Revealed: Two-Towered, 300-Unit Mixed-Use Project Proposed at 177 Grand Street, Jersey City

177 Grand Street177 Grand Street. Rendering: Avoid Obvious Architects, via Jersey Digs.

A rendering has been revealed of a two-towered project planned at 177 Grand Street, located in the Paulus Hook section of downtown Jersey City. Plans presented to the Historic Paulus Hook Association last week call for a 22-story building along Grand Street and a 16-story building along Sussex Street. There will be between 275 and 300 market-rate rental apartments, in addition to retail space and a 150-car parking garage.

Jersey City-based SILVERMAN and Hoboken-based Fields Development Group are the developers, Jersey Digs reported. Avoid Obvious Architects is behind the design. The project requires approval from the city, as it doesn’t conform to zoning laws. The site is currently vacant.

The project would also fund the construction of a five-story expansion of the private school Our Lady of Czestochowa, at 248 Luis Marin Boulevard. That building, designed by Manhattan-based RKTB Architects, would include classrooms and other academic facilities.

177 Grand Street

Vacant 177 Grand Street. Image via Google Maps.

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1 Comment on "Revealed: Two-Towered, 300-Unit Mixed-Use Project Proposed at 177 Grand Street, Jersey City"

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