Façade installation is progressing on Lotus 315, a 17-story residential building at 260 South Harrison Street in East Orange, New Jersey. Designed by INOA Architecture and developed by Blackstone 360, the roughly 300,000-square-foot structure will yield more than 200 units, amenity spaces, and a 215-vehicle below-grade parking structure.
Community Preservation Partners and L+M Development Partners have revealed a $123 million overhaul of a senior community development know as Norman Towers. Located in East Orange at 500 North Walnut Street, the building contains 406 units of affordable housing and was originally completed in 1980.
The City Council of East Orange, New Jersey has given Blackstone 360 the green light to construct a new residential development at 260 South Harrison Street. Known as “Allure 260,” the building will top-off at 18 stories and comprise 325,000 square feet, with 201 units situated within.
A new 17-story building is planned to rise at 260 South Harrison Street, in the East Orange neighborhood of New Jersey, and today YIMBY has the exclusive reveal for the project. The site is seven blocks away from the Brick Church train station, serviced by the New Jersey Transit. 256-260 Urban Renewal LLC is the developer.
Renderings have been revealed of a 17-story, 308-unit mixed-use building at 30 Evergreen Place, located on the corner of Freeway Drive East in East Orange, in Essex County, N.J. The project, dubbed The Station at Brick Church, will also contain retail space, a public plaza, and a parking garage, according to the Urban Essex Coalition for Smart Growth. TD+Partners and J.G. Petrucci Company Inc. are the developers, Jersey Digs reported, while Clarke Caton Hintz is serving as the design architect. Phase one of the project, presumably the residential tower, is slated to be complete in 2018. The 2.5-acre plot is currently vacant. The site’s predecessors, two office buildings, were demolished some time before 2009.