The Albion Hotel and Restaurant to Debut at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City

Rendering of The Albion, Jersey City - The Landmark CompaniesRendering of The Albion, Jersey City - The Landmark Companies

Jersey City will soon be home to the next Albion Hotel, a hotel chain with multiple properties in the North Jersey area. Located at 201 Newark Avenue, this latest venture will introduce around 100 guest rooms and Felina, a restaurant concept led by award-winning chef Anthony Bucco.

Developer and hotelier Frank Cretella, principal of The Landmark Companies, is responsible for the project.

The full scope of the development includes a gut renovation of an imposing two-story bank building, an infill of its former parking lot, and a vertical expansion to maximize available floor space.

The existing façade will remain mostly unchanged, spare a new coat of beige paint. The vertical addition and the new restaurant will be enclosed in a sleek glass façade with dark gray cladding.

Rendering of The Albion Jersey City - The Landmark Companies

Rendering of The Albion Jersey City – The Landmark Companies

Rendering of The Albion, Jersey City - The Landmark Companies

Rendering of The Albion, Jersey City – The Landmark Companies

The renderings also tease at roof-level amenities, which will include a pool, a fitness center, and open-air lounge space.

Pending approvals, Cretella is confident the hotel will open to the public by spring 2023.

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7 Comments on "The Albion Hotel and Restaurant to Debut at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City"

  1. Cool. I like it.

  2. Seems like they’re going to cram a lot of hotel into a smallish space. Well…

  3. David : Sent From Heaven. | February 25, 2021 at 11:39 pm | Reply

    While I just viewed frozen in my sudden straight-sightseeing, feeling my face with playful smile: Thank you.

  4. looks ugly. i don’t like it.

  5. Very good — shows how preservation and growth need not be in conflict.

  6. A hotel is needed down there because……..

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