Construction Underway on Five-Story, 36-Unit Residential Building at 747 Grand Street, Jersey City

747 Grand Street747 Grand Street. Rendering via Jersey Digs.

Construction is well underway on a five-story, 36-unit residential project at 747 Grand Street, located on the corner of Harmon Street and Arlington Avenue in the Bergen-Lafayette section of Jersey City, N.J. The apartments will be market-rate rentals, Jersey Digs reported, with either one- or two-bedroom configurations, ranging from 700 square feet to 900 square feet. The project also features a 29-car parking garage. Paramus, N.J.-based West of Hudson Properties is developing the project, dubbed Grand Parc Residences. Construction began late last year and completion can likely be expected around 2018.

747 Grand Street

Construction at 747 Grand Street in November 2016. Image via Google Maps.

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4 Comments on "Construction Underway on Five-Story, 36-Unit Residential Building at 747 Grand Street, Jersey City"

  1. FakeName McGhee | January 12, 2017 at 6:49 pm |

    Could you do a piece looking at the number of housing units vs population growth covering NYC plus the inner ring suburban counties (Westchester, Nassau, Hudson, Bergen, Essex, Union, maybe Fairfield and Passaic)? Interested in seeing how much of the regional housing demand Jersey is absorbing.

  2. boy there’s a looker…pfff

  3. The work involved constructing a five-story building in Jersey City, the design towards outside are shown on red brick.

  4. Wow! That’s really ugly. Why can’t developers get architects to design these things to blend with the neighborhood. Yuck!

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