Central Avenue is your back-to-school headquarters. Places like Kennedy Department Store, C.H. Martin, and DII, Deals and Discounts are among the many local businesses who tend to stay very competitive during this season. From school supplies to uniforms, you will find it on Central Avenue. The shopping district is eager to help meet Jersey City’s back-to-school needs.
Stay Connected:July 2015
A clean, safe, and enjoyable eating environment is important to every restaurant. Central Avenue's business community takes public health very seriously and the CASID is now assisting local restaurants to better maintain that standard in addition to complying with local laws. [read more]June 2015
Ever since I started ChicpeaJC, I heard about this spot on Central Ave. It’s a local favorite where many people I’ve met and interviewed have been eating here regularly since they were little kids. Every time I walk into Sneaker Room to say hello to the team, I always see them eating Pizza Masters!! [Read More]June 29, 2015
And then there were three. Whether you’re traveling into NYC for a meeting or exploring the rest of the Garden State, having Zipcars available on-demand by the hour or the day allows members access to a convenient and affordable transportation solution. A Honda Civic named "Corburn" joins another Honda Civic named “Carthage” and a Toyota Corolla named “Gemmiti” in the Central Avenue municipal parking lot between Bowers & Griffith St. All three cars are now available for reservations. CASID members should checkout the Zipcar for Business program which offers discounted driving rates Monday through Friday.June 2015
Did you know that midtown Manhattan (NYC) is approximately 20 minutes away from the Jersey City Heights via bus route No. 119? The No. 119 bus route starts as early as 5:00am towards NYC weekdays. The last bus back (via No. 119) to New Jersey leaves the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) at 11:06pm.
Shop with a purpose. For every $100 you spend at locally owned businesses, $73 remains in the community. Those dollars help fund local wages, local taxes and other locally owned businesses, as well as donations to local non-profits. This compares to only $43 remaining in the community when you spend $100 at a non-locally owned business. Additionally, small businesses simply work harder to earn your business through product knowledge and personal customer service. Local businesses value, respect and appreciate your patronage. You can find anything you need locally and your local businesses give back more to the community.