In the News: Carrino Provisions Closes Market, JC Fish Opening New Storefront

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**The fifth annual All About Downtown Street Fair was a smashing success. Thanks to all the vendors, clean up crew, police, and organizers who helped put together an amazing event that topped last year’s festival. If you missed it, NJ.com has a recap and photos from the event. You can also check out a bigger collection of photos from All About Downtown’s Facebook page. —NJ.com

**It appears Carrino Provisions has closed its marketplace. The refrigeration stands have been replaced with tables and there are no signs that the marketplace, which sold high end cheeses, meats, and olive oil, is coming back. —JClist

**JC Fish is moving to downtown. The fish stand, which you can usually find at the downtown farmer’s markets, has signed a lease at 508 Jersey Avenue between Wayne and Columbus. I believe this makes them the first downtown-based seafood market in quite some time. A grand opening date will be disclosed soon. –JC Fish via Instagram

**NJ.com has an inside look at the Oakman Condos, a 15-story building located in  the Powerhouse Arts District on 160 First Street. The building is expected to open in Summer of 2016 and will feature 159 units with prices starting at $700,000. —NJ.com

**Citi Bike Jersey City officially launches today (despite some mixed feelings). —NJ.com

(Image via Everyday Carry)