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NEWARK | 118-126 Green Street | FT | 5 FLOORS (Conversion)

Project: 118-126 Green Street (Conversion of existing structure)

Construction is currently underway to convert the four-story building at 118-126 Green Street, at the northeast corner of New Jersey Railroad Avenue in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark’s East Ward, into the five-story Textile Lofts development. A rendering of how the project is slated to look upon completion was posted by East Ward Councilman Augusto Amador. When completed, Textile Lofts will include 64 residential loft-style units, commercial space on the ground floor, a laundromat, and parking.

Plans for a one-story addition to the building with fiber cement board siding and for the development to include a halo-lit sign reading Textile Lofts were approved with conditions in June 2015 by the Newark Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission. The Newark Central Planning Board approved the project’s amended and final site plan with variances for maximum lot coverage, insufficient rear yard setback, maximum impervious coverage, excessive signage, and primary street entrance location during a meeting back in July 2015 with conditions.
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