Front entrance of Hoboken City Hall to close for 7 months due to construction


The front entrance of Hoboken City Hall, located at 94 Washington St., will close for approximately seven months due to construction starting on Monday, July 8th.

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By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The Mile Square City will begin construction for the portico restoration and foundation waterproofing projects at City Hall on Monday, the city said in a Nixle alert.

The second phase of the City Hall portico restoration project builds upon the stone patching, roofing tile, and framing replacements completed in 2020 by now repointing and restoring the original masonry.

Construction for the portico restoration project is anticipated to last approximately seven months.

During construction, the front entrance of City Hall at 94 Washington St. will be temporarily closed. Hoboken residents must enter and exit City Hall through the Newark Street entrance located between Washington and Bloomfield Streets.

Temporary parking changes to portions of First Street and Bloomfield Street adjacent to City Hall are anticipated during construction, therefore temporary No Parking signs will be posted.

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