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Old Posted Aug 18, 2016, 3:20 AM
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A prediction... if the first Journal Squared tower leases up quickly and is a big success, the other Kushner will submit revised plans for even taller buildings for phases 2 and 3. I would also not be surprised if the Journal Square plan is amended in the next few months to allow for even more density.
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They should just give it the extra foot. I like nice, rounded up numbers.
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The city is now officially reports that 70 storys is now planned. Check out item 65 on the Journal Square map. http://data.jerseycitynj.gov/dataset...s-20160216.pdf. Expect this one to grow even taller in number of floors before all is said and done. This is one of the few places in North America where there is no height limit in the zoning.

The developer has a zoning incentive to combine lots so watch for land assemblage by Kushner, especially the building at 26 Journal Square. It will allow for even more development rights.

I'm gonna brag a little and say that I'm pleased that my early density calculations and assumptions were spot on!

Aha! Nailed this one from my call February of this year. I knew 26 Journal Square was too attractive not to include in the overall development of 30 Journal Square.

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Partnership expands mixed-use portfolio in Jersey City with purchase of 26 Journal Square

By Emily Bader, October 7, 2016 at 9:18 AM

A partnership between Kushner Companies and The KABR Group announced Thursday that it has purchased a commercial tower in the heart of Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood.

The building, 26 Journal Square, is a 16-story, 105,000-square-foot property. The pair intends to update the property “into a hub for creative firms.”

“There’s tremendous upside in the Journal Square area and this purchase continues our push to create a vibrant, mixed-use district,” said Laurent Morali, president of Kushner Cos. “26 Journal Square provides a great opportunity for creative tenants looking for a transit-friendly home in one of the region’s most cutting-edge office and residential locations.”

The partnership, which has more than 4 million square feet under development in Jersey City, plans to team up on more mixed-use projects in the area.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Jared Kushner of Kushner Companies and KABR are rockstars! Keep on doing your thing!
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Could we be looking at a supertall? The location is impeccable and would serve as a centerpiece to a growing skyscraper node.
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We'll see. It's very much market dependent.

On a side note, there is a boring machiene at One Jsq
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good find. hmm, i like the render. it's a little different. i dk about reality though, we will see.
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By framing the windows of multiple floors like that they are giving the illusion that the tower is smaller than it is in actuality. Like the Bellagio in Vegas with its double-story windows.
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This could be set to rise in December


https://newyorkyimby.com/2019/06/faa...rsey-city.html
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Permits have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for work on 30 Journal Square, a proposed 841-foot-tall mixed-use skyscraper in Jersey City. Located at the southern corner of Slip Avenue and Bergen Avenue, the project is being designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Kushner Companies, which acquired the site for $3.575 million in 2013. The permits filed are for work between December 2019 and December 2022, so activity at the site could begin by the end of the year.
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800+ feet? Nice! And I like the design
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news...

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GvJ...DTeK2G4WD/view

It's 718ft and 68 floors, a downgrade from the previously approved version.


Unrelated 184 Morgan Development:
https://www.mhsarchitects.com/wp-con...184-Morgan.pdf
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At 841 ft, this would be the 2nd tallest in Jersey City if built now. 99 Hudson being 889 ft.
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Though he's currently out of town, I'd have to go by C's post...YIMBY probably didn't have the updated plans, as this document dated May 19 shows instead of 100,000 square feet office, there is none. So until we know differently I'll go with the 68 story, 718 feet revision. I had thought I heard there was a sizable cut but I had feared substantially more , to under 600 ft... fortunately it's not nearly that drastic. It's still within the highest point in Jersey City so will look like a tower 100 feet taller from that vantage point.

Still, it's the wrong side of the Kushner family... god knows what will happen with their One Journal Square debacle but I'll believe this one only when I see it. Fingers, toes, legs and eyes crossed!
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Ok never mind. At 718 ft, it would be the 4th tallest. 99 and 30 Hudson being 1st and 2nd, with Journal Squared Phase 2 being 3rd @ 759 ft (on a side note, its the tallest component of the Journal Squared 3 tower development plan). One more to go with that one, @ 633 ft.
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Still, it's the wrong side of the Kushner family... god knows what will happen with their One Journal Square debacle but I'll believe this one only when I see it. Fingers, toes, legs and eyes crossed!
I think something will rise on that massive parcel. Could be a waiting game on that one. Although if things don't go as planned, I'd imagine the parcel being sold, because the land itself could yield something dramatic if they take advantage of it. Journal Square neighborhood has tons of demand, and not enough supply.
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news...

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GvJ...DTeK2G4WD/view

It's 718ft and 68 floors, a downgrade from the previously approved version.


Unrelated 184 Morgan Development:
https://www.mhsarchitects.com/wp-con...184-Morgan.pdf
https://newyorkyimby.com/2019/06/faa...rsey-city.html

Just a quick update - it's now 758ft on the FAA's website.
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...94859860&row=1

It will be the tallest building in Journal Square, but fall short of 99 Hudson by ~140ft.
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