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407-413 Summit Avenue

New eighteen (18) story mixed-use building consisting of 148 residential units, 6,917 SF of ground floor retail space, sixteen (16) underground parking stall, bicycle parking and typical site improvements such as landscaping and lighting.
Status: Approved

163-165 Newark Avenue

Multi-phase proposed project retains Newark Avenue and Barrow Street (partial) facades in accordance with bonus provisions of the redevelopment plan to construct a 7-story mixed use building with 51 residential dwelling units and 11,967 sf of retail space.
Status: Approved

444 Washington Blvd

Proposed of a residential 70-story tower with 950 residential dwelling units, a six level parking garage with 17,192 square feet of commercial, along with residential amenities, alterations to site circulation and addition of public open spaces including access points to riverfront walkway, plaza with play area and plaza with water feature. Two existing 5-story residential buildings to remain. Site also known as Avalon Cove.
Status: Approved

626 Newark Ave

Proposal to construct a 27-story mixed-use tower with 538 residential units, roughly 30,000 square feet of office space, nearly 8,000 square feet of retail space, and to meet the goals and objectives of the Central Avenue Extension Bonus.
Status: Approved

24-32 Van Reipen Ave

Proposal to develop a 27-story mixed used building with ground floor retail, two floors of office space, 235 residential units, and restoration of a two-story historic structure.
Status: Approved


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Developments stuck in planning board hell:

30 & 40 Cottage Street, 693-701 & 703-707 Newark Avenue
Proposal to construct a 25-story mixed use building containing a 120 room full-service boutique hotel with a lobby and a café, rooftop event space with outdoor seating, 263 residential units with a fitness center, 6,000 square feet of retail space, and 100 parking spaces.

30 Journal Square
To amend (Case No. P16-054) Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval to eliminate four floors of office space, reduce loading space and parking access areas, decrease parking spaces from 436 to 372 spaces, reduce the building height from 779’ to 718’, and increase the residential units from 741 to 745.

(I actually hope this request is denied. Make them build the original 779ft proposal with the office space!)
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444 Washington Blvd

Proposed of a residential 70-story tower with 950 residential dwelling units, a six level parking garage with 17,192 square feet of commercial, along with residential amenities, alterations to site circulation and addition of public open spaces including access points to riverfront walkway, plaza with play area and plaza with water feature. Two existing 5-story residential buildings to remain. Site also known as Avalon Cove.
Status: Approved
I wonder if I tipped Joshua Rosario with the Jersey Journal off.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/09/70...t-complex.html

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A 70-story residential tower will be built along the Jersey City waterfront under a plan that was recently approved by the city’s planning board.

The 721-foot-tall building, which would be the city’s fifth-tallest skyscraper, is planned for the front portion of the Avalon Cove residential complex along Washington Boulevard...

But don’t count Ward E Councilman James Solomon as a supporter of the ambitious plan.

“The zoning that was approved decades ago by a previous City Council said you are allowed to build this project with unlimited height,” Solomon said.

Solomon said because the zoning for the Avalon Cove complex does not need to be changed, the plan does not need council approval, although he added that he wished the council had a say.

“My commitment is to basically review all these old zoning laws and determine which ones needed to be amended so that all future developments provide the appropriate infrastructure to handle all the new people they are adding to the city.

“To me the tower is a perfect example of how city planning in Jersey City has gotten big things wrong and needs to change,” said Solomon. "This is why we need to create reform quickly."
Edit to about 50%. You're highly recommended to read the full article at https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/09/70...t-complex.html
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Developments stuck in planning board hell:

30 & 40 Cottage Street, 693-701 & 703-707 Newark Avenue
Proposal to construct a 25-story mixed use building containing a 120 room full-service boutique hotel with a lobby and a café, rooftop event space with outdoor seating, 263 residential units with a fitness center, 6,000 square feet of retail space, and 100 parking spaces.

30 Journal Square
To amend (Case No. P16-054) Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval to eliminate four floors of office space, reduce loading space and parking access areas, decrease parking spaces from 436 to 372 spaces, reduce the building height from 779’ to 718’, and increase the residential units from 741 to 745.

(I actually hope this request is denied. Make them build the original 779ft proposal with the office space!)
30 & 40 Cottage Street, 693-701 & 703-707 Newark Avenue has elevated to approved status. 30 Journal Sq. is still stuck in the mud (and rightfully so)
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Rendering for 242 Hudson Street





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https://us.ftp.opendatasoft.com/anal...01.28.2020.pdf

Anything interesting in this document?
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https://us.ftp.opendatasoft.com/anal...01.28.2020.pdf

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The only interesting thing I see is a lot of errors

From top of map:

- 132 and 134 (Van Leer North, 100 Hoboken Ave) are not complete, but are under construction

- 131 (The Enclave) is complete

- 60 and 145 (Park and Shore) both complete

- 191 (The Beach) under construction.

