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https://jerseydigs.com/demolition-w...-redevelopment-project-soho-west-jersey-city/




https://jerseydigs.com/emerson-radio-redevelopment-approved-jersey-city/


(drawings at the link)


The plans seek to demolish a portion of the existing factory between 14th and 15th Streets, but adaptively reuse the section between 15th and 16th Streets. The entirety of the project is set to include a total of 1,000 units, 526 parking spaces, 44,000 square feet of retail, and 23,900 square feet of public use space

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The development spans four phases, the first of which will construct a new 26-story tower set to rise 304 feet at the corner of Coles and 14th Streets. That portion will include 350 residential units, 307 parking spaces, 10,040 square feet of retail, and the 23,900-square-foot public use facility.

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The second phase of the project calls for another 26-story tower to be built on the Monmouth Street side of the southern site that will be linked to the first tower by a shorter section with a six-story base. No retail is included in this phase, but 300 more living units and 159 parking spaces are included.

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The fourth and final phase involves the construction of a final 26-story tower on the Monmouth Street side next to the historic property between 15th and 16th Streets, which will include another 200 residential units.
 

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This seems to have sort of paused demolition...enough so that the Cliffs condo conversion has hung a sign on the New York facing side of the remaining portion of the building. The excavator is still there so presumably it'll be destroyed eventually.
 

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MRC Provides $168M Construction Loan for Jersey City Multifamily Project

MRC’s loan will back the project’s first phase, a 26-story, 350-apartment tower that would also include 10,000 square feet of commercial space.

Future plans for the site, for which the MRC financing provides pre-development money, also include the conversion of a 600,000-square-foot industrial building — formerly the Emerson Radio Factory — into loft style apartments. Blueprints also contemplate two other ground-up residential construction projects.
 
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