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JERSEY CITY | Liberty Harbor | 2,015 Units | 60 + 51 + 40 + 37 + 30 + 18 FLOORS

Here is the plan - heights are the maximum allowed on top of a three story podium, which will serve as a public park\plaza. I can't wait to see more detailed renderings.

http://data.jerseycitynj.gov/dataset...d17-030917.pdf

EDIT to remove information applicable to the other project

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Jersey City is not f***ing around. The powerhouse city of NJ.


Adds so much to the region. Between this, and DoBro, Lower M is becoming huge as these two areas further boost the skyline mass, and density on both sides of the rivers.
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Glad to see Jersey City expanding in all directions - waterfront development done right!
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^^^ Thanks Chris. A bit of confusion going on here.

There are actually two proposals that are being talked about. Both have over 2000 units, but one is just south of Liberty State Park (that's the Liberty Harbor project with the 2,015 Units and 60-story tower from the thread title), and the other one is just north of Liberty State Park (that's the 2,265-unit Crescent Park project from the Jersey Digs article).

The confusion is natural because they have similar unit counts, are both crescent-shaped, and are both adjacent to Liberty state Park.
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^^^ Thanks Chris. A bit of confusion going on here.

There are actually two proposals that are being talked about. Both have over 2000 units, but one is just south of Liberty State Park (that's the Liberty Harbor project with the 2,015 Units and 60-story tower from the thread title), and the other one is just north of Liberty State Park (that's the 2,265-unit Crescent Park project from the Jersey Digs article).

The confusion is natural because they have similar unit counts, are both crescent-shaped, and are both adjacent to Liberty state Park.



I can't keep up anymore either. So much stuff going on!
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Here's a quick map, should help.



The one in the original thread, Crescent Park, is in the north of Liberty State Park, essentially an extension of Liberty Harbor North. There used to be a proposal called "The Riveria" here

The other proposal called Liberty Harbor (confusing!) is south of Liberty State Park, right near the golf course. This was where the Liberty Rising casino was proposed, and before that, three large residential towers.
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I am so giddy about this.. only thing I need to squeal with delight is finally hearing that One Journal Square is finally a go.. GET BUSY GUYS!

But I digress... I love all the new stuff coming out, and both Liberty State Park developments are going to really do a lot pushing forward Jersey City forward, as CIA put colorfully earlier in the thread, lol! I'm so eager to hear about both, and thanks CIA for definitively answering the question I had... was the Liberty Harbor six tower centered project the one originally having those three sail shaped towers and it appears yes. I love though what I see for this one... and the centerpiece tower definitely looks like a future iconic building for Jersey City.
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Here's a quick map, should help.



The one in the original thread, Crescent Park, is in the north of Liberty State Park, essentially an extension of Liberty Harbor North. There used to be a proposal called "The Riveria" here

The other proposal called Liberty Harbor (confusing!) is south of Liberty State Park, right near the golf course. This was where the Liberty Rising casino was proposed, and before that, three large residential towers.

The Crescent Park development makes the most sense. It's where the attention should be focused.
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^^^ Thanks Chris. A bit of confusion going on here.

There are actually two proposals that are being talked about. Both have over 2000 units, but one is just south of Liberty State Park (that's the Liberty Harbor project with the 2,015 Units and 60-story tower from the thread title), and the other one is just north of Liberty State Park (that's the 2,265-unit Crescent Park project from the Jersey Digs article).

The confusion is natural because they have similar unit counts, are both crescent-shaped, and are both adjacent to Liberty state Park.
Ah, thanks for the clarification.

Yeaah its incredible how close these are. And so many units. Almost to good to be true. So all in all, looks like a healthy 4600 units or so between the two.

The density for this tract is going to skyrocket in the next 10 years.
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Liberty Harbor’s 88 Regent Street to Break Ground Next Year





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With construction at 333 Grand Street set to wrap in the early spring, the biggest developer behind the Liberty Harbor project has already gained approvals for a new tower set to rise at the intersection of Jersey Avenue and Regent Street.

Last month, representatives from Liberty Harbor met with the Van Vorst Park Association to present their modified plans for property they own at 88 Regent Street. The Planning Board then signed off on the changes at their November 17th meeting, which fully conform to the area’s existing zoning.

Designed by Hoboken-based Marchetto Higgins Stieve, the 32-story development will consist of 392 rental apartments, 9,110 sq. ft. of ground floor retail, and over 5,000 sq. ft. of office space. A multi-level garage with space for over 300 cars will be included at the property, but will be buried within the structure from the street to better conceal it from pedestrians.

88 Regent will be more of a skinny tower and feature large glass components. The corner of the property will be rounded, although more suddenly and dramatically than the 333 Grand building. A dome-like structure dubbed a cupola will be featured on top of the building, which was designed to offer great views of NYC, Ellis Island, Liberty State Park, and other local landmarks.

A representative for the developer told Jersey Digs that the project was designed to activate the space, and they hope the property becomes iconic. The location and height of the development means it will be one of the first things people heading to Downtown Jersey City see when traveling along Grand Street.

“We view 88 Regent as a gateway building for Downtown,” the rep says. “We hope it’s a positive introduction for the neighborhood.”
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