I could go on.

I'm somewhat surprised that both #70 (143 Christopher Columbus midrise) and #160 (Marriott hotel between the two Vantages) are still on the map, although the previously mentioned errors make me somewhat hesitant to believe they are still active.

I'm curious as to what #185 in the Metropolis Towers parking lot is (labelled "Proposed Development"..so helpful), but it could be part of the cancelled Whole Foods proposal.

Wherever you found this map...can you also find the Journal Square and Bergen-Lafayette ones?
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Interesting to see 55 Hudson Street still there all these years. Thats the supertall proposal. I wonder who the developer is
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Interesting to see 55 Hudson Street still there all these years. Thats the supertall proposal. I wonder who the developer is
The great mystery!

Then there is 20 Carbon Place, a 12-storey, 450-unit building. It's by NJCU and the West Side Light Rail stop. It will be the tallest building in the area. I never really ventured to that part of town when I lived in Journal Square, but from the looks on Google Maps it can use this investment.

The site looks like dilapidated warehouse where one would get murdered by gangsters and its across the street from an fugly surface lot.
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Anyone willing to maintain a list of current u/c, approved, proposed, and stale proposals?

Maybe we can start with everything over 40 floors and work are way down? I use to do it back in the day, but I no longer live in JC.
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Trying to keep a current list. Please let me know which projects are missing and the thread location.

Completed / Topped Out
99 Hudson Street | residential | 76 floors | topped out
Journal Squared Tower II | residential | 72 floors | topped out
Urban Ready Living I | residential | 69 floors | completed
Journal Squared Tower I | residential | 54 floors | completed
65 Bay Street | residential | 50 floors | completed
70 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | completed
90 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | completed
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | topped out


Under Construction
25 Columbus (The Charlotte) | residential/school | 57 floors | under construction
33 Park II | residential | 44 floors | under construction
331 Marin Boulevard | residential | 41 floors | under construction
351 Marin Boulevard | residential | 38 floors | under construction
88 Regent St | residential | 32 floors | under construction
700 Washington Boulevard I | residential | 24 floors | under construction
289 Jordan Ave | residential | 16 floors | under construction
87 Newkirk St | residential | 14 Floors | under construction
700 Washington Boulevard II | residential | 12 floors | under construction


Approved
444 Washington Boulevard | residential | 70 floors | approved
Urban Ready Living II | residential | 69 floors | approved
Urban Ready Living III | residential | 65 floors | approved
Journal Squared Tower III | residential | 60 floors | approved
560 Marin Blvd | residential | 59 floors | approved
580 Marin Blvd | residential | 57 floors | approved
808 Pavonia I | residential | 57 floors | approved
808 Pavonia II | residential | 51 floors | approved
Provost Square III | mixed-use | 33 floors | approved
414 Hoboken Avenue (Bergen Arch Plaza I) | residential | 28 floors | approved
414 Hoboken Avenue (Bergen Arch Plaza II) | residential | 28 floors | approved
622 Summit | residential | 27 floors | approved
630-632 Newark Ave | mixed use | 27 floors | approved
Emerson Lofts I | residential | 26 floors | approved
Journal Square Urby | residential | 25 floors | approved
32 Oakland | residential | 14 floors | approved
345 Baldwin | residential | 13 floors | approved


Proposed
242 Hudson Street (Harbourside XIII) | residential | 68 floors | proposed
Laurel-Saddlewood Redevelopment | residential | 50 floors | proposed
Sixth Street Embankment I | residential | 45 floors | proposed
Harborside Plaza IV | office | 38 floors | proposed
Sixth Street Embankment II | residential | 35 floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed


Stalled
30 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 72 floors | stalled
One Journal Square I | residential | 56 floors | stalled
One Journal Square II | residential | 56 floors | stalled
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | stalled
180 Baldwin Ave | mixed-use | 25 floors | stalled
Crescent Park | mixed-use | ?? floors | stalled


Dead Proposals
55 Hudson Street | commercial | 95 floors | dead
Liberty Rising | hotel | 95 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead

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Also -

88 Regent St | residential | 32 Floors | under construction (was piling but I believe there's a crane up now)

Provost Square 3 | mixed-use | 33 Floors | approved/prep

VYV 2 | residential | 35 Floors | nearly complete

Emerson Lofts Phase 1 | residential | 26 Floors | approved/prep

289 Jordan Ave | residential | 16 Floors | under construction

87 Newkirk St | residential | 14 Floors | under construction - thread has not been updated.

630-632 Newark Ave | mixed use | 27 floors | approved?

500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | Stalled

Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | 50(?) floors | unknown - still undergoing revisions

Harborside Plaza 4 | office | 38 floors | proposed (maybe approved?)

