Jersey City

Rendering of Journal Square Urby. Building design by HLW Architects and Concrete

Journal Square Urby Nears Completion At 575 Pavonia Avenue In Jersey City, New Jersey

Construction is nearing completion on Journal Square Urby, a 25-story residential tower at 575 Pavonia Avenue in Journal Square, Jersey City. Designed by HLW Architects and Concrete and developed by Ironstate Development, Panepinto Properties, and Kimmel, the 265-foot-tall structure will yield 317 units in studio to three-bedroom layouts and access to a public cafe through the lobby. Leasing for the property is set to commence in June.

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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 307 Bergen Avenue, courtesy of Garden State Community Development Corporation

Construction Begins At 307 Bergen Avenue In Greenville, Jersey City

The Garden State Community Development Corporation, working alongside the Wells Fargo Foundation and local developer Cara Squared LLC, announced the commencement of construction on 307 Bergen Avenue, a $6.3 million housing development in Jersey City’s Greenville neighborhood. The project, which was designed by Inglese Architecture & Engineering, aims to convert a former parking lot into a 12-unit residential condominium complex, intended specifically for low-income families earning 70 percent or less of the area median income.

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Rendering of 50 and 55 Hudson Street, via MHS Architects

Tishman Speyer Acquires 50 and 55 Hudson Street for Two-Tower Project in Jersey City

Tishman Speyer has completed the acquisition of land for a new mixed-use development at 50 Hudson Street and 55 Hudson Street in Jersey City. The project, which has been designed in collaboration between Handel Architects, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, and landscape architect Melillo Bauer Carman, is situated on the Hudson River waterfront and plans to yield approximately 2,000 apartments.

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