In the News: New Luxury Tower Coming to 321 Warren, Best Food Venues at Newark Airport

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**Brace yourselves. Yet another luxury rental is coming to downtown Jersey City. However, unlike recent behemoths like the 50-story 70 Columbus, 321 Warren will be a relatively short, 18-story boutique tower with 180 residential units, 2,400 sq. ft. of ground floor retail, and a 14,000 sq. ft. black box theater/performance space. It’ll be located at the intersection of Warren and Steuben streets. It’s being developed by Parkwood Development LLC and was designed by architect Minervini Vandermark. —Jersey Digs

**Tis the season for holiday travel and for anyone who is taking a flight out of Newark Airport later this week, Eater has created a shortlist of the best restaurants you can find at our beloved airport. From Dale Talde’s Caps Beer Garden to Alex Guarnaschelli’s Riviera, there’s no reason for you to eat that lonely meal at Starbucks anymore. —Eater

**Watch your credit cards. is reporting that a group of Hackers were able to access customer credit and debit card information at 54 Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide properties, including two in New Jersey — the W Hoboken and the Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel. —

**Recognize these pups? The Liberty Humane Society is trying to find the owners of three dogs they rescued off the streets in Jersey City this past Saturday. Anyone with info is asked to contact Liberty Humane at 201.547.4147. —

**Suez North Jersey Water company — formerly United Water — said there is no water boil advisory in effect for Jersey City following Sunday’s water main break in Hoboken. However, some Jersey City residents are still reporting low pressure and silt-laden water, so you may want to play it safe and continue boiling your water. —

**The Village Voice takes a look at Greene Hook, Chef David Drake’s recently-opened restaurant located in downtown Jersey City. Drake, who perfected his technique under star chefs David Burke (of River Cafe fame) and Craig Shelton (Ryland Inn), describes his latest venture as “unconventional fine dining.” It’s Drake’s second establishment in Jersey City, including Light Horse Tavern. —Village Voice

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