New Renderings of Three-Building, 1,181-Unit Mixed-Use Project Approved at 305 Coles Street, Jersey City

305 Coles Street305 Coles Street. Rendering: Hoboken Brownstone Company, via Jersey Digs.

New renderings have been revealed of the three-building, 1,181-unit mixed-use project at 305 Coles Street, in downtown Jersey City’s emerging SoHo West neighborhood, located just south of Hoboken. The project, approved by the city’s Planning Board in May, will encompass roughly 1.2 million square feet. Its tallest tower will rise 23 stories, while the others will stand between 14 and 16 stories. There will be 89,000 square feet of retail space, in addition to a 681-car parking garage, Jersey Digs reported. All of the apartments would be rentals, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms.

305 Coles Street

305 Coles Street. Site Plan: Hoboken Brownstone Company, via Jersey Digs.

Hoboken Brownstone Company is the developer and Rafael Viñoly’s architecture firm is the design architect. The development site, which consists of three blocks, is undergoing remediation. Construction is expected to begin in late 2017.

305 Coles Street

Assemblage at 305 Coles Street. Image via Google Maps.

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3 Comments on "New Renderings of Three-Building, 1,181-Unit Mixed-Use Project Approved at 305 Coles Street, Jersey City"

  1. Three buildings in Jersey City which means, first tall is 14, taller is 16 and the tallest is 23-story.

  2. David, and so what, Jersey City is a biggest skyscraper city, with own unique skyline on Hudson up to 780 feet tall, and up to 69 floors! But of course, skyline made interesting, if it’s represent buidings with various amount of floors, heights, making hillside for taller platoes of skyscrapers of medium heigh, say 400 to 600 feet, and peaks of over 700 feet up to 1000 feet and more, like a man made mountain, if you looking from distance. Lile NYC, same is for Jersey City, and same for Long Island City. Low rise and medium Buildings made a low rise platoes for smooth transition from skyscraper district to low rise historical buildings in neighbouhood. South of Hoboken, Lefrak developer building a 39 story oval in the base tower. There bunch of towers various height in Newport neighborhood of Jersey City, from 9 stories to 50 stories. Btw best Jersey City skyline views, are from Battery Park, Hudson walk and bike way, and from 30 to 34 street High Line portion, best photo shot there from the LIRR West Yard train storage High Line overpass.

  3. I said a biggest skyscraper city in State of New Jersey. Sorry for my mistake. And tallest buildings in the State of NJ over 600 feet, are here, in Jersey City, except Revel, 57 story shutted down casino hotel in Atlantic City, about 780 feet, same height as a Tallest building in New Jersey and Jersey City.

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