Development proposals in the Greenville section of Jersey City have been increasing in the past year, and now another new building is planned for the neighborhood.
An all-residential project has been proposed for 373-375 Danforth Avenue, between Sullivan Drive and Fowler Avenue in Ward A, across from the Greenville Memorial Home. Few details have been released regarding the development, but City records show that should it be completed, it will be four stories tall, and will include 16 units. Nine parking spaces would be provided on the premises.
This development is being proposed by John & Maryann, LLC, which is also responsible for an upcoming 32-unit building in The Heights. For the Greenville project, the company is seeking Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan approval with variances for use, height, and being a stilted building.
The property, which is owned by 22 Fleet Street, LLC, currently contains a gated parking lot sandwiched between a church and a house. It is located within walking distance of the Danforth Plaza shopping center, which contains stores like Rite Aid and Subway, the Stadium Plaza shopping center, which features a Kmart and an ACME, and the Greenville Branch of the Jersey City Free Public Library. NJ Transit’s Bus 80 to Journal Square and Exchange Place stops just a few yards from the site.
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