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Old September 1st, 2015, 06:49 AM   #81
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Recent Jersey City Updates from Brandon Nagle

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Journal Square

Journal Square development


3 Journal Square



Journal Squared first tower





View from Newport

City Center Towers/One Journal Square


Still empty, but this http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2...rsey_city.html might take its place.


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Old September 3rd, 2015, 06:09 AM   #83
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Recent Jersey City Updates from Brandon Nagle

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Downtown Jersey City

70-90 Columbus


Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza is permanent.





Jersey Avenue and Columbus Boulevard



93 Bright Street is finally complete.


286 Varick Street micro-units untouched.


54 Bright Street


28 Bright Street



Adjacent garage demolition


33 Park Place


Almost Waterfront Hotel



30 Montgomery Renovation



URL Harborside and Trump Plaza II








M2/Marbella II



AutoZone replacement tower/First Phase of Hudson Exchange


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Old September 4th, 2015, 01:45 AM   #84
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Man! You are overloading the page with that many pictures in one single post. Try at least to divide into 2 or 3 posts.

Thanks for the updates.
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Old September 4th, 2015, 02:55 AM   #85
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Jersey City building boom coming to NJCU campus with $350M plan
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal


NJCU is building new apartments on the west side of campus between West Side Ave. and Route 440. Jesse Brothers | The Jersey Journal

As Sue Henderson begins her fourth year as New Jersey City University's president, she's embarking on the school's biggest project in years, a $350 million expansion that aims to transform the West Side neighborhood surrounding the university.

The long-awaited expansion plans, which are up for a state tax break next Thursday, would add four private residential buildings totaling 600 units; ground-floor retail shops; a grocery store; a gym; a restaurant; and a 424-bed dorm under construction now, all on a vacant, 21-acre lot the university owns between Route 440 and West Side Avenue.


A rendering of what New Jersey City University's new western campus will look like after it is developed. Courtesy of NJCU.
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Old September 4th, 2015, 03:02 AM   #86
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Man! You are overloading the page with that many pictures in one single post. Try at least to divide into 2 or 3 posts.

Thanks for the updates.
I will try to , I divide it by sections...
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Man! You are overloading the page with that many pictures in one single post. Try at least to divide into 2 or 3 posts.

Thanks for the updates.
Well, this is going to hurt then...multiple posts or not.

Massive update from the past two weeks, covering pretty much everywhere in JC - starting with Downtown:

The Oakman is getting its brick:






The back side:


M2 - exterior mostly complete, interior work ongoing




Trump 2 and URL - URL very near top out, Trump moving up and laying brick on lower floors:




















The future URL 2 and 3 site - Trump 2 is not going to have much of a view


Modera Lofts - they work here every day but externally I don't see much progress - a lot of interior work going on. I wonder how they plan to be open in Fall like their sign says








The Morgan - Phase 2 recently was up for approval in planning






70 Columbus








The One - should be opening soon, if it hasn't already. Retail spaces are nearing completion






Pep Boys - gone. Site being cleared, this one should be ready to go up soon since it has its tax abatement




143 Second




Charles&Co - open


NJCU School of Business




33 Park - as others have pointed out, the crane is here:




Trying to imagine how tall it's going to be. 18 Park is 11 stories, this will be 44:


203-207 Van Vorst/Maddox 2


Maxwell Alley project now has a name - Vito A. Lofts




Jersey Ave/Columbus Ave project


251 Newark Ave:




53 Mercer




Wayne St




Building being demolished in Liberty Harbor North area (across from Brownstone Diner). This location will be the next LHN building




93 Bright St - complete


Bright and Varick - nothing yet


367 1st Street


361 Newark Ave




White Eagle Hall


Scaffolding on Metropolis Towers




This banner popped up again on Newark Ave:

The story - http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2.../post_627.html

This building in Harborside looks like it's overdue for demolition:


Provost St between Morgan and Bay has reopened to traffic. In the future it will be a plaza
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Old September 5th, 2015, 10:16 PM   #88
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Downtown - Hamilton Park and whatever the area past the Holland Tunnel is called

Cast Iron Lofts 2




The Embankment




Site of the second Embankment building


795-803 Jersey Ave






360 9th Street


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Old September 5th, 2015, 10:53 PM   #89
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Journal Square, McGinley Square and other random JC projects.

