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Rendering of 387 8th Street, by INOA Architecture

387 8th Street Breaks Ground in Hamilton Park, Jersey City

Construction has broken ground on 387 8th Street, a ten-story residential building in Hamilton Park, Jersey City. Designed by INOA Architecture and developed by EPIRE, the structure will yield 75 units, 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 77 parking spaces. Christie Engineering is the structural engineer and Wilco Construction is the general contractor for the project, which is located between Brunswick and Division Streets.

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Rendering of The Summit Tower, via INOA Architecture

The Summit Tower Receives Zoning Approval at 200-208 Market Street in Newark, New Jersey

The City of Newark Zoning Board has granted approval for the construction of the Summit Tower, a 41-story residential skyscraper planned for 200-208 Market Street in Newark, New Jersey. Designed by INOA Architecture and developed by KS Group, the 515-foot-tall structure will yield 514 units, with 20 percent of the inventory reserved for affordable housing, as well as 142 valet-operated parking spaces. The property will span the block between Market Street and Edison Place, which is directly adjacent to Prudential Center. The project has also previously secured approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Newark Landmark Historic Preservation Commission.
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Render of Halo at 289-301 Washington Street, courtesy of INOA Architecture

Halo Tower 1 Tops Out At 289-301 Washington Street In Newark, New Jersey

Construction has topped out on Halo 1, the shortest structure in a three-tower skyscraper development at 289-301 Washington Street in Newark, New Jersey. Designed by INOA Architecture and developed by Acier Holdings, the project will feature 42-, 52, and 53-story volumes standing between 454 and 573 feet tall, which will earn it the distinction of the tallest building in Newark. When complete, the development will yield 1,075 total apartments in a mix of studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom layouts, as well as a suite of amenities and a 343-vehicle parking garage. The property is located along Washington Street between Branford Place and William Street, on the southwestern edge of the city’s downtown.

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Rendering of Miroza Tower at 44 Hudson Street, by INOA Architecture

Yonkers IDA Approves Financial Incentives for Miroza Tower at 44 Hudson Street in Downtown Yonkers

The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency has granted final approval for financial incentives to support the construction of Miroza Tower, a 27-story residential building at 44 Hudson Street in downtown Yonkers. The decision was made on January 23 at the agency’s monthly meeting, marking an important step forward for the $133.5 million project.

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