Construction is almost complete on Stevens Institute of Technology‘s new two-tower Student Housing and University Center in Hoboken, New Jersey. Designed by Design Collective and Wallace Roberts and Todd, the 392,000-square-foot structure is comprised of 16- and 18-story towers rising from a 70,000-square-foot podium, and is the largest expansion in the institute’s history. The new building will accommodate 994 students, bringing Stevens’ cumulative resident capacity up to 3,500. The project is located along the Hudson River waterfront and is expected to cost $256 million.
This spring, developers will launch sales at Wonder Lofts, a residential conversion project at a former Wonder Bread Factory in Hoboken, New Jersey. The property is located at 720 Clinton Street and houses 83 loft-style condominiums, 14,400 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces, and thoughtfully curated interior accents throughout.
Construction is nearing the halfway mark on the much-anticipated Student Housing and University Center at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. Design Collective and Wallace Roberts and Todd are the designers of the development, which consists of 16- and 18-story towers that rise from a three-story 70,000-square-foot base. The project aims to house 994 students, helping accommodate Steven’s projected campus population of 3,500.
Bijou Properties’ latest rental property in Hoboken, New Jersey is now over 70 percent leased. Known as 7 Seventy House, the property is located at 770 Jackson Street and overlooks a recently completed public plaza.
Toll Brothers City Living recently debuted a collection of model residences at Hudson Tea, a new condominium building at 1425 Hudson Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. The project was designed by Marchetto Higgins Stieve with interiors by INC Architecture Design.