Nearly a year after a preliminary concept for the “One Grove” development with 148 residential units was announced, the number of residential units within the proposed mixed-use project near the southern end of Jersey City’s Grove Street could increase by roughly a third.
The plan for the building at 221 Grove Street now calls for a 13-story structure with a mezzanine level, 198 residential units, 80 parking spaces, and an unspecified amount of retail or commercial space on the ground floor, according to a notice of hearing from late March.
One Grove Property, LLC is seeking preliminary and final major site plan approval with deviations related to matters such as parking, height, and signage, the notice says.
The notice added that the developer’s application is scheduled to go before the Jersey City Planning Board during its April 6 meeting, but the agenda for the meeting in question does not mention One Grove.
Jersey Digs first reported on the project back in April 2020. At the time, the Board of Commissioners of the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (JCRA) designated One Grove Property, LLC as the redeveloper of the premises.
A presentation that was submitted to the JCRA in advance of the designation described One Grove as a 12-story proposal sponsored by Strategic Capital with 148 residential units, 75 parking spaces, 6,420 square feet of retail space, and an attic floor.