Extensive Renovations Planned At 131-Unit Subsidized Housing Complex At 591 Montgomery Street, Jersey City

591 Montgomery Street591 Montgomery Street, rendering by The Architectural Team

The Jersey City Housing Authority has tapped The Architectural Team to design an extensive renovation of the 14-building, 131-unit affordable housing complex at 591 Montgomery Street, located just west of downtown Jersey City. The complex, dubbed Bushwick Estates, includes three- and four-story building with subsidized apartments that come in two-, three-, and four-bedroom configurations. Real Estate Weekly reports the renovations will include both interior and exterior work, featuring new façades, green spaces with landscaping and lighting, and energy-efficient technology. The complex – which is bound by Bright, Merseles, and Montgomery streets – was originally completed in the 1980s and designed by Don M. Hisaka.

591 Montgomery Street

Present-day 591 Montgomery Street, image via Google Maps

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2 Comments on "Extensive Renovations Planned At 131-Unit Subsidized Housing Complex At 591 Montgomery Street, Jersey City"

  1. Small blocks but neat behind the wall, good part of different shapes.

  2. They have always struck me as some of the ugliest housing ever built in Jersey City. Any improvement will be for the good.

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