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Word on the {Washington} Street: Eagle Hall Opens; New Boutique Location; and More Hoboken and Jersey City News

by Kate Lombardo
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We hope you’re out taking advantage of the sunshine today! But before you do, as any savvy Hudson County resident should, make sure to catch up on all of the latest news stories around the area. If you’re out shopping around town, make sure to read on for a very special announcement, and all of the other things happening around Hoboken and Jersey City in our latest edition of Word on the {Washington} Street: your one-stop-shop news roundup for everything news in Hoboken + JC.

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Introducing the Hoboken Girl Deals Directory 

Everyone knows how much the HG team loves to shop local, and now we’re making it even more fun! We are excited to officially launch the Hoboken Girl Deals Directory — guide to exclusive deals that are free for all of our readers to use 24/7, 365 days per year. All you need to do is mention ‘Hoboken Girl’ and show the deal on your phone to the merchant — or click the deal and use the code if it’s online — to cash in on great deals in the area {it’s that easy — and FREE for all of our readers!}. We’ll be adding new deals each week so make sure to check back often, and stay tuned for our app release, so you can get easy access to all of your favorite spots in Hudson County at the touch of an iPhone/Android button. For inquiries, email [email protected]

No. 18 Boutique Opens this Month

Our uptown girls at No. 18 Boutique are officially opening a brick & mortar in Hoboken later this month. Their new Maxwell location at 1125 Maxwell Place will bring fashion, shoes, handbags, and accessories to town. The boutique’s original location in Summit, NJ opened in November 2014 and sells pieces by L’Agence, Paul & Joe Paris, N. 21, and Rachel Zoe. A recent post on the shop’s Instagram says they’ll be opening around April 22nd. We’ll keep you posted once details are set.

Care Point Health Hospitals All Ranked in List of Top 10 Hospitals

Inside Jersey Magazine and the prestigious Castle Connolly Group recently compiled a list of the top ten hospitals in the state of New Jersey. CarePoint Health is the only system in Hudson County to have all of its hospitals named. CarePoint Health Bayonne Medical Center was named number two overall in the state among hospitals with fewer than 350 beds and Hoboken University Medical Center was named number six in the same category. CarePoint’s hospitals were recognized as leaders in treatment of breast cancer, prostate cancer, congestive heart failure, strokes, neurological disorders, and hip and knee repairs. The list was compiled after more than 3,000 doctors participated in an online survey. Click here to read the full report.

Two Found Dead in Hudson River

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On Tuesday, April 4th Hudson County Prosecutor, Esther Suarez, released a statement regarding a body found floating in Weehawken Cove in Hoboken. Both Hoboken and Weehawken police responded to the 911 call at 8:00AM. Around 9:00AM the Weekhawken Police Department found a second body floating a short distance away. It appeared that both bodies were lifeless and they were removed from the water. Their identities were later confirmed as Ali Harb, age 41, of West New York and Juan Bustamonte, age 35, of Union City. At this time, police say the two deaths do not appear to be suspicious and there should be no concern to the public.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor at 201-915-1345 or to leave an anonymous tip on the Prosecutor’s Office official website at by clicking here.

 

Waiting List for New Affordable Housing Begins

The City of Hoboken has started a waiting list for future affordable rental housing that are coming to Hoboken. Preliminary applications are now available and the deadline to submit them is May 8,2017. After that date, the list will be generated by random drawing.This list will be used to lease units at: 600 Harrison Street (5 units), 1410 Grand Street (4 units), 721 Clinton Street (6 units), 7th Street and Jackson Street (42 units), and other future units. Some units will be available as early as Spring 2017, and others will be available in upcoming years depending on the construction schedule.  Members of the public are invited to submit a preliminary application by visiting www.AffordableHomesNewJersey.com/Hoboken.

 

Community Garden Applications Available to Hoboken Residents

A waiting list for three community garden plots throughout the city is now available for Hoboken residents. Garden plots currently exist at the community garden at 3rd Street and Jackson Street and behind City Hall. An additional 30 community garden plots are planned for this summer as part of the temporary Northwest Pop-Up park located at 1201 Madison Street. Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis and a maximum of one plot will be provided per household for a two-year period. When a plot becomes available, the community garden administrator will contact the next resident on the wait list, and the resident will have three business days to complete the community garden agreement. Click here to access the online waiting list application.

 

Getaround Car Sharing Comes to Hoboken

On April 6th, Getaround, the leading peer-to-peer car-sharing platform, announced its expansion into NJ. Car owners in Hoboken, Jersey City, and Weehawken can now earn money by renting out their cars. Residents looking to rent a car can do so by the hour using the Getaround desktop site or mobile app.  Getaround’s technology combines GPS, Bluetooth LE and keyless remote technology which allows renters to unlock the car from their mobile phones, eliminating the need to owners to provide keys to the renter in-person. Getaround provides insurance to ensure both owner and renter have peace of mind. Learn more about the new car-sharing platform by visiting their website.

Jersey City’s Eagle Hall Reopens

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Eagle Hall, a historic building that opened in 1910, has been home to community events, dance recitals, weddings, and concerts. After being closed for restoration and renovation since 2011, the space officially reopened on Friday, April 7th as a new performing arts center. According to NJ.com, the building was “created by Polish immigrants and craftsmen under the Rev. Peter Boleslaus Kwiatowski. He built dozens of churches throughout Hudson and Essex counties, but Jersey City was where he called home. Just before his death in 1934, he transferred ownership of White Eagle Hall to St. Anthony Church.” At that time, the space was used as a practice area for the St. Anthony basketball team, as well as other community events. The new renovation has transformed the space into a theater that can hold 400 people seated and 800 standing. Jersey Digs recently shared that the renovation brought state of the art modern technology and sound proofing that will make it a top theater in the area, all while ensuring that  much of the historical integrity of the space has been preserved. Visit Eagle Hall’s website for more photos, details, and performance lineup updates.

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That’s the latest Word on Wash!

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