Ironstate Development

Renderings of 235 Grand Street - Ironstate Development/KRE Group

Ironstate Development and KRE Group Launch Previews at 235 Grand Street in Jersey City

This week, Ironstate Development and KRE Group launched preview leasing of 235 Grand Street, which will soon be one of the tallest residential structures to debut on Jersey City’s Hudson River waterfront. The 46-story tower is set to offer a collection of 549 apartments with an assortment of amenities. Designed by HLW International, the development is expected to grant occupancy by September 2019.

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90 Columbus Street Nears Full Occupancy in Downtown Jersey City

Leasing at 90 Columbus in downtown Jersey City is nearing its end, with over 400 of the 529 apartments now spoken for since the 51-story tower came to market last November. 90 Columbus is the fourth and final phase of The Columbus Collection, a mixed-use development by Ironstate Development Company and Panepinto Properties. There are a total of 1,484 rental residences, a 152-suite Residence Inn by Marriott hotel, an approximate 1,000-parking space enclosed garage, and street-level retail space housing a Base Gym and Sprove Market Place.

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100 Monitor Street, design by BKSK Architects

Renderings Revealed as Ground Broken for 100 Monitor Street, Jersey City

Last week saw the groundbreaking ceremony for a 309-unit mixed-use building rising on a 2.7-acre vacant lot at 100 Monitor Street, in Jersey City’s Lafayette neighborhood. The project will include 304 apartments, along with an 8,000 square-foot office for the Jersey City redevelopment agency and a 3,800 square-foot retail space. Ironstate Development Company will be responsible for the development, as well as their joint venture partners Brookfield Property Group and Landmark Developers.

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363 Lafayette Street

Morris Adjmi-Designed 363 Lafayette Street Tops Out, East Village, Manhattan

Construction of the ten-story-tall office building at 363 Lafayette Street has topped out, with façade installation and interior work remaining. Today, we have images of the progress by Tectonic, revealing the concrete frame. YIMBY’s last report on the site revealed a redesign pushed by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, removing double-height sectioning from the original plans, and increasing the visibility of the black crossbeams, which simplified the façade.

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