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Historic Spotlight: 109 Sussex Street

Historic Spotlight: 109 Sussex Street

On a quiet block of Sussex Street in the heart of the Paulus Hook Historic District, you'll find a lively mix of handsome buildings from multiple eras. At one end, the grand Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, built in 1870, harkens back to the area's early past while at the other, views of the modern glass business and apartment towers of the Jersey City waterfront look toward the future.

In between, you'll find a row of attractive Greek Revival brownstones, including our subject property at No. 109.

Staff Spotlight: Noah Howard

Staff Spotlight: Noah Howard

Meet Noah Howard: A warm-hearted mentor to many, an efficient and clever liaison to some, and a loving husband to one.

Historic Spotlight: 1313 Prospect Place

Historic Spotlight: 1313 Prospect Place

On quiet, tree-lined Prospect Place, in the heart of northern Crown Heights, you'll find a row of modest turn-of-the-century brick row houses with rounded full-height projections that give the block an undulating quality. On land acquired in 1907 by the short-lived Onslow-Moore Company, second-generation builders and brothers John and George Potts planned the row of five 20-foot wide two-family houses, each with four bays, stone decoration and bold cornices.