confirm that the property went under contract almost immediately – on June 14th.
The following is a Guest Post by Andrew Price:
North America is such an amazing continent. I just came back from Mexico, which is always a wonderful experience, and it always amazes me how much variety there is on one continent. Mega cities, ancient ruins, some of the most beautiful rolling hillside towns filled with Spanish architecture. You can go from tundra to tropics. Most of it is just half a day of traveling away, and very affordable compared to Europe. We are on a lucky continent. You’re forbidden from generalizing North American urbanism without visiting a least a few of the places on the Pueblo Mágico list.
When I first visited Mexico, it shocked me how much inequality there was between the rich and the poor. Mexico City is up there among the most beautiful cities in the world…
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