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Old Posted May 14, 2016, 3:22 PM
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I take it this is only the beginning for really tall towers in Journal Square? Just another reason why I wish they would have run a PATH line up and down Hudson and Bergen County through Journal Square rather than the silly light rail they went with.
     
     
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I take it this is only the beginning for really tall towers in Journal Square? Just another reason why I wish they would have run a PATH line up and down Hudson and Bergen County through Journal Square rather than the silly light rail they went with.
Yup this is just phase 1.

Besides these developments currently rising, more will come. The area is becoming desirable. JC in general has made great strides since 2004.

It should also be the largest city in NJ, overtaking Newark by the end of the year if not already.

     
     
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Does anyone know when the apartments will be made available? I'm interested
     
     
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I take it this is only the beginning for really tall towers in Journal Square? Just another reason why I wish they would have run a PATH line up and down Hudson and Bergen County through Journal Square rather than the silly light rail they went with.
There are something like eight 500+ towers announced for Journal Square, as well as additional shorter towers.
     
     
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There are something like eight 500+ towers announced for Journal Square, as well as additional shorter towers.
That is crazy, so good to see JC really taking off. As much as I hated living on the Jersey side and so far away from Oregon, I did become fond of JC. My wife and I are looking forward to one day going back and visiting many years from now just to see how much has changed. I would never want to live outside of Oregon again, but it was definitely an interesting two year adventure for us.
     
     
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Yup this is just phase 1.

It should also be the largest city in NJ, overtaking Newark by the end of the year if not already.
This is patently false. Census population estimates as of July 1, 2015:
Newark: 281,944
Jersey City: 264,290

Newark still has 17,000 more people than Jersey City...at the current rate of population growth it'll take until at least 2020 for Jersey City to surpass Newark.
     
     
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Two Journal Square Projects Get Height Increases and New Designs


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While the monstrous Manhattan skyline doesn't have much competition in the immediate area, Jersey City's growing verticality is proving that its strong development scene is worth watching. The business, residential, and transport hub known as Journal Square is becoming home to some of the tallest buildings in the region. The Kushner Companies is at the forefront of the action in this transitioning neighbourhood, and YIMBY has revealed that two of their biggest developments recently underwent some big changes.
     
     
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Lights!

It's a nice touch illuminating the top at night.

     
     
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Is that going to be permanent? Didn't know they'd illuminate the roof....so cool!
     
     
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Marketing has now begun!

http://journalsquared.com/neighborhood

Watch the video. Love the part with the neighborhood butcher. (Not so much catering to the arts community.)
     
     
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I love the music in that video!!!
     
     
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CTBUH lists this as complete.

Now we await the other phases. This is for "Journal Squared 3".
     
     
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Shows how vitally important this building is to the area's redevelopment.
     
     
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