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Jersey City Approves 246-Unit Rampart House Along Former Rail Line
The company will be incorporating a former elevated railway into their latest seven-story project that will complete a three-building revitalization in Jersey City.
Renderings Revealed for 1,114-Unit Development Along Jersey City Waterfront
The planning board will consider a proposal from LeFrak to construct three buildings along the city’s northern border, create a new street, and add three storefronts to the Newport neighborhood.
LeFrak’s Four Tower, 1,700-Unit Project in Jersey City Gains Preliminary Approval
Despite community concerns, the planning board gave an initial green light to a Jersey City proposal that would revitalize a pier.
LeFrak to Pitch Downsized Four-Tower Pier Proposal to Jersey City’s Planning Board
The company’s latest application for an 8.5-acre lot they own along the Hudson River in Jersey City now includes over 1,700 units and will be presented during an upcoming special meeting.
LeFrak Plans Three Towers, Over 1,110 Units in Jersey City
The developer has submitted plans to construct a trio of mixed-use buildings in downtown Jersey City.
Jersey City Approves LeFrak’s Latest 387-Unit Waterfront Tower
The developer’s latest Jersey City high-rise includes ground-floor retail space plus a parking garage.
Petition Urges LeFrak to Scale Back Five-Tower Plan for Jersey City Waterfront
Condo owners at the nearby Mandalay on the Hudson are claiming the 1,998-unit proposal would enrich developers “at the expense of residents' safety and quality of life.”
Images Revealed as LeFrak’s Five-Tower Project Heads to Jersey City’s Planning Board
The company is looking to extend a roadway into an eight-acre Newport pier while building a mixed-use project featuring 1,998 units, parking, retail, and public open space.
Jersey City’s Controversial Newport Pier Park Gains Approval
Following months of debate, the city’s planning board has signed off on a modified application to bring a walkway, art plaza, seating areas, and more to a pier along the Hudson River.
Following Rejection, LeFrak Submits New Plans for Newport Pier Park
The prominent Jersey City developer has eliminated a controversial section of their previous proposal that would have made a portion of the park accessible only to residents of their buildings.