BACK ON THE MARKET!! LOCATION!! LOCATION!! LOCATION!! This property went under contract in 4 days! It is with Great Pleasure that The Gallardo Real Estate Group announces this Investment property is back on the Market as of 7/8/17. This property features two separate commercial spaces and 4 Apartment Units Featuring 2 Bedrooms/1Bath. Investors building an investment portfolio in Jersey City Heights should look at this property. The Fourth Choc-O-Pain French Bakery and Cafe is coming soon right in front of this property. enough said! Bring all your Investor Clients. This Mixed Use Property will not last. The 4 apartment Units feature 2 Bedrooms railroad style each with separate utilities located in each apartment. The 2 Commercial Units on the main floor are currently rented, by a restaurant and a small Import/Export business. This Property is located a block from Ogden and a block from New York Ave. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!!!!! Everyoneâ€™s favorite French bakery, Chocâ€¢Oâ€¢Pain Bakery and CafÃ©, has announced a fourth Hudson County location planned for the Heights section of Jersey City. The new location, at 330-332 Palisade Avenue, will span 3, 900 square foot and house a commissary bakery, cafÃ© and retail boutique. Owner Clemence Danko explains, â€œDue to the exciting, rapid growth weâ€™ve experienced since opening the first Chocâ€¢Oâ€¢Pain in Hoboken in 2012, we found ourselves in need of a central location where we can produce our daily, fresh baked breads, pastries and cafÃ© items to supply our own locations as well as support the growing demand from area businesses to carry our products.â€ The newest location will be their third in Jersey City and second in the Heights. Earlier this year, they opened a location at 942 Summit Avenue in a shared space with Bloomsbury Square. Designed by Hoboken-based Lee Levine Architects, PC, the forthcoming Palisade location will evoke the same Parisian neighborhood cafÃ© feel as the existing Hoboken and Jersey City locations. However, with a larger footprint at the new location, they plan to pair the cafÃ© with a 600 square foot retail boutique, selling a curated list of French specialty food items such as artisanal chocolates, macarons, candies and Alain Milliat jams. If all goes as planned, they hope to have the new location opened late this year.