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Old Posted Aug 17, 2020, 5:57 PM
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copy of the presentation obtained by Jersey Digs states in part that “Strategic Capital proposes a lifestyle oriented residential development with ground floor retail that will activate the street and provide a retail presence at the south end of Grove Street. The upper floors will house 148 residential units in a modern brick building using artisan bricks and large window openings inspired by Jersey City’s industrial past.”

Should the proposal continue to advance and the building is ultimately constructed, it would be 12 stories tall and also include an attic floor, according to the presentation. There would be roughly 6,420 square feet of retail space, around 75 parking spaces, and a residential lobby. Site plans from Marchetto Higgins Stieve also illustrate plans for an “amenity courtyard” and indicate that the residential component would consist of one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units.
Read the full article from Jersey Digs at https://jerseydigs.com/plans-reveale...t-jersey-city/

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Old Posted Aug 20, 2020, 12:35 AM
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The location of the site releative to Jersey City looks so ancient. The city has grown so much (JC) and the changes in Manhattan are apparent if we compare and contrast a recent shot versus that older shot.

Mid density developments are being added at a feverish pace.
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