Jersey City Planning Board to Hear 11-Unit McGinley Square Development Application

87 Storms Ave Jersey City
87 Storms Avenue, Jersey City. Image via Google Maps/Street View.

A Middlesex County developer’s plan to bring a new four-story project to a property in McGinley Square could be approved this evening.

The Jersey City Planning Board is scheduled to hear a proposal by Green Homes Developer, Inc. during its Zoom special meeting today, August 25, at 5:30 p.m. The application involves 87 Storms Avenue, a tract near Monticello Avenue that was acquired by the company last summer for $450,000, according to sales records.

87 Storms Ave Jersey City Rendering
Rendering. Image courtesy of Hampton Hill Architecture.

The developer is planning to demolish an existing two-story single-family building in order to construct an 11-unit project, according to an interdepartmental memorandum from Jersey City environmental planner Lindsey Sigmund. The memorandum states that no variances are being sought and that there would be four studios, six one-bedroom units, and one two-bedroom unit, along with a “rear lawn area and a patio.”

The application includes site plans from Hampton Hill Architecture. It lists the present use of the 2,875-square-foot parcel as “vacant” and does not mention plans for any “affordable housing units” in the proposed project.

Green Homes Developer, Inc. is registered out of a house in suburban Monroe Township. A disclosure statement for the company that was included as part of the application materials lists that Sukhwinder Singh and Neelu Mudhar each have 50 percent ownership.

Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the Jersey City Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.



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