Transportation

GRO Architects Reveal 20-Story Tower and Mixed-Use Complex in Harrison, New Jersey

Harrison North of Guyon in New Jersey is the latest project to surface as part of the Harrison Waterfront Redevelopment Plan. As revealed by Jersey Digs, the mixed-use, 20-story tower is comprised of office and retail components. Located North of the Harrison PATH station, the tower will become the town’s tallest building and include 242,276 square feet of office space, 15,027 square feet of retail, and an unspecified hotel.

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LaGuardia Airport

Development Team Closes on Deal with Port Authority to Rebuild LaGuardia Airport

Back in March, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ) officially approved plans to rebuild LaGuardia Airport, in East Elmhurst, in addition to incorporating a 24-hour ferry service and an AirTrain to help transport travelers. Now, LaGuardia Gateway Partners – comprised of Vantage Airport Group, Skanska, and Meridiam – has closed on a deal with the Port Authority to actually construct the project, and to operate the new 1.3-million-square-foot airport through 2050, according to Crain’s. Demolition is expected to begin within the next few months on the five-story parking garage in front of the Central Terminal building. The Central Terminal will be the first portion to be redeveloped and is expected to be complete by 2021, followed by Terminals C and D. The development team, which is putting up $1.8 billion of its own money, has already secured $2.5 billion in financing. The Port Authority is responsible for an additional $2.2 billion that will go towards infrastructure work.


Citywide Ferry Service

Renderings Revealed of New Ferry Landings For Citywide Ferry Service Project

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) has revealed new details and renderings of the ferry landings that will be built as part of the Citywide Ferry Service project. Ten new ferry landings will be built and six new ferry lines will be introduced, bringing service to Soundview in the Bronx, the Upper East Side, Lower Manhattan, Long Island City/Astoria, to multiple locations up and down Brooklyn, Governors Island, and finally the Rockaways in Queens, Untapped Cities reports. Many of the ferry lines will terminate at either the existing Wall Street-Pier 11 or East River-34th Street landings. The new landings will measure 35-feet-wide and 90-feet-long, and will feature canopies and wind screens. The routes are expected to open in 2017 and 2018 in phases. McLaren Engineering Group is designing, and Skanska will build the landings.



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