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Old June 21st, 2015, 08:06 AM   #1
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JERSEY CITY | 180 Baldwin Avenue | 100m+ | 328ft+ | 25 x 2 fl | Pro

Four residential buildings planned for old Jersey City pasta factory site




June 19, 2015


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JERSEY CITY — Four residential buildings, two of them 25-stories high, are slated for the old Mueller's pasta factory on Baldwin Avenue, another sign that the Downtown building boom is extending farther west.

The developer, Argent Ventures, wants to build 980 units on the 5.2-acre site, located less than half a mile from the Journal Square PATH station. The Mueller's site is largely vacant, aside from a four-story, 300,000-square-foot former manufacturing plant that will be demolished.

"The site represents the largest, 'shovel ready' development site in Journal Square and one of the prime development sites in Jersey City," the developer says on the project's website.

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Argent is scheduled to go before the Planning Board on Tuesday night for site plan approval.

Councilman Rich Boggiano, who represents Ward C, where the property is located, has met with the developer and has given the plan his tentative approval. Boggiano noted that the two tall buildings proposed for the Mueller's site are "set back" from Baldwin Avenue so they don't tower over the small apartment buildings and residential homes across the street.
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Glad Boggiano approves, and won't be the usual prick regarding a larger size project as he tends to be. I really like the project... the heights of the two 25 story towers will definitely be 328 ft each? I do also like the two smaller parts of the project, really adds a nice touch and will complement it well.
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I wish the PATH would add a station at Chestnut Street...
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