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Old March 20th, 2016, 07:45 PM   #61
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3/18-3/19
Brunswick Estates


Hudson County Applied Sciences Academy






Catherine Todd Senior Apartments






Montgomery Gardens


580 Montgomery - 3 story office


118 Summit Ave (Hilltop View)


78 Summit Ave - conversion to residential


136 Summit Ave - conversion to condos


688-700 Montgomery St site


711 Montgomery St


Armory undergoing repair/renovation


Al-Tawheed Islamic Center




707 Tonnelli Ave


Soho West








with the Lackawanna Warehouse/parking lot




The second building


Cast Iron Lofts 2


The lot diagonal from Cast Iron Lofts recently cleared - part of 296-298 Coles, according to the city's development map
http://data.jerseycitynj.gov/dataset...8-ca4c92149d71
Part of this lot is supposed to be a park







Big warehouse on the neighboring site - I wonder what the plans are for this one


137-139 Hoboken Ave site


Van Leer Place (110 Hoboken Ave) site - I read somewhere that it may be restarting soon


site of future light rail station


Fleet Manor (63-65 Fleet St) - I actually never realized that this is 2 relatively separate buildings. The Fleet St side is still under construction. The Hoboken Ave side appears complete


Other building


663 Summit Ave


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New rentals renting at record pace:

http://www.mattsandelands.com/#!Jers...f28bf0e6ea3d6f
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 03:35 PM   #63
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The article being talked about above..... http://www.njbiz.com/article/2016032...a-leasing-rush

I'm curious if at some point this will hit a tipping point where there will be an oversupply of rentals that will drive down prices. It may trickle into condos/homes as investors realize they can't make the margins on rentals they thought they would.
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 03:38 PM   #64
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The article being talked about above..... http://www.njbiz.com/article/2016032...a-leasing-rush

I'm curious if at some point this will hit a tipping point where there will be an oversupply of rentals that will drive down prices. It may trickle into condos/homes as investors realize they can't make the margins on rentals they thought they would.
I am not sure about that. There will be people constantly moving from NYC if their prices keep soaring as well. I think JC is in a good position to keep this trajectory.
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 03:39 PM   #65
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New rentals renting at record pace:

http://www.mattsandelands.com/#!Jers...f28bf0e6ea3d6f
And yes, the basis of my article is from NJBIZ and having sources with Mill Creek Residential (Modera builder)
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Old March 23rd, 2016, 09:14 PM   #66
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Taken Yesterday - 3/22/16

Hyatt Hotel


Walking around Downtown Jersey City in the Early evening hours
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Modera Lofts


Jersey City's Construction Boom viewed in the Early Evening Hours
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Old March 24th, 2016, 05:16 AM   #67
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From this evening

Yes, as JCMAN over on Wired pointed out, Gull's Cove 2 has finally (re)started. I knew that sign I photographed a few weeks ago looked new





Confirmation - it's for sale at KW


193-213 Van Vorst


16 Bright St - 4 Story building proposed


28 Bright St


54 Bright St




333/325 Grand


Bright and Varick


265 York, shrouded


249 Grove St


220 York St (3 Stories)


239 Montgomery (4 stories)


53 Mercer - looks complete, whatever it is


Public Library


I forgot to charge my camera's battery - so the rest of the pictures are phone pictures

72 Wayne St


Other renovations






56 Wayne - addition to building


Angel Ramos park - playground replacement appears nearly complete


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Old March 25th, 2016, 08:45 PM   #68
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Old March 25th, 2016, 10:23 PM   #69
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Why are they rebuilding the pier?
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Old March 25th, 2016, 10:57 PM   #70
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https://www.panynj.gov/corporate-inf...nnel_piers.pdf
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Old March 27th, 2016, 02:00 AM   #71
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Downtown Jersey City on a Cold Spring Day
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Old March 27th, 2016, 07:00 AM   #72
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Modera Lofts by drken10003, on Flickr

The Goldman Sachs Tower has been surrounded by an awning since I've moved in. Whatever problem they've had with falling debris seems to be rectified.
Goldman Sachs Tower Awning Removal by drken10003, on Flickr

