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Salt+Seed Opens in Jersey City, SoulCycle Hoboken Opening Soon + More News

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Hellllo Hoboken and happy {almost} Thanksgiving! Between Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Small Business Saturday, there’s a lot to look forward to this week. But before we hit the road for the holidays, there’s some Hoboken and Jersey City news to catch up on — Salt + Seed opening in Jersey City this week, a new juice bar in Hoboken, and SoulCycle’s alleged opening date — here are the top Hoboken + Jersey City news stories of the week for you to peruse on this Sunday AM:

Town House Shops Celebrates 10 Years


Town House Shops is celebrating their tenth anniversary this month. In celebration of this milestone, the boutique will be hosting an early-bird holiday sale from now until black Friday. Shoppers can enjoy 20% off new arrival apparel, BOGO free jewelry, BOGO half-off accessories, free gift with $50 purchase, and free gift wrapping. Located at 620 Washington Street, the boutique carries contemporary women’s apparel, jewelry, and accessories many fo which are process well below $100. Town House Shops was voted Hoboken Girl’s best boutique category winner in 2016.

SoulCycle Set to Open in January

In case you missed our announcement this summer, SoulCycle is coming to Hoboken and will be located on the corner of 14th Street and Washington. The studio, which will also house a Juice Press, is set to open towards the end of January – just two months from now {according to an insider at the brand}. The studio will contain equipment for 55 individuals per class making the Hoboken studio one of their larger locations. While the exact you can count on SoulCycle being open seven days a week from 6AM-10PM come January. We’ll keep you updated if anything changes!

Jungle Juice Smoothie Bar Coming to Hoboken

Jersey Digs announced last week that Jungle Juice Smoothie Bar is set to open in Hoboken. Jungle Juice purchased the retail space at 1016 Washington Street and has already begun construction. The Hoboken bar will be the fourth location of this New Jersey based brand; products include smoothies that use non-fat yogurt, milkshakes, vegetable juices, plus their famed organic wheatgrass shots. Food options will include açai and pitaya bowls for those who prefer edible energy over sipped. The opening has not yet been announced, but we will bring you an update once released.

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Bucket & Bay Craft Gelato Co. Launches Latte Bar

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Conveniently located at 153 1st Street, Bucket & Bay has been serving up one-of-a-kind farm-to-cone gelato since opening earlier this year. This weekend, Bucket & Bay expanded their offerings to include a latte bar at their Hoboken location. The owners are working with Modcup coffee roasters to offer a full range of espresso and coffee drinks. On the menu will be a latte made with 100% grass-fed organic milk as well as matcha lattes, choco lattes, and specialty milks including macadamia and oat milks. Freshly baked biscuits, scones, and biscuit sandwiches {served on the weekend} are just a few of the baked goods that patrons can pair with their lattes. To celebrate the grand opening, Bucket & Bay will be offering buy one latte get a second one free all weekend.  Additionally, any customer that mentions “Hoboken Girl” will get a free cookie!

Girl Scouts Silver Award Ceremony

Members from Girl Scout Troop #12041 were honored this past Friday for the completion of their Silver Award projects in a ceremony held at the Hoboken Historical Museum. The Silver Award is achieved by Girl Scouts plan, complete, and report on the results of a community-oriented project.  Local Scouts, Ally, Celia and Greta developed an app for the Hoboken Historical Museum that provides five “Discover Hoboken” walking tours. The app is currently available for download on the iTunes app store. Scouts Trinity and Olivia worked on a program to help local businesses make their facilities more handicap accessible, and Annabel, Isabella, Sophie and Zoe worked with the True Mentors organization to create some resources to help prevent and overcome bullying. In addition to the three Silver Award winning teams, several other Scout teams provided attendees with a sneak peak at the progress they have made on their own community projects thus far.

Salt + Seed Opens in Harborside Financial Center, Jersey City


Late last week, Salt + Seed launched the soft opening of their new shop in Jersey City. Salt + Seed has been a longtime favorite of patrons of the Hoboken Farmer’s Market on 14th, but their store located in the Harborside Financial Center is the first brick-and-mortar location for the owners. The limited menu, posted on Instagram, features a variety of Salt + Seed’s vegan and plant-based specialities. Penne with a cashew pesto cream sauce and buffalo chicpea wraps are just a few of the items served all with prices of $10 or less. Stay tuned for details on the official opening coming soon!

Kure Pilates Relaunches as Bum Pilates

Kure Pilates, located at 22 Hudson Place, is officially under new ownership after owners Krysta and Lory sold their business earlier this fall. The new owner, Cait Kolibas {an instructor at Kure} will be rebranding the studio under the name Bum Pilates, but has assured all current customers that the studio they have come to love will ultimately remain the same {same instructors, classes, and some added loyalty discounts}. According to Cait, Kure Pilates, now Bum Pilates, is the only local studio to specialize in offering recovery programs for patrons through private, personalized, and finely-tuned Pilates. Luckily patrons will now be able to take advantage of additional classes such as Mat, TRX/Mat Fusion, TRX/WundaChair Fusion, and varying styles of Reformer. To celebrate the rebrand, Bum Pilates is offering 3 classes for only $55 which can be purchased online.

Hoboken Police Seek Man Accused of Robbery At Knifepoint

Photo: News 12 NJ {via Hoboken PD}

News 12 reported that the Hoboken Police Department has released photos of an armed suspect who is accused of robbing a Hoboken resident at knifepoint earlier this month. The victim was walking near 6th Street and Hudson when the suspect held a knife to the victim’s face and demanded he hand over his backpack. Luckily the victim managed to flee the scene. The incident took place on November 3rd at approximately 1:15AM. Police investigation has led detectives to a male suspect who was seen on surveillance footage at the Newport Center mall several hours later. Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect is asked to contact Detective Michael Miranda of the Hoboken Police Department’s Investigative Bureau at [email protected] or 201-420-2118. All information will be kept confidential.

Wise Animal Rescue Seeks Donations

Photo by: Kristina Helfer

Wise Animal Rescue is hosting a donation drive benefitting homeless animals. Sponsored by bachata & barbells and Passion for Pitties, the drive will continue through the end of December, with donation drop off spots at Prime Real Estate Group {98 Park}, Cornerstone Pets {105 9th St}, and Hoboken Pets {524 Washington St}. Items needed include toys {Kong wobblers, Tuffy’s Indestructible Toys, Jolly Balls} treats {Stella and Chewy’s, Benebones, bully sticks}, food {Wellness, Orijen, Nutro}, and pet supplies {freedom harness, 4 ft leashes, martingale collars}. For a complete listing of needed supplies, please check out the flyers posted at any of the donation stops.

Mayor Zimmer Joins Governor-Elect Murphy’s Transition Team

Mayor Dawn Zimmer pictured with Mayor-elect Ravi Bhalla. Mayor Zimmer endorsed Bhalla during the mayoral election.

The Hudson County View broke the news that Mayor Dawn Zimmer has joined Governor-elect Phil Murphy’s transition team. Zimmer has been one of Murphy’s supporters in recent years and co-hosted a Democratic meet-and-greet in Hoboken in October 2016. In a recent interview Zimmer stated, “To a person, this transition is full of incredible talent and experience, and I’m thrilled to see them serve. Together, we’ll start the difficult job of building a stronger, fairer economy that works for all nine million New Jerseyans.” Mayor Zimmer has joined the transition team as a part of a six-person Urban and Regional Growth committee despite speculation that she would be part of the environment and energy committee given her dedication to fighting against climate change.


And that’s the latest Word on Washington Street news roundup for your Sunday.

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