West New York is set to gain another infill project in a residential neighborhood atop the Palisades.
A 16-unit development is being proposed for 6203-6207 Hudson Avenue, between 62nd and 64th Street. The project calls for the proposed building to be five stories tall and for 22 private parking spaces to be provided on-site, according to a legal notice from the Alonso & Navarrete law firm. The West New York Zoning Board of Adjustment was scheduled to hear this proposal for the first time during its meeting on Feb. 15.
The developer, 6203 Hudson West New York, LLC, is registered out of an industrial building in Moonachie, Bergen County. NJ Parcels records show that the company acquired 6203 and 6205 Hudson Avenue for $95,000 in 2014 from a Rockland County, New York LLC, while 6207 Hudson Avenue was purchased for $300,000 in 2016 from a local couple. 6203 Hudson West New York, LLC is seeking Site Plan approval with variances such as density, conditional use, and building coverage, according to the notice.
These properties have long contained a two-story building with an attached garage, both of which have no signage in front with the exception of “no parking” signs. It is not clear when the structures were last occupied, but they contained Hartel Electro Plating and Schaffer Quality Builders at some point.