Slated for completion by spring 2020, the meticulous restoration and conversion of Downtown Jersey City's historic Scotch Presbyterian Church is truly taking shape.
The vertical expansion of a century-old industrial building is underway as it is being repurposed into 68 condominiums and ground floor retail space.
A 44-story tower near one of Downtown’s light rail stations will add significant retail space and 452 new rentals in a high-rise that sports unobstructed views of the Statue of Liberty.
A project that’s stirred some controversy will see the existing Fulton Street Park demolished in favor of new green space along nearby Martin Luther King Jr. Drive that will feature a canopied stage, playgrounds, and more.
The 12-story development at 1000 Maxwell Lane is slated to deliver 110,800 square feet of speculative office space, street-level retail, and five stories of condominiums.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority will break ground this month on a $10 million project that will build a new vehicular access road from Downtown into Liberty State Park.
A multitude of projects along a four-block stretch will add 1,407 residential units, almost 11,000 square feet of retail, college dormitories, and two theater spaces to the most rapidly transforming stretch of the Garden State.
With so much development happening in Jersey City, it's hard to keep track of it all. In our new Construction Updates series, we'll visit all the new projects and bring you updates on the progress of each.
There will be 220 units, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, just across from Rutkowski Park. Woodmont Properties and Baker Residential are the developers, with Victor Mirontschuk of EDI International as architect. Completion is expected in a year and half.
The new residential building will feature Manhattan views and an array of resident amenities.