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So much potential, but it's comically bad what we're getting:





Watch out for the sealevel rise in that first pic.
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342 Johnston Ave New 8 story mixed-use building.
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147-151 Academy Street, 8 floors, 69 units
167-169 Baldwin Avenue & 44-48 Newkirk Street, 12 floors, 140 units
220-238 Monticello Ave., 221-227 Fairmont Ave., 4-12 Fairview Ave., 10 floor mixed-use building with below ground parking
418-434 Palisade Avenue, 5 floors, 46 units

More mid-rises in the Journal Square area is a good thing. Looking at how the area is changing, the average weekday ridership so far in 2018 at the Journal Square PATH station is 25,493, up 13% from 22,542 the year before.
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Trust me. You're not missing anything. It could have very well been the most boring design in the entire NYC metro area, ever.
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Is this 33 Park or something new?
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Is this 33 Park or something new?
That's Liberty Harbor North.

Although on a side note, 33 Park will eventually have another tower for Phase II.
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That's Liberty Harbor North.

Although on a side note, 33 Park will eventually have another tower for Phase II.
33 Park:



They look nearly identical. copy pasta
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They look nearly identical. copy pasta
CIA - It is 33 Park, showing both Phase 1 and 2.
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JERSEY CITY | 391 Palisade Avenue (Gallery Lofts) | FT | 6 FLOORS

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Distinctively designed, generously sized residences will be outfitted with top of the line finishes and fixtures. Select homes feature terraces as well as Manhattan views. On-site parking is also available with many units.

Located at 391 Palisade Avenue, the building is well positioned to benefit from the rebirth of the once prominent retail corridor. With a slew of new restaurants, like Choc O Pan, Low Fidelity, and Pizza Vita, already open and more in the works, Palisade Avenue will soon become the jewel of the Heights.

For groceries and staples, residents have a choice between Supremo or Stop and Shop, both within a few blocks. Also, a short walk away are the 100 steps to Hoboken providing easy access to the Light Rail, PATH and endless shops and restaurants.

Hoboken-based Fields Construction is constructing the building. Fields, which has operated in Jersey City and Hoboken for decades, is now the go-to firm for developers expecting the best.
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