A Hoboken neighborhood that is already filled with hundreds of apartments could soon have nearly two dozen more in its midst.
Developer 216 Grand Street, LLC submitted plans to the Hoboken Planning Board that involve 216 Grand Street and neighboring 217 Adams Street.
“The proposed project would construct 22 dwelling units over ground floor parking,” a May report from Dresdner Robin says. “The dwelling units would be located in two 4-story structures constructed over the parking level, with separate entrances from Grand and Adams Street.”
This project would include 57 parking spaces, 33 of which would be for a neighboring building, according to the Dresdner Robin report. The document notes that each structure would include four one-bedroom units, two two-bedroom units, four three-bedroom units, and one four-bedroom unit.
The Adams Street side of the development would also reportedly contain a second-floor gym and roof terrace.
Much of the site currently contains a parking area that is not clearly visible from the street due to a wall existing on both sides.
The developer is the contract purchaser of the site and is seeking preliminary and final site plan approval with variances and a waiver.
The Hoboken Planning Board is scheduled to hear this proposal during its Zoom meeting on Thursday, September 9, at 7:00 p.m.
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