Bilow Garret Group Architects Reveals Renderings for 2130 Center Avenue In Fort Lee, New Jersey

Rendering of 2130 Center Avenue - Bilow Garrett Group ArchitectsRendering of 2130 Center Avenue - Bilow Garrett Group Architects

New renderings from Bilow Garrett Group Architects and Planners reveal a new six-story residential development near the waterfront edge of Fort Lee, New Jersey. The construction site is located at 2130 Center Avenue, immediately adjacent to I-95 thoroughfare leading up to the George Washington Bridge.

The property will yield 31 residential units, an enclosed parking garage for 47 vehicles, and over 3,000 square feet of amenity space. The latter includes flexible area, a roof-level terrace, a fitness center, and coworking spaces. When complete, the building will comprise 36,800 square feet.

Preliminary renderings also reveal a gray and white concrete structure with a multi-story glass curtain wall feature. The illustrations do not depict any private outdoor space for future occupants.

The developer is Jaime M. Weiss, a principal of Weiss Realty Co. Inc. based in Moonachie, New Jersey. Weiss and his development firm have been honored by the Greater Fort Lee Chamber of Commerce in the past for their contributions to the evolving city.

At this time, the developer has yet to receive approvals from local agencies. The project team has also not confirmed an anticipated date of completion or when the project is expected to break ground.

Construction site at 2130 Center Avenue - Weiss Realty Co. Inc.

Construction site at 2130 Center Avenue – Weiss Realty Co. Inc.

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4 Comments on "Bilow Garret Group Architects Reveals Renderings for 2130 Center Avenue In Fort Lee, New Jersey"

  1. Blocking progress is not allowed here, so what do you think about the latest: Thank you.

  2. How is this not a high rise?

  3. Robert Moses III | May 29, 2020 at 12:21 pm | Reply

    Before anything else is built an mta line should be added to the GW Bridge to get rid of some of the traffic.

  4. I don’t know of any engineering concerns (I mean, it is near a retaining wall for a major highway but that might not be an issue) but it could just be an artifact of local zoning.

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