I borrowed a car so I was able to travel to some farther locations

Montgomery Gardens - a few hours after the demolition










Catherine Todd Senior Apartments - the one building that will remain (for now there are 3)


County Prep HS Expansion




Site of St. Peter's University building

http://www.jerseycitynj.gov/uploaded...20Aug12act.pdf

720 Bergen Ave - also recently went before the planning board. 5 Stories, 58 units


The building across the street, 725 Bergen Ave, will also be replaced with a 5 story building - same company as 720 Bergen Ave


Journal Square
HCCC STEM School - under construction






The lot the city recently decided to sell for development


190 Academy St lot - 6 Stories, 122 Units


156-160 Academy St - previously had a for sale sign last time I was here. Approved for 8 Stories and 74 units


169 Academy - across the street, approved for 12 Stories


180 Baldwin - this is a block from the other two approved projects. This area has the potential to change significantly over the next few years




205 Baldwin


61 Newkirk - 5 Stories


87 Newkirk - lot being sold, with approval for 12 stories


30 Journal Square site


City Center/One JSQ/Kushner's forever stalled JSQ site


2851 JFK going to be renovated and made into rental units




Journal Square Plaza 3 - construction restarted




Journal Squared










Skillman Ave project - 2 of the 3 buildings seem complete. A bit strange that one doesn't seem it will open anytime soon due to its location on site, but maybe they'll move the fence over a bit








850 Newark Ave


25 Senate Place








Other projects throughout Jersey City:
New mosque - not sure which of these two lots, but I believe the first one (address is 984-990 West Side Ave)




Gloria Robinson Court Homes Phase 4








The Hudson County Golf Course, now known as the Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West, is now open




Ocean Green Senior Apartments




New PS20 School in Greenville


134-142 Cator Ave, 2 family homes


North St, Jersey City Heights
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Last post - Harrison and Weehawken

Harrison - all construction around the Path Station


















Weehawken - Port Imperial construction








Bonus - Park Bayonne, the only building I could find under construction in Bayonne
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WOW! that was a BIG update!


Here there are some videos of the demolition of the buildings.










And here what they will construct in their place.


http://www.njfuture.org/smart-growth...mery-corridor/











Part of the same project but in a different lot, across the street for this one, currently occupied with a surface parking lot





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Old September 7th, 2015, 02:32 PM   #92
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Small Jersey City Update from Friday

Waterfront Hotel


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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No sign of activity at 99 Hudson Street


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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URL Harborside


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
by Corey Best, on Flickr


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
by Corey Best, on Flickr


Early Evening in Newport - Jersey City,NJ
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Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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URL & Trump Plaza


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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Trump Plaza 2


Early Evening in Downtown Jersey City,NJ
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Journal Squared


Journal Squared Rising tall in Jersey City,NJ
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That Montgomery Gardens project is dramatic evidence that the Beacon conversion has jumpstarted development in the neighborhood. It's only a matter of time until the commercial/industrial zones nearby get redeveloped. Too bad the new housing won't carry over the Art Deco style though.
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Jersey City residents ready to ride as Citi Bike racks are installed around town

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2...l#incart_river
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Council OKs 20-year tax break for Downtown Jersey City tower

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
on September 09, 2015 at 8:46 PM, updated September 10, 2015 at 7:08 AM


A rendering of a proposed 400-unit residential development proposed for Marin Boulevard in Jersey City. (KRE Group)

JERSEY CITY — A 20-year tax break for a 17-story residential building proposed for the Hamilton Park neighborhood won final approval from the City Council tonight.

The $163 million project, which has already won a $40 million state tax break for developer KRE Group, will add nearly 400 units on a parking lot near Unico Towers, at Ninth Street and Marin Boulevard. Construction is expected to begin this month.

The city initially intended to award KRE a 30-year tax abatement, but the deal was amended to 20 years tonight. Asked why, Corporation Counsel Jeremy Farrell told The Jersey Journal to ask Deputy Mayor Marcos Vigil, who declined to explain.
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Update - smaller projects (from 9/5)

415 Monmouth - 4 Stories, 4 units


429 Monmouth


374 7th St




27 Division St


361 Newark Ave - I feel like I'm missing something here. Are the windows going to be in front of that concrete? Are they going to punch them out of it? I can't quite see how this follows the rendering so far


323 7th St




320.5 7th St




336 7th St


A couple doors down seems to be doing some renovation work


115 Coles St


360 9th Street






795 Jersey Ave - I can't really seem to find much about this. Might be this project: http://sohowestnj.com/soho-west-ii/




Lackawanna Terminal - this thing is massive. Maybe one day they'll do something with it


182 14th St - site of future hotel




Cast Iron Lofts and surrounding area


The Embankment - the security guard on site said the second one was starting very soon




6th Street Embankment (the one the city is fighting with Hyman over)


95 Coles St




317 5th St


Erie St Flats


220 3rd St


212 3rd






249 2nd St


222 1st St


The Gannon


217 Bay St


72 Wayne St


56 Wayne St


Newark Ave:
JC Underground - behind the Bistro at Grove










South House


Temporary Halloween store


New Ramen restaurant next to Gypsy Grill


The pet store a few stores down is also becoming a restaurant - not sure what kind yet
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A few more:
Liberty Prime is nearly done with their catering space


Netting on Metropolis Towers


80 Columbus


70 Columbus


Bonus shots








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Updates from this weekend, starting with downtown on Saturday:

30 Montgomery - aside from the lobby, they are also replacing the windows. You can see where they have already






Hyatt Hotel






99 Hudson lot - still a lot


Fresh - Healthy Cafe opening soon in 77 Hudson


Colgate Clock Park - still incomplete




Some small renovations-construction on Sussex St






193-213 Van Vorst - the equipment on site seems to have changed. There's now a trash chute on a trailer


33 Park - it appears they are building the center podium and the tower further from Marin first. Seems like it would have been more logical to build the tower on Marin - not sure what their calculations were




Window/Curtain wall mockup


Gull's Cove 2, still quiet


235 Grand - environmental remediation. Construction doesn't seem imminent yet.




From this view it'll rise on the left


28 Bright St


the pile driver in the back is actually for a different project...


...265 York. 267 and 271 are also being renovated as part of this project






54 Bright St


333 Grand site


50 Regent - leasing office is open. Should be open soon if it isn't already




247 York - interior demo and renovation


new realty office


249 Grove


This building definitely used to be a different color - I wonder when it changed. Looks pretty interesting like this


220 York - eventual 3-story infill building


212 York - probably will be similar to 220 York once construction is done


257 Grove - another renovation


70 Columbus and the accessible Path entrance










From 2 story house to 50 Story building


URL, from many different angles


I like how it towers over everything in this view


Both the foreground lots on the right and left are zoned for 38-40 story buildings. This will be a tall intersection.












With Modera lofts, Trump and 111 First site


Trump 2


Can't tell if this is actually brick or precast blocks of brick


The Oakman - a few floors of windows






Juan Ribbon Machine shop - approved for an 11 story building. Parlay Studios (previous tenant) appears to be gone.


143 Second - not much going on outside other than an obvious need to repaint


M2




Modera Lofts - Nexis, I know you keep mentioning that they are not powerwashing, but rather putting on a thin coat of new bricks. I want to believe you, but it's not really obvious from these pictures




Looking at some of the in-between bricks - some seem to be halfway through whatever process they are undergoing - so they are half dark and half red.




And for those who originally pointed out that the windows would be too small, you can see that they've actually punched out some of the brick underneath the old windows in order to fit in bigger, newer ones


Powerhouse - I hope they get to work on this soon - right now it's literally being held up by these cords




Pep Boys site - pile driver parked next to the site




Newport Area - site of 75 Park Lane and 2 Shore Drive North, both purchased by a Chinese company






Holland Tunnel Pier Replacement




Columbus Dr and Jersey Ave - this finally rose a floor




Vito A Lofts aka Maxwell Alley project




Project on Wayne St. Trying to figure out if it's being demolished or rebuilt


A few Citibike stations around town




The only station that's built correctly - in the street instead of taking up the sidewalk
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From Sunday - Bergen Lafayette and the Village

Baker Building


381 Communipaw - don't have any info on this




Canal Crossing area




312-314 Pacific - approved for 4 Stories


326 Pacific - converting an old church to residential


Saint Lofts - schoolhouse converted to condos




460 Grand - approved for 10 stories


367 1st






First Street Park Renovation




397-401 3rd St


367 3rd




129 Brunswick


Across the Street, 124 Brunswick - approved for 5 stories. The artwork on the garage doors is pretty cool


2nd St renovation


318 Newark Ave ("The Galleon)


White Eagle Hall


377 5th St


361 Newark Ave


349 4th


251 Newark




222-224 1st St - this building has not made a lot of progress in the last 3 months, at least from the outside
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95-Story Supertall Planned For Jersey City Waterfront At 55 Hudson Street

BY: NIKOLAI FEDAK 8:00 AM ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2015


Jersey City skyline

In New York City, the current real estate boom has left the largest marks on the Midtown Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn skylines, but the rise of Jersey City over the past few years has been equally if not more impressive. And while the latest additions across the Hudson have been predominantly residential, YIMBY has word that a 95-story tower is now in the works at 55 Hudson Street, which could make it the tallest building in both Jersey City, and all of New Jersey.

In a previous interview with YIMBY, Jersey City’s Mayor Steven Fulop told us that “Goldman Sachs came in regarding a new tower next to their existing building on the waterfront, and we’re just starting to talk about that.”

And now it seems those plans may soon begin to cycle through the public review process, as the city’s planning documents have been updated with the scoping for 55 Hudson Street.

While few design or usage specifics are yet available, the project will span 920,000 square feet, and planning documents specify commercial/office intent. Given that the new towers of the World Trade Center and Hudson Yards are much larger in terms of square footage — and stand relatively close to 95 floors — it would seem likely that whatever is entering the pipeline at 55 Hudson Street will be mixed-use in nature, likely including either a hotel or residences on its upper floors. The building will have 17,500 square feet of retail space, and 684 parking spots.
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