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/2015/08/56-story_tower_planned_for_long-vacant_jersey_city.html might take its place.
Downtown Jersey City
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
AutoZone replacement tower/First Phase of Hudson Exchange
Read More Here : http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2015/09/new_jersey_city_university_readies_for_350m_expans.htmlJersey 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.
Well, this is going to hurt then...multiple posts or not.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.
Read More Here : http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2015/09/council_oks_20-year_tax_break_for_downtown_jersey.html#incart_riverCouncil 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.
Read Full article here : http://newyorkyimby.com/2015/09/95-story-supertall-planned-for-jersey-city-waterfront-at-55-hudson-street.html95-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.