Final Renderings Released for 41-Story MGM Marin Blvd in Jersey City

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Aerial view: 331 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City. Rendering courtesy Marchetto Higgins Stieve.

A timeline has been revealed detailing how long it should take to complete another high-rise addition to Downtown’s skyline, as one of the city’s more prominent developers looks to be moving forward on a project near the Grove Street PATH station.


We first reported on a proposal at 331 Marin Boulevard way back in March 2017. Some details of the project have changed, but the development still combines a whopping 26 lots that are mostly vacant following the demolition of a modest three-story building in early 2018.

Dubbed MGM Marin Boulevard, the development comes courtesy of Jersey City-based Silverman. The company announced last month that they are moving ahead with a 57-unit project in Hamilton Park, but their Marin Boulevard project will be their first true high-rise set to top out at 41 stories.

Final details of the 482-unit rental building include 121 parking spaces and 14,000 square feet of amenity space. Renderings released by Hoboken-based Marchetto Higgins Stieve show a seven-story base sporting an outdoor pool area with a setback tower rising the rest of the way. Large, almost floor-to-ceiling windows are featured on the tower portion, which utilizes darker panels in a bit of a contrast to the red and white hues that adorn nearby buildings like 90 Columbus or Provost Square.

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331 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City. Rendering courtesy Marchetto Higgins Stieve.

Silverman’s biggest project to date falls within the Morgan Grove Marin Redevelopment Plan and will feature a 125-seat theater on the ground floor of the property. No affordable housing units are included in the project, as none are required under the redevelopment plan. A company called The Albanese Group is acting as asset manager on the development.

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Street level and theater entrance. Rendering courtesy Marchetto Higgins Stieve.

The property that will encompass the future MGM Marin Boulevard is currently being used as a parking lot, but Silverman told us that they will be starting construction on the land “very soon.” Their aim is to complete the project by 2022.

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