Plans have been released for a proposal to bring a mixed-use development to two neighboring parcels that have sat vacant for well over a decade in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood
During its meeting on December 15, the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency’s Board of Commissioners voted to adopt a resolution involving a proposed five-story building at 385 and 387 Communipaw Avenue. The resolution says that GND JC Holdings, LLC is planning a project with 18 residential units and two commercial storefronts.
One of the residential units would “be restricted as low income affordable housing,” according to the resolution.
The resolution formally designated GND JC Holdings, LLC as the redeveloper of 385 and 387 Communipaw Avenue. Municipal tax filings list this company as the owner of both tracts. The firm’s listed address is a house in the Morganville section of suburban Marlboro Township in Monmouth County.
Site plans from Monteforte Architectural Studio that were obtained by Jersey Digs through a public records request with the JCRA show that parking would not be included, though there would be bike storage racks. An “amenity roof” is also planned for the building.