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Old Posted Jul 22, 2020, 6:07 AM
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That St. Lucy’s design is horrific.

Its the type of the design that happens when one is dreaming about architecture, and one rolls and falls of the bed, bashing their head on the floor. At the moment of impact, this design is the last flash in the dream world before one wakes up.


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I'd disagree that it's horrific but it's still pretty messy, little rhyme or reason. Loved your description of it, though...lol!
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It was up for approvals last night. I bet the comments from the meeting where hilarious.
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I'm not a fan of how it integrates with the Church. Just looks like no effort was put in. There's a Stern development over in NY that's adding a residential tower to a Church, and that is effort. Blends in nicely, a worthy addition. This is lackluster, Indica fueled effort. Normally I'm super pro development, but I hope they decline this one. The building to the left of the site, in the rendering, has more effort in it.
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I would agree that it has a look of being totally haphazard...modernist, traditional, glass, materials but so random. I do hope there are changes, but Stern's work is always top notch... guess nice historic churches though in run down neighborhoods don't seem to attract the same kind of care and standards and I wish it weren't the case.
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The parking lot on the southwest corner of Sip and Summit is being developed into a 27 story tower.


construction of a 27 story tower containing 2 floors of bonus office space, 3,559 commercial ground floor retail space, 349 units, amenity space, 51 parking spaces and 188 bicycle spaces.

That brings the total to 7th or 8th 27-story tower in Journal Square.
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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
The Ellipse | residential | 33 floors | completed
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | topped out
3 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 13 floors | completed


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
28 Cottage | residential | 27 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
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | stalled
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
30 Park Lane North | residential | 33 floors | approved
415-435 Summit Avenue | mixed-use | 27 floors | proposed
29 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
33-35 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street I | residential | 22 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street II | residential | 16 floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Pier Six Development | residential | ?? floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station 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
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
Montgomery Tower (30 Montgomery Street) | mixed-use | 70 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
Powerhouse Tower | residential | 40 floors | dead
693-701 Newark Avenue | hotel | 25 floors | dead
177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead

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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
The Ellipse | residential | 33 floors | completed
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | topped out
3 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 13 floors | completed


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
28 Cottage | residential | 27 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
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | stalled
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
30 Park Lane North | residential | 33 floors | approved
415-435 Summit Avenue | mixed-use | 27 floors | proposed
29 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
33-35 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street I | residential | 22 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street II | residential | 16 floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Pier Six Development | residential | ?? floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station 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
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
Montgomery Tower (30 Montgomery Street) | mixed-use | 70 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
Powerhouse Tower | residential | 40 floors | dead
693-701 Newark Avenue | hotel | 25 floors | dead
177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead
Wow , with all the existing buildings and current construction, and proposed construction Jersey City is becoming like a De-facto Borough of New York City..
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Wow , with all the existing buildings and current construction, and proposed construction Jersey City is becoming like a De-facto Borough of New York City..
A few years back we had three near supertalls being proposed.

99 Hudson at 95 stories
55 Hudson at 95 stories
Liberty Rising Hotel at 95 stories

It was definitely impressive and Jersey City started to be included in the NYC lists because it was impossible to ignore what was happening across the Hudson. Jersey City was definitely riding the coattails of NYC's economic growth and there is a much more friendly building environment, including a couple sections of the city with no height limit (Journal Square) and unlimited density allowance (808 Pavonia).

Only one of the three was built and 99 Hudson ended up being 76 floors instead of 95. Looking forward to the day that the tallest building outside Manhattan in the NYC metro area is located in Jersey City.
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That St. Lucy’s design is horrific.
I think the concept and shape of the building is cool, I just don't like the glass and the opaque panels. If it was more translucent/reflective or if they went with a different material I think it would be better. But the general look of the facade is really heavy and industrial and seems to be overbearing on the original historic building below.
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I think the concept and shape of the building is cool, I just don't like the glass and the opaque panels. If it was more translucent/reflective or if they went with a different material I think it would be better. But the general look of the facade is really heavy and industrial and seems to be overbearing on the original historic building below.
I agree - the shape is fine but the specific facade choice is heavy when light would be my choice.
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88 Regent Street is rising very quickly.
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Added 262 Johnson - what's missing?

