City Launches Request for Proposals for Mixed-Use Development Site at 41 Aetna Street, Jersey City

41 Aetna StreetDevelopment site at 41 Aetna Street. Image via Google Maps.

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (JCRA) has launched a request for proposals (RFP) for the city-owned development site consisting of 41 Aetna Street and the southern portion of 52 Aetna Street, located in downtown Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor section. The city is seeking a developer that would build a mixed-use project. The site could accommodate residential units, commercial spaces such as offices, retail, and hotels, and community spaces such as academic and medical facilities. Significant infrastructure work must also be done by the developer, Jersey Digs reported. The two-acre plot contains a number of small industrial structures and must first be remediated. Proposals are due December 16.

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2 Comments on "City Launches Request for Proposals for Mixed-Use Development Site at 41 Aetna Street, Jersey City"

  1. I want to be a developer who the project seeking, I will change the ground into an infrastructure everywhere. (impossible)

  2. How is it possible to craft a sensible proposal in two weeks?!

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