Uptown Hoboken isn’t starved for choices when it comes to grocery stores. Trader Joe’s, Kings, and ShopRite are all accessible food shopping options in the area — and lucky for us, we’re about to get another. Brooklyn-based shop Dumbo Market is officially coming to Hoboken at 1425 Washington Street, and construction has already begun on the vacant (and massive) space. This move marks Dumbo Market’s first New Jersey location. We’ve covered what you need to know about this new uptown supermarket. Read on to learn more about Dumbo Market, coming soon to Hoboken.
Per Jersey Digs, workers broke ground on the vacant space at 1425 Washington Street — which will soon be home to Dumbo Market. This building will also soon house Bond Vet, which will be opening locations in both Hoboken and Jersey City. Plans for the building can be seen here.
Currently, Dumbo Market is located at 66 Front Street in Brooklyn (in the Dumbo neighborhood, fittingly) as well as 205 Smith Street, also in Brooklyn. According to the spot’s Instagram, the team aims to provide ‘quality service and great customer satisfaction.’ This move marks the grocery store’s first venture into New Jersey.
According to Jersey Digs, this supermarket “will offer an extensive selection of organic and specialty items, and their Brooklyn locations offer fresh fish, meat, and hot food departments.” It is also supposedly going to have online ordering with curbside pickup options as well.
The size of the space, according to Jersey Digs, is said to be 14,000 square feet. It’s confirmed to be bigger than both Kings (about 7,000 square feet) and Trader Joe’s (about 12,000 square feet) — so we’re expecting a fairly massive supermarket.
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As for an opening date, we don’t have one just yet — but HG will keep you posted as soon as we know. To stay in the loop on all the latest news and happenings, follow @thehobokengirl on TikTok and Instagram.