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HOBOKEN, NJ—The Metropolitan’s proximity to Advance's Harlow, which opened at 1330 Willow Street in December, places residents steps from the neighboring building’s ground-floor retail space, which will be home to a new Trader Joe’s supermarket — the upscale grocer’s first location in Hoboken and all of Hudson County — starting this year.
BRIDGEWATER, NJ—The three-story building is home to pharmaceutical, engineering and law firms, among others.
WEEHAWKEN, NJ—The amenity-rich 10- and 11-story building, which also includes 6,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, is under construction, with initial occupancy scheduled for the first quarter of 2018.
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