Actual sunlight and open space.
Goldman Sachs Awning Removal by drken10003, on Flickr

Marina Repair along Henderson
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Old March 29th, 2016, 09:41 AM   #73
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Thrilled to see the Goldman Sachs covering removed, although I could have sworn it was from ice buildup...
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Old March 29th, 2016, 05:30 PM   #74
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Post on 54 Bright Street; 4-unit luxury condo building:

http://www.mattsandelands.com/#!Hist...f20a08ed0a7054
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Old March 31st, 2016, 02:20 PM   #75
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Scaffolding going up around Gulls Cove 2. No sign of demo at 235 Grand.



193-213 Van Vorst



Lots of activity at Marin Residences (I held my phone camera up over the fencing). They're making rapid progress.






Soho West making progress



Soho West second building also making progress



Hamilton Square South crane is up. The yellow crane brought in the bigger crane



Hamilton Square South underground parking and elevator shafts



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Old April 4th, 2016, 02:47 PM   #76
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Big update - 3/30 - 4/2

Hyatt House






NJCU School of Business


Powerhouse - no movement


Looking down First Street


The Oakman














143 Second St






144 First St






Modera Lofts








153 and 155 Morgan - 153 Morgan is approved for 6 stories. 155 Morgan wants to add two stories on top of the building




Both lots are approved for 38 story buildings


212 3rd St




220 3rd St


Erie St Flats




222-224 1st St


Bay Street Condos - look to be topped out




144 Newark Ave


251 Newark Ave




239-249 Newark Ave - you can see the shape from the piles, although logically, it should stretch to 1st Street




Jersey Ave/Columbus building












102 Brunswick - still no change, but a clear shot of the render


370 1st


Possible rendering courtesy of Minervini Vandermark


367 1st St




NJ Turnpike - looks like the wires for the netting are being installed (because of the lead paint chips that fell off the turnpike last week)








397-401 3rd St


367 3rd St






129 Brunswick


124 Brunswick


280 Newark


Possible Rendering, courtesy of C+C Architecture


351 3rd St - approved for 4 Stories


156-166 Brunswick - large project proposed by Gotham West


318 Newark Ave


White Eagle Hall


377 5th St - still some interior work ongoing


361 Newark Ave - now called Mill Rocks








380 Newark Ave


two sites next to it were recently demolished - Roy's Motors (390 Newark Ave)


and 17-19 Division St



Not sure if they have become part of that project - there was also this project proposed for the Division St site - GRO Architects


25-27 Division St






Hamilton House


374 7th St


203 Brunswick St




320.5 7th St






323 7th St


320.5 6th St


429 5th St - approved 4 stories


340.5 5th St


429 Monmouth St


415 Monmouth St


6th Street Embankment




95 Coles St




58 Coles St - approved 4 stories.


238.5 3rd St


Bonus - some rooftop shots




Marin Residences


Soho West


Hamilton Square South crane and Embankment House








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New fence on Morgan St - could be nothing, but anything new catches the eye

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Old April 15th, 2016, 08:07 PM   #78
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Downtown Jersey City Infill Update by Towerpower
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25 Division Street





367 3rd Avenue



349 4th Street



367 3rd Street



367 1st Street



124 Brunswick Street



129 Brunswick Street



245 Newark Avenue



235 Newark Avenue



530 Jersey Avenue



227 Bay Street



Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza



146 Newark Avenue



268 Grove Street



267 York Street



28 Bright Street



54 Bright Street



325 Grand Street




213 Van Vorst



133 Morris Street



1 Exchange Place



Modera Lofts



293 Washington Street



124 1st Street



144 and 164 1st Street



459 Marin Boulevard


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Old April 19th, 2016, 09:42 PM   #79
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What is the purpose of 134 2nd Street? The building is constantly being worked on and yet just gets shittier and more decrepit looking. Are there plans to tear it down?
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280 Newark Avenue looks incredible! It will be a shame to lose that mural, but the new curvy building will be a great replacement!
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