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
The Ellipse | residential | 33 floors | completed
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | topped out
3 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 13 floors | completed


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
28 Cottage | residential | 27 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
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 floors | stalled
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
30 Park Lane North | residential | 33 floors | approved
415-435 Summit Avenue | mixed-use | 27 floors | proposed
29 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
33-35 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
262 Johnson Avenue | mixed-use | 25 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street I | residential | 22 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street II | residential | 16 floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Pier Six Development | residential | ?? floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station 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
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
Montgomery Tower (30 Montgomery Street) | mixed-use | 70 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
Powerhouse Tower | residential | 40 floors | dead
693-701 Newark Avenue | hotel | 25 floors | dead
177 Grand St | residential | 22 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead
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Going down that list from top to bottom:

- VYV II is open/completed

- 25 Columbus, 33 Park II, 700 Washington Boulevard I and II and 289 Jordan are all topped out (351 Marin will soon be as well). 87 Newkirk St is complete and open for some time now.

- Emerson Lofts I is under construction, and 32 Oakland is digging and piling

- You have 177 Grand St under both Proposed and Dead.

As for others - going to just put a bunch of proposed/approved ones here. I can look up what stage they are in but for now as far as I know at least proposed:

- One Grove | residential | 12 floors |

- 144 First St | residential | 12 floors

- St Lucy's Redevelopment | residential | 23 floors

- 619 Marin Blvd | residential | 24 floors

- 286 Coles St | 21 floors

- 305 Coles St | residential | 12 floors x 2

- 2 Hoboken Ave | residential | 13 floors

- 2973 JFK Blvd | 20 floors

- 407-413 Summit Ave | residential | 19 floors

- 417 Communipaw Avenue | 20 floors

- 711 Montgomery St | 16 floors

- 1075 West Side Ave | 13 floors x 2

- 100 Colden Street | 12 floors

- 175 Second Street | 13 floors | Topped Out

- 448-466 Grand St | 13 floors probably stalled or dead in the form shown here, but with the Bates Street Redevelopment basically dead, who knows

- 20 Carbon Place | 12 floors x 2 - not sure where I got the info on this one

Those are all the 12+ story buildings I could think of, aside from ones that are part of larger future developments (Liberty Harbor North, Hudson Exchange, Newport, etc).
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A major thanks as always Oron Zchut for the mega update!! This is what I have updated now. I'll work on cleaning up the to be sorted.

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
25 Columbus (The Charlotte) | residential/school | 57 floors | topped out
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
33 Park II | residential | 44 floors | topped out
351 Marin Boulevard II | residential | 38 floors | almost topped out
VYV II | residential | 35 floors | completed
The Ellipse | residential | 33 floors | completed
700 Washington Boulevard I | residential | 24 floors | topped out
289 Jordan Ave | residential | 16 floors | topped out
87 Newkirk St | residential | 14 Floors | completed
3 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 13 floors | completed
175 Second Street | residential | 13 floors | topped out
700 Washington Boulevard II | residential | 12 floors | topped out


