A small infill development will be constructed next to a Hoboken shopping center.
Records from the City of Hoboken show that a five-story mixed-use building is coming to 313 Jackson Street, between 3rd and 4th Streets. The project, which was approved with conditions by the Hoboken Planning Board during its April 3 meeting, will include four residential units on each of the top four floors with 831 square feet of retail space at the street level. All of the units will contain three bedrooms, according to the city documents, and a bike rack and garbage area will also be provided on the premises. The highest unit will also include a private deck.
Montville Township, Morris County-based Kore Realty, LLC is behind the proposal while Russell Bodnar is listed as the project architect.
Currently, the 2,500-square-foot property contains a three-story house along Jackson Street and a two-car garage in the back of the premises. The site, which was purchased last June by Kore Realty for $602,500, is situated next to the West Side Plaza shopping center. It sits across the street from the Hoboken Housing Authority’s Harrison Gardens complex and is within walking distance of the 2nd Street Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station.