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Old Posted Nov 11, 2017, 1:21 AM
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Talking JERSEY CITY | 33 Park (Phase II) | 524 FT | 44 FLOORS

Phase I is pretty much a wrap. Its been leasing.

Phase II is the 2nd, 44 floor tower with 452 units. This has not started as of the moment.


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The project, located in the Liberty Harbor North area of Jersey City, NJ, will consist of two 44 story rental residential towers rising from a 5 story base podium that includes additional residential units, amenities and a garage. There will be a total of 900 apartments, 448 in phase 1 and 452 in phase 2. Phase 1 of the project will comprise of one 45 story residential tower on the western portion of the site and the associated garage, amenities and podium residential units. The rooftop of the podium is programmed as an amenity deck with a pool, seating areas and other amenities. Indoor amenities will be located on the 6th floor of each tower adjacent and connected to the deck. There is 5290 sf of commercial retail being constructed in phase 1 and 9037 sf of retail in phase 2 bringing the total to 14,327 sf. The project will provide residents with a Class A residential experience.

The project is pursuing LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Certification from the US Green Building Council.
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Nice! Would folks here be using Grove or Exchange Place PATH to get to the city?
     
     
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Its kinda a walk to Journal Square but Grove Street is a tad bit closer. Unless they walk a little more to exchange, either way, they'll get to the city.
     
     
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Is the second tower the same size? I thought it was listed as something like 440 ft somewhere, over 80 ft shorter than the first tower. Are they also going to do the mid rise hotel that was supposed to be a key component of the completed development, or has that been dropped?
     
     
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The second tower is clearly around the same size as the first.

This whole area is ripe for development, so hopefully there are additional tower phases.
     
     
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This parking lot needs to be developed. Its a waste of prime space. Corner of Montgomery St and Marin Blvd.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Zi...1!4d-74.041722
     
     
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