Community meetings organized by The City of Hoboken and a local developer will determine the outcome of a major rezoning initiative known as the Public Works Garage Site Redevelopment Plan. The initiative was launched in 2006 to replace a partially derelict municipal parking garage and surrounding parcels with a mix of residential, retail, and publicly accessible area.
Bijou Properties and Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation have launched leasing at 7 Seventy House, a mixed-use residential building on the western edge of Hoboken, New Jersey. The new property is located at 770 Jackson Street and includes 424 rentals and approximately 25,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.
408 Adams Street recently topped out in Hoboken, New Jersey. The upcoming two-family residential project now stands 40 feet tall and is designed by Nastasi Architects while 408 Adams, LLC is the developer. The site is located between Fourth Street and Fifth Street in the center of the city. A three-story low-rise building once stood on the property and has been demolished to make way for the new five-story structure.
Construction has topped out at 828 Park Avenue, a five-story residential project in Hoboken, New Jersey. Designed by Nastasi Architects and developed by Hudson Place Realty, the property is located between Eighth Street and Ninth Street, near Hoboken High School and Stevens Institute of Technology. The site was once a narrow vacant lot between two existing brownstones. The new building’s design integrates with the adjacent white-colored structure to the north, resulting in a singular edifice that preserves the original facade.
A ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for the first phase of a mixed-use project at 700 Jackson Street, located on two blocks between 6th and 8th streets in Hoboken, N.J. The first phase will see the construction of a single-story, 6,835-square-foot community gymnasium along Jackson Street, between 6th and 7th streets, and public park space across both blocks. Significant infrastructure work will also be done as part of the first phase, expected to be complete by 2019, Jersey Digs reported.