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HDSID Expansion: 26 Jersey City Businesses Added

by Hoboken Girl Team
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This article is sponsored by the HDSID.

A beloved area of Jersey City will be expanding to include new businesses and provide more resources to the community. The Jersey City council recently approved an ordinance to expand the boundaries of the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) — a local non-profit organization that works with local businesses to make Historic Downtown Jersey City a better place to live, work, and visit. The expansion will include 20+ Jersey City spots like White Eagle Hall, Bourke Street Bakery, and The Little Gym. Read on for more about HDSID’s expansion in Jersey City, NJ.


The Expansion

After a two-year process, the Jersey City council approved the expansion of the HDSID to include 22 more businesses within its boundaries, effective immediately following the approval. The expansion includes sections of Marin Boulevard, Monmouth Street, Brunswick Street, 4th Street, and Newark Avenue.

The HDSID expansion is a significant development for our community,” the HDSID team told The Hoboken Girl. “The HDSID is delighted to welcome new businesses into our district and is committed to supporting their growth and success.”

By including new sections in the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District, the organization has the opportunity to extend its services and support to additional Jersey City businesses, “contributing to the vibrancy and economic vitality of the area.” Being a member gives businesses access to support, resources, and opportunities to thrive — like marketing + promotional initiatives, the opportunity to present HDSID’s interests to local government, and community engagement.

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New Businesses in the HDSID

The 26 new businesses in the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District include everything from live music venues and art galleries to bakeries and bars to fitness spots.

Abbey’s Pub, 409 Monmouth Street — American pub food

Art House Productions, 345 Marin Boulevard — non-profit art exhibition and programming space

Barge Inn, 324 3rd Street — old-school Italian food

Bond Vet, 357 Marin Boulevard — veterinary office

Bourke Street Bakery, 331 Marin Boulevard — Australian bakery and cafe


Cellar 335, 335 Newark Avenue — global plates + tropical cocktails served in a cool basement setting with funky decor

The Center for Joint + Spine Relief, 311 Newark Avenue — chiropractic services and pain relief

Diesel and Duke, 389 Monmouth Street — burgers and fries

Haven Dental, 351 Marin Boulevard — dental office

Healy’s Tavern, 374 Newark Avenue — neighborhood bar

Hudson Tea House + Co. Event Space + Corporate Catering, 411 Monmouth Street — event space

Jane Doe, 333 Newark Avenue — new Lounge dining experience


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Kacey Padlo, State Farm Insurance Agent, 419 Monmouth Street — independent insurance provider

The Little Gym, 380 Newark Avenue — indoor kid’s gymnastics gym

Madame, 390 4th Street — French restaurant

Milestones Day Care Programs, 375 Monmouth Street — serving people with intellectual/developmental disabilities throughout their lifetimes

NJ Skateshop Jersey City, 383 Monmouth Street — skate shop and accessories

Power Plant Kitchen, 361 Newark Avenue — plant-based cafe with salads, sandwiches, and drinks

Prato Bakery,371 4th Street — Italian bakery

Rabble + Lion, 156 Brunswick Street — coffee shop

Snap Fitness, 139 Brunswick Street — new 24/7 gym


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Urban Dog, 415 Monmouth Street — fur baby spa and daycare

Village West Gallery, 331 Newark Avenue — art gallery

Wattle Cafe, 351 Marin Boulevard — Australian clean eating

White Eagle Hall, 337 Newark Avenue — popular concert venue

Zero Kid NJ, 381 Monmouth Street — thrift shop


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All About HDSID

The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) is a public-private partnership, 501(C) which allows local business owners to directly impact the neighborhoods in Historic Downtown Jersey City. The non-profit works with local businesses, property owners, and neighborhood associations in partnership with the city government. HDSID also has a clean team on duty seven days a week from 5AM-7PM to ensure the cleanliness of the downtown area.

HDSID also hosts a variety of events throughout the year and hosts some of Chilltown’s favorite farmers’ markets + handmade markets as well as happenings like the All About Downtown Street Fair. Other family-friendly events include live music, holiday celebrations, and more.


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The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District is located in downtown Jersey City. Visit HDSID’s website for more information.

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