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Old Posted Mar 6, 2020, 4:03 PM
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Well given that it is owned by Mack-Cali, they have their hands full with other projects that are currently higher priority (25 Columbus, Harborside, plus Urbys and 107 Morgan). I think it'll be some time before this is developed.
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I'm surprised San Remo hasn't seen any action given everything else similar in magnitude rising.
San Remo basically moved across the street
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2020, 5:02 PM
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Harborside VIII scheduled to begin Oct. 1 of this year. The virus probably delay that start date. 724ft is also given to this building for the "highest point"
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2020, 5:03 PM
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What's the deal with Urby II & III?

https://jerseydigs.com/phase-two-of-...e-scaled-back/
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Old Posted Mar 30, 2020, 3:22 AM
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They are just splitting it into two phases. The development rights for the third tower are worth tens of millions of dollars. They are not going to just throw them away those valuable development rights for no reason.
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Old Posted Mar 30, 2020, 9:29 AM
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A few months old, but excellent aerial footage of Jersey City.

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The coming years will see nice additions to JC. Lots of potential in the pipeline.
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Old Posted May 17, 2020, 9:45 PM
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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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14. Case: P19-184 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviations
Applicant: ACEF Albanese Coles Street LLC
Review Planner: Matt Ward
Address: 286 Coles Street, 258-282 16th Street
Attorney: Eugene Paolino
Block: 6003 Lot: 1 & 2.01
Zone: Jersey Avenue Park
Description: Proposed high rise building with varying heights containing 670 residential dwelling
units, residential amenities, ground floor commercial, ground floor open space, 350
structured parking spaces, 350 bicycle parking spaces, utilizing bonus per the
redevelopment plan, and part of multi-site phase development with P19-183.
Deviations: Maximum stories ‘c’ variance, minimum square footage standards for dwelling units,
maximum size for residential signage, minimum sidewalk width, and relief from design
standard requiring windows to have sills and lintels

https://data.jerseycitynj.gov/explor...t/information/

15. Case: P19-183 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviations
Applicant: Coles Jersey Development Co., LLC
Review Planner: Matt Ward
Address: 305 Coles Street
Attorney: Don Pepe
Block: 6003 Lot: 1-4
Zone: Jersey Avenue Park
Description: Proposed high rise building with varying heights containing 511 residential dwelling
units, residential amenities, skybridge connection, ground floor commercial, ground floor
open space, 17th Street vacation, alternate right-of-way treatments, 267 off-street parking
spaces, utilizing bonus per the redevelopment plan, and part of multi-site phase
development with P19-184.
Deviations: Maximum stories ‘c’ variance, minimum square footage standards for dwelling units,
minimum sidewalk width due to stoops, and maximum number of residential signs
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Old Posted May 17, 2020, 10:58 PM
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That's a sizable development on Block 6003:


Block 6003, Lot 1
286 COLES ST. COLES JERSEY DEVELOPMENT CO.II,LLC 305 COLES ST. JERSEY CITY, NJ 07310

http://njparcels.com/property/0906/6003/1


Looks like a 2-3 tower or 2 tower development, but one that is very thick. Just looking at the parcel, this might resemble something like 85 Jay in NYC, which sits on a huge footprint, although Block 6003 1 and 2 might be smaller in nature, thus taller to make up for the units and extra functionalities.

"skybridge connection" .... Interesting...
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This could be a very interesting one! So little news lately since the COVID-19 shutdowns(though many current developments like those associated with NJCU are continuing). Hope we can hear more soon!
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Old Posted May 18, 2020, 1:39 PM
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Construction Update: 170 Erie Street



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Old Posted May 19, 2020, 3:19 AM
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Nice!

BTW, all the renderings, architectural plans and other details is online at the website I posted. I'm just too lazy to upload the images myself.

The planning process should have been online ages ago. It was biased against people who had jobs outside 9-5pm, which typically tend to be lower income or minority residents. The internet public meetings is helping level the playing field for those that want to contribute, but could not make the meetings in the past. It's a shame it took COVID-19 to make it happen.
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Revamped 305 Coles Street Proposal Heads to Jersey City’s Planning Board





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As Downtown’s northern fringe continues to transform from a formerly industrial neighborhood, a project that’s been in the works for years is looking to contribute to the altering landscape.

Back in 2016, Hoboken Brownstone Company won approvals for a major 1,181-unit development spanning three parcels at 305 Coles Street. The project has been split in two pieces since then and last month, we profiled a portion that’s now known as 286 Coles Street.

That share of the venture is currently owned by New York-based Albanese Development, who have proposed construction of a 670-unit mixed-use building on a parcel just south of the Cast Iron Lofts. But Hoboken Brownstone Company, under subsidiary Coles Jersey Development Co. LLC, still own the vacant 305 Coles Street land and reworked plans for the 3.7 acre parcel are set to be heard by Jersey City’s planning board during their next digital meeting.

Designed by Lambertville-based Minno Wasko, the newest 305 Coles Street proposal consists of two buildings that would both rise 12 stories and include a total of 511 residential units. The southernmost structure would be U-shaped and include 308 units, which would be complemented by a 203-unit building connected via a skybridge.
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Old Posted May 19, 2020, 5:20 PM
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Wishing it was taller, but a very nice development project right by the Hoboken border.
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It's about 138 dwelling units per acre. Not bad considering half the site is for a new park and street. This area of town was always kind of puzzling to me. Literally, I had no idea how to get there if I was walking or taking transit. It just seems so hostile with the access roads to the Holland Tunnel being right there.
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Here is the renderings and plans for the 670 unit residential building across the street. Cue the Jersey Digs article in 3, 2, 1...

Just kidding, I love you guys.
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For the JerseyDigs/NJ.com writer.

https://data.jerseycitynj.gov/api/da...e_zba_set_pdf/

Actually, I should join up with YIMBY and scoop them all.
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Jersey City lost population last year if the Census' annual estimates are to be believed. I was one of them due to a job.

Population estimate as of July 1, 2019 is 262,075

Newark gained population while Jersey City lost people. Don't tell Mayor Fulop! lol
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Renderings Revealed For 20-Story High-Rise At 26 Cottage Street, In Journal Square



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Renderings have been revealed for an upcoming mixed-use high-rise at 26 Cottage Street in Journal Square, Jersey City. Located mid-block between Summit Avenue and John F. Kennedy Boulevard, the new development will rise 223 feet high in a low-scale residential neighborhood within walking distance of the PATH train. The 20-story 26 Cottage Street is one of three towers in the works by the Namdar Group, a Long Island-based developer. The other two are 35 Cottage Street, located just across the street, and 26-28 Van Reipen Avenue, which is one block to the south. C3D Architecture is responsible for the design.

26 Cottage Street will comprise 166 residential apartments, which will mainly consist of studios but will also include four three-bedroom units. Residential amenities include high-speed Wi-Fi and in-home concierge services. There will also be 11,677 square feet of office space and 1,021 square feet of ground-floor retail.

The renderings depict a narrow glass box tower with floor-to-ceiling windows. In a modern take on International Style architecture, a dark metal grid wraps around the east and west exteriors, extending past the glass façade. It is unclear if residents will have access to the rooftop as previously described in early permit filings. The ground-floor retail and office space above appears to have high ceiling spans.

A 20-foot-wide outdoor pedestrian plaza will connect all three buildings and help to soften the contrast between the future structure and the significantly smaller two- and three-story homes that surround it. Called the Homestead Walkway, the thoroughfare will extend north to south and provide a mix of retail, eateries, and bars to both residents and locals.
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