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Thumbs up JERSEY CITY | Development Database

Jersey City is thriving. So much so that's it hard to keep up with all the action. My intention is to maintain a simple database of what's planned and under construction in Jersey City. Please help me keep it updated by posting any corrections or new information that needs to be added to the database. My policy is not to include photos on the first post, only in subsequent posts (a minor pet peeve of mine in similar threads that list all the renderings of proposals in a given city.)

Without further ado, I present the Jersey City Development Database as of January 23, 2015:

99 Hudson Street | residential | 95 floors | approved
Liberty Rising | residential | 95 floors | proposed
Journal Squared Tower III | residential | 74 floors (up to 85 possible) | approved
Urban Ready Living II | residential | 70 floors | under construction
Urban Ready Living I | residential | 69 floors | under construction
Urban Ready Living III | residential | 65 floors | under construction
San Remo | residential | 61 floors | proposed
One Journal Square (City Center Towers) I | residential | 60 floors | approved
One Journal Square (City Center Towers) II | residential | 60 floors | approved
Journal Squared Tower II | residential | 60 floors | approved
Journal Squared Tower I | residential | 54 floors | under construction
65 Bay Street | residential | 50 floors | approved
70 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | under construction
90 Columbus Plaza | residential | 50 floors | under construction
Liberty Harbor North Tower I | residential | 44 floors | proposed
Liberty Harbor North Tower II | residential | 44 floors | proposed
500 Summit, Journal Square | residential | 42 floors | proposed
30 Journal Square Plaza | residential | 40 floors | proposed
401 Washington Blvd | residential | 38 floors | proposed
160 Morgan St (Provost Square P1) | residential | 38 floors | under construction
110 First Street | residential | 35 floors | under construction
McGinley Square | residential | 20 floors | proposed
Hartz Mountain - Journal Square | residential | 13 floors | proposed
Liberty Science Center expansion | institutional | ? floors | approved

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Updated 3/28/14
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Some news/updates as of the Month of March:
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First phase of Journal Squared residential project kicks off


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The first phase of Journal Squared, a trio of residential towers in the works for Jersey City, broke ground Monday.

The 54-story tower at 615 Pavonia Avenue will contain 540 of the three-tower project’s planned 1,840 apartments. Upon completion, the development will span a total of 2.3 million square feet and contain a mix of retail, restaurants, lobbies and parking in the base of the three buildings. The tallest tower, at 70 stories, is on track to snag a Garden State record for its height.
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Kushner plans 40-story tower on former Jersey Journal site



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Kushner Companies and the KABR Group have released renderings for the planned conversation of the former Jersey City headquarters of the newspaper Jersey Journal. The property is slated to be turned into a 40-story tower holding 525 apartments.
The developer acquired the five-story, 101-square-foot building at 30 Journal Square in recent months, the blog New York Yimby reported.
A spokesperson for Kushner told The Real Deal that the building was purchased for $2.5 million.
Douglas Elliman served as the broker. The tower will step down toward the iconic structure, according to designs from architect Ismael Leyva.
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Trust reveals plans for stalled twin Jersey City towers


From left: New rendering and old rendering of City Center Towers

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A property trust has released updated renderings of a long-delayed project in Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood.
Multi-Employer Property Trust, associated with Washington, D.C.-based real estate firm Landon Butler, is developing the site at City Center, also known as One Journal Square. The original design by architectural firm Humphreys & Partners depicted twin 60-story buildings connected by a skybridge.
New renderings that YIMBY picked up, however, are more detailed and no longer show a walkway between the buildings.
Another developer was supposed to break ground on the development in 2007. But construction on the site was frozen by the economic downturn. The planned towers would house 1,500 residential units and 150,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, according to previous reports.
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http://www.homesbythehudson.com/Jers...ew-Development
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Another one for the front page list: JERSEY CITY | 235 Grand St (Liberty Harbor North) | FT | 45 FLOORS

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=210496



Includes the mid rise along with the high rise.
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Updated, who's missing?

Pound for pound JC is doing exceptionally well.
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Updated, who's missing?

Pound for pound JC is doing exceptionally well.
I checked it. Looks about right. Will you be adding height data in?

I'm assuming your only doing highrises and not midrises? A couple of 6-10 floor projects are missing, but if its for high rises, looks pretty accurate.
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I checked it. Looks about right. Will you be adding height data in?
I'm tempted not to - let's be different. Another pet peeve of mine is when a 60 storey building has a height of 1100 ft. The two 95 storey towers Jersey City has is most impressive, even though both may fall short of 1000ft.

Now, if the ultra rare event that the New York Times article about Liberty Rising being as tall or taller than the World Trade Center, I'll definitely add that height to that one. LoL!! Can you imagine the tallest building in the New York City metro being outside NYC?
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I'm assuming your only doing highrises and not midrises? A couple of 6-10 floor projects are missing, but if its for high rises, looks pretty accurate.
I'll try and get them all - highrises, midrises, and other notable projects like the Liberty Science Center. (along with the write-up for YIMBY today on 99 Hudson )
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