Hudson Exchange West’s 35-Story, 421-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Tops Out at 430 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City

430 Marin Boulevard430 Marin Boulevard. Photo by JC_Heights via the YIMBY Forums.

Construction has topped out on the 35-story, 421-unit mixed-use building at 430 Marin Boulevard, in downtown Jersey City. The construction update is possible thanks to a photo posted to the Forums. The new building will contain 10,126 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 20 percent of the apartments (85 units) will be designated as affordable. The tower is being built as part of the 11-building Hudson Exchange West mega-development. The developer, Forest City Ratner, is facing a lawsuit over the legality of developing the property, due to a former railway that was removed in the 1990s, Jersey Digs reported. It appears construction on the first building has continued despite the legal challenge. Perkins Eastman is behind the design. Completion of the first building is expected in 2017.

430 Marin Boulevard

430 Marin Boulevard, rendering via EB-5 Investment

A previous version of this story incorrectly described the state of construction.

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1 Comment on "Hudson Exchange West’s 35-Story, 421-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Tops Out at 430 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City"

  1. Climb to tall structure again, big plan and mega-development feel me looking sky-high.

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