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New Look: HAP Tower, 500 Summit Avenue, Journal Square


HAP Tower, image from CetraRuddy

By: Nikolai Fedak 7:00 am on December 1, 2014

Update: Per HAP, both versions depict “different design studies for the site, and are simply conceptual at this time. They may not reflect the final approved design which is not expected for several years.”

Back in August, YIMBY featured a first look at HAP’s plans for a new residential tower in Jersey City’s Journal Square. That version would have stood approximately 40 stories tall, and the roughly 800,000 square foot development would have held rental apartments.

Now, we have a look at another possible scheme for the site, created by CetraRuddy, the firm also responsible for the first iteration. The new design is significantly taller, standing well over 50 stories, and could indicate the site may be geared towards condominiums rather than rental units.
Read Full Article here : http://newyorkyimby.com/2014/12/new-look-hap-tower-500-summit-avenue-journal-square.html

Eight-Story Building At 880 Bergen Avenue Slated For Residential Conversion, Journal Square

http://newyorkyimby.com/2015/07/eight-story-building-at-880-bergen-avenue-slated-for-residential-conversion-journal-square.html

13-Story, 240-Unit Mixed-Use Building Revealed At 3 Journal Square Plaza, Jersey City


3 Journal Square Plaza, rendering via Tocci Building Companies

By: Reid Wilson 7:30 am on August 18, 2015

Last November, developers Hartz Mountain and Panepinto Properties received a 30-year tax break for their 13-story, 240-unit mixed-use project at 3 Journal Square Plaza, in Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood. Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects is designing the building, which YIMBY can now reveal.

The project is rising on top of an existing parking structure between 1 and 2 Journal Square Plaza, or 2940 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, right across the street from the PATH station, with easy access to east-bound trains headed to the WTC Transit Hub or Herald Square at 33rd Street.

Retail and amenity space will be located on the ground floor, followed by 240 apartment units through the 13th floor. The building will be topped by an eco-friendly green roof.
Read Full Article here : http://newyorkyimby.com/2015/08/13-story-240-unit-mixed-use-building-revealed-at-3-journal-square-plaza-jersey-city.html

56-Story, 744-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Proposed At One Journal Square, Jersey City


One Journal Square, image at right via The Jersey Journal
Read article here : http://newyorkyimby.com/2015/08/56-story-744-unit-mixed-use-tower-proposed-at-one-journal-square-jersey-city.html
 

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Is this the final variant on the first picture?
 

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Those are 2 different projects if im not mistaken.
Hmm, I though that Journal Square just had this site. I need to get down there and check by myself. Maybe tomorrow
 

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OK the one I was asking is called Journal Squared and is currently under construction.

 

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^ it's still a three tower project... just building it in stages depending on demand. This is the shortest one, 54 stories... next one to be built won't start likely until 2018 unless the first sells really quickly. That one would be the tallest, at 70 plus stories, somewhere in the 750 ft range. This one is about 550 ft at least, possibly a bit taller. Last one wouldn't start til likely early next decade(again depending on demand and the economy)and would likely be around 60 stories and 650 ft.
 

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^ it's still a three tower project... just building it in stages depending on demand. This is the shortest one, 54 stories... next one to be built won't start likely until 2018 unless the first sells really quickly. That one would be the tallest, at 70 plus stories, somewhere in the 750 ft range. This one is about 550 ft at least, possibly a bit taller. Last one wouldn't start til likely early next decade(again depending on demand and the economy)and would likely be around 60 stories and 650 ft.
thank you. I 've figured it out and made a new separate thread about this particular one.
 

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From this past weekend

HCCC STEM Building


26 Journal Square - some scaffolding erected. Haven't heard anything about it, so maybe regular maintenance?




3 Journal Square Plaza


One Journal Square - the cones are new? Nothing really happening, although this project should be big enough to warrant its own thread


Skillman Ave buildings (3 buildings between Skillman Ave and JFK Boulevard)




338-340 St Paul's Ave
 

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HCCC STEM School


237 Academy St


322-324 Summit Ave


61 Newkirk St




60-62 Newkirk


47 Journal Sq


2851 JFK Boulevard


25 Senate Place


Canco Lofts


850 Newark Ave


New restaurant


22 Liberty Ave


134 Cottage St


3 Journal Square Plaza






60 Cottage St


60 Van Reipen aka the Kennedy House


28 Magnolia Ave
 

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25 Senate Place


854 Newark Ave


338-340 St Pauls Ave


Skillman Ave


3 Journal Square Plaza


60-62 Newkirk St


61 Newkirk St


HCCC STEM School




96-110 Tonnelle Ave - planned for 130 Units (8 Stories)


Broadway lot - 500 Units


322-324 Summit Ave


205 Baldwin Ave
 

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This past weekend

3 Journal Square Plaza




Skillman Ave projects - still can't understand why 2 seem complete yet are not yet open










23 Cottage St - for sale. Approved for 3 stories


Marked on the Journal Square development map as Harwood Land - approved for 12 and 45 stories


26-30 Van Reipen Ave - no info on this. Probably single or two family homes




60-62 Newkirk St




61 Newkirk St


Possible rendering via Titanium Realty Group:


362 Summit, city owned court parking - one, possibly two projects proposed or approved for this lot:


322-324 Summit


HCCC Stem school (topped out)




 
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