Changes Made to 274-Unit ‘Jersey Walk’ Project at Former Elizabeth Hospital Site

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Jersey Walk 907 931 East Jersey Street Elizabeth Rendering
The latest plan for the amenity building at the Jersey Walk development at 907-931 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth.

Modifications have been made to a project that involves the redevelopment of an old hospital site near Routes 1 and 9 in Union County.


During a meeting in January, the Elizabeth Planning Board memorialized its second amended approval of a resolution involving the Jersey Walk project at 907-931 East Jersey Street.

Lakewood-based CMT Developers, LLC’s plan for the vacant former Elizabeth General Medical Center premises still includes two buildings with 274 residential units combined, but each residential structure is now expected to be six stories tall, according to the new resolution.

Jersey Walk 907 931 East Jersey Street Elizabeth Site Plan 1
Jersey Walk site plan.

The one along East Jersey Street is now reportedly slated to include 221 units and 3,000 square feet of retail space while the other along Lafayette Street is set to contain 53 units. The latter building “will be attached to the existing parking garage from the hospital complex,” the document says.

The latest version of the proposal also involves the development of a circular two-story amenity building between the residential structures that would include features such as an indoor pool, gym, and roof amenity space, according to the new resolution.

Jersey Walk 907 931 East Jersey Street Elizabeth Rendering 2
The latest plan for the amenity building at the Jersey Walk development at 907-931 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth.

Jersey Digs first reported on this project back in 2017. A resolution approved by the Elizabeth Planning Board at the time stated that one of the two residential buildings at the complex was expected to be 10 stories tall and include 111 apartments while the other was slated to be seven stories tall with 163 apartments.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Only for those with the financial stability would be eligible not for senor who are retired and have work hard and live on a set income although I’m sure some might be more stable than others.

    It’s still nice God bless.

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