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Those are a very good-looking pair of towers... just like the Fordham University building on the Upper East Side.
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I hope there's street level retail in that parking garage because if not... ugh.

Otherwise, good to see this thing rising. What's the total height? Looks to be about 43 floors or so by now.
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Topped out for a while and with the cladding well advanced, near its completion...

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Reminds me of the Biltmore at 8th and 47th.
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As the first tower nears completion, is there any word on Phase 2?
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Phase 2 should start a couple of months after phase one. They wanted to build 70 Columbus Street first. Like many JC projects, one by one they go up over the course of several years.
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It will likley depend on how quickly Phase I leases up. My guess is the start of phase II isn't too far away.
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Second tower and hotel to rise...

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Title update: JERSEY CITY | 70-90 Columbus | 525 FT | 50 + 50 + 14 FLOORS

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Phase 2 should start a couple of months after phase one. They wanted to build 70 Columbus Street first. Like many JC projects, one by one they go up over the course of several years.
I have an update -- it's probably obvious at this point but expect the second tower (90 Columbus) to break ground within the next 2 months. It might be a larger floorplate, smaller unit sizes, or combination of both but tower 2 will have nearly 100 more units than 70 Columbus. The heights remain the same.
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Good to know. Glad they are constantly changing the time tables for the better.

I just kinda with with URL that it was rising all at once.

Kinda glad with the height. Its so noticeable for the area that its a solid addition for the area. Quite dominant when viewed from Kearny or on I-95.
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Ironstate Development Receives $170M in Financing for Apartment Tower in Jersey City

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Ironstate Development has received $170 million in permanent mortgage financing for the newly completed 70 Columbus, a 545-unit, Class A apartment tower in downtown Jersey City, located just across the Hudson River from downtown Manhattan.

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler (HFF) arranged the financing on behalf of Ironstate and Panepinto Properties. Northwestern Mutual Real Estate provided the 10-year, fixed-rate loan, which replaced the existing construction financing.

Designed by Gwathmey, Siegel, Kaufman and Associates Architects (GSKA) and HLW International, 70 Columbus includes studio, one- and two-bedroom rental residences featuring views of the New York skyline, wood floors, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops.

Common-area amenities include a lobby with fireplace lounge and social spaces designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, bike room, business center, 60,000-square-foot roof deck with swimming pool, sport court, table tennis, grilling stations, dog run, and a 30,000-square-foot fitness center.

The 50-story tower is located at 70 Christopher Columbus Drive at the road’s intersection with Warren Street, and within walking distance of the Hudson River. Ground-floor retail space at 70 Columbus includes a Sunac Natural Market and a Base Fitness Gym.

The apartment tower is part of a series of Ironstate developments on the street. The company also built 50 Columbus, which successfully leased all 400 residential units within the first year of the building’s opening. Additional phases still under development include a 152-key Marriott Residence Inn at 80 Columbus slated to open in fall 2016, and 90 Columbus, which will feature 539 rental units.
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