Crescent Park | mixed-use | ?? floors | stalled/probably dead

177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | proposed. This one is probably dead in its original form as supposedly Silverman purchased the closed Golden Cicada.

688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead

180 Baldwin Ave | mixed-use | 25 floors | stalled

Just stuck with the taller ones there.

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^ All added. Thanks!
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Any ideas of further Hudson Exchange projects? The Vyv towers were the first project which are all but complete.

I was by Grove Street today and am in complete awe of how dense and bustling this area has become in the past -/+ 2 years. It's definitely a complete success story in increasing density and fixing urbanist/planning errors that were made in the past. The amount of construction in a compact area is no joke, and the amount of new restaurant is also quite impressive. It must be the fastest growing area of the NY metro in regards to population growth.
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Rafael Vinoly Architects Designs Major Court House Complex At 595 Newark Avenue In Jersey City





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The Hudson County Improvement Authority has revealed new renderings of a sprawling courthouse complex designed by award-winning architect Rafael Viñoly. Set to debut in Jersey City by 2023, the Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex will replace the existing Hudson County Administration Building at 595 Newark Avenue with a mix of judicial spaces and public grounds.

When complete, the main building will comprise 24 courtrooms, office and administration spaces, jury rooms, and areas for the city’s Sheriff’s Department. Public spaces include a food court, a library, training spaces, a 459-vehicle garage, and a three-acre public park.

The renderings show a long Structural Expressionist building that is bisected by an open atrium at the lower levels. The design is dominated by large concrete pillars supporting a multi-story massing clad in glass with metal cross bracing.

As reported by Jersey Digs, the scope of development also includes the realignment of several streets and intersections to accommodate the judicial complex and the new public park.

City officials say construction is currently on target to finish by 2023 with total costs hovering around $345 million. At that price, the development ranks as one of the largest-ever publicly funded projects in New Jersey.
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Completed / Topped Out
99 Hudson Street | residential | 76 floors | topped out
Journal Squared Tower II | residential | 72 floors | topped out
Urban Ready Living I | residential | 69 floors | completed
Journal Squared Tower I | residential | 54 floors | completed
65 Bay Street | residential | 50 floors | completed
70 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | completed
90 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | completed
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | topped out


Under Construction
25 Columbus (The Charlotte) | residential/school | 57 floors | under construction
33 Park II | residential | 44 floors | under construction
331 Marin Boulevard I | residential | 41 floors | under construction
351 Marin Boulevard II | residential | 38 floors | under construction
88 Regent St | residential | 32 floors | under construction
700 Washington Boulevard I | residential | 24 floors | under construction
289 Jordan Ave | residential | 16 floors | under construction
87 Newkirk St | residential | 14 Floors | under construction
700 Washington Boulevard II | residential | 12 floors | under construction


Approved
444 Washington Boulevard | residential | 70 floors | approved
Urban Ready Living II | residential | 69 floors | approved
242 Hudson Street (Harbourside XIII) | residential | 68 floors | proposed
Urban Ready Living III | residential | 65 floors | approved
Journal Squared Tower III | residential | 60 floors | approved
560 Marin Blvd | residential | 59 floors | approved
580 Marin Blvd | residential | 57 floors | approved
808 Pavonia I | residential | 57 floors | approved
808 Pavonia II | residential | 51 floors | approved
Provost Square III | mixed-use | 33 floors | approved
414 Hoboken Avenue (Bergen Arch Plaza I) | residential | 28 floors | approved
414 Hoboken Avenue (Bergen Arch Plaza II) | residential | 28 floors | approved
622 Summit | residential | 27 floors | approved
630-632 Newark Ave | mixed use | 27 floors | approved
Emerson Lofts I | residential | 26 floors | approved
Journal Square Urby | residential | 25 floors | approved
32 Oakland | residential | 14 floors | approved
345 Baldwin | residential | 13 floors | approved


Proposed
107 Morgan | residential | 60+ floors | proposed
Laurel-Saddlewood Redevelopment | residential | 50 floors | proposed
Sixth Street Embankment I | residential | 45 floors | proposed
Harborside Plaza IV | office | 38 floors | proposed
Sixth Street Embankment II | residential | 35 floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed


Stalled
30 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 72 floors | stalled
One Journal Square I | residential | 56 floors | stalled
One Journal Square II | residential | 56 floors | stalled
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | stalled
180 Baldwin Ave | mixed-use | 25 floors | stalled
Crescent Park | mixed-use | ?? floors | stalled


Dead Proposals
55 Hudson Street | commercial | 95 floors | dead
Liberty Rising | hotel | 95 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead

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I'm surprised San Remo hasn't seen any action given everything else similar in magnitude rising.
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