Under Construction
331 Marin Boulevard I | residential | 41 floors | under construction
88 Regent St | residential | 32 floors | under construction
28 Cottage | residential | 27 floors | under construction
Emerson Lofts I | residential | 26 floors | under construction
345 Baldwin | residential | 13 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
500 Summit Ave | mixed use | 42 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
Journal Square Urby | residential | 25 floors | approved
St Lucy's Redevelopment | residential | 23 floors | approved
32 Oakland | residential | 14 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
30 Park Lane North | residential | 33 floors | approved
415-435 Summit Avenue | mixed-use | 27 floors | proposed
29 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
33-35 Van Reipen Avenue | residential | 27 floors | proposed
262 Johnson Avenue | mixed-use | 25 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street I | residential | 22 floors | proposed
177 Grand Street II | residential | 16 floors | proposed
2 Hoboken Ave | residential | 13 floors | proposed
One Grove | residential | 12 floors | proposed
Bates St Redevelopment | mixed-use | ?? floors | proposed
Pier Six Development | residential | ?? floors | proposed
Journal Square PATH Station 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
180 Baldwin Ave | mixed-use | 25 floors | stalled
448-466 Grand St | residential | 13 floors | stalled?
Crescent Park | mixed-use | ?? floors | stalled


Dead Proposals
55 Hudson Street | commercial | 95 floors | dead
Liberty Rising | hotel | 95 floors | dead
Montgomery Tower (30 Montgomery Street) | mixed-use | 70 floors | dead
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | dead
Powerhouse Tower | residential | 40 floors | dead
693-701 Newark Avenue | hotel | 25 floors | dead
688 Montgomery | mixed-use | 22 floors | dead


To Be Sorted
144 First St | residential | 12 floors
619 Marin Blvd | residential | 24 floors
286 Coles St | 21 floors
305 Coles St | residential | 12 floors x 2
2973 JFK Blvd | 20 floors
407-413 Summit Ave | residential | 19 floors
417 Communipaw Avenue | 20 floors
711 Montgomery St | 16 floors
1075 West Side Ave | 13 floors x 2
100 Colden Street | 12 floors
20 Carbon Place | 12 floors x 2
165-173 Academy St | mixed? | 18 floors | approved
232-238 Sip Ave | mixed? | 14 floors | approved
44-48 Newkirk Ave | residential | 12 floors | approved
96-110 Tonnele Ave | residential |12 floors | approved

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For your sorting:

144 First Street - approved
619 Marin Blvd - proposed (hasn't yet been submitted to Planning Board)
286 Coles St - approved
305 Coles St - approved
2 Hoboken Ave - ? (looks like this went through zoning board)
2973 JFK Blvd - approved
407-413 Summit Ave - approved
417 Communipaw Avenue - proposed (not submitted)
711 Montgomery St - approved
1075 West Side Ave - approved
100 Colden Street - approved
20 Carbon Place - proposed

also forgot to add -
165-173 Academy St | mixed? | 18 floors | approved
232-238 Sip Ave | mixed? | 14 floors | approved
44-48 Newkirk Ave | residential | 12 floors | approved
96-110 Tonnele Ave | residential |12 floors | approved
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I know there isn't too much on 20 Carbon Place, but it's near where I live...does 12 x 2 mean that for sure it will be two midrise towers? How many residential units? It's just outside the NJCU public/private development between West Side Avenue and Route 440... isn't there still a sheet metal business on or around part of the site?

Thank you, C and Oron for your comprehensive updates and always to look forward to developments getting green lighted and constructed! Love the high rises but really liking how many mid rises are being added to the mix!
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I know there isn't too much on 20 Carbon Place, but it's near where I live...does 12 x 2 mean that for sure it will be two midrise towers? How many residential units? It's just outside the NJCU public/private development between West Side Avenue and Route 440... isn't there still a sheet metal business on or around part of the site?
See for yourself.

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construction of 2 - 12 story structures containing 450 residential units , 6,170 sf of commercial retail space, 252 parking spaces, 377 bicycle spaces and 8,00 sf right of way as a public park
https://drive.google.com/file/d/111k...GZ7I3dsXm/view

I feel like I can look up renderings for most other recent developments except for this one on the city's site.
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Spoke too soon.



What I can tell is the buildings have been reduced by 5 floors from the version submitted to the city.

Image from https://www.cityrealty.com/ via https://www.mvmkarchitecture.com/ - You all also have to visit this main page for a beautiful flyover of 622 and 628 Summit Avenue, Jersey City!!!
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