Excavation is set to begin at 144 First Street in Jersey City‘s Powerhouse Arts District, the site of a 12-story mixed-use building. Designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture and developed by EPIRE, the project will yield over 111,000 square feet with 84 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom units.
Exterior work is now complete at 99 Hudson Street, a 79-story, 900-foot-tall residential skyscraper in Jersey City. Designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by COA 99 Hudson, LLC, the tower stands as the tallest building in the state of New Jersey. Plaza Construction is in charge of the construction with Vidaris overseeing the installation of the glass and Jura limestone envelope. 99 Hudson Street is situated on a full-block parcel bound by Hudson Street to the east, Grand Street to the south, Greene Street to the west, and York Street to the north. Meanwhile there has already been 70 closings so far and there are expected to be over 150 closings by the end of 2020.
Work is moving along on the exterior recladding of Harborside 1, Harborside 2, and Harborside 3, a contiguous set of eight- to 12-story buildings along the Jersey City waterfront. Designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and developed by Mack-Cali Realty Corporation and SJP Properties, the $75 million project will transform the exterior look of the full-block complex, which is bound by Harborside Place to the north, Hudson Street to the west, and Christopher Columbus Drive to the south.
Curtain wall installation has begun at 351 Marin Boulevard, a 383-foot-tall mixed-used development in Jersey City. Designed by Hollwich Kushner in collaboration with HLW International and developed in a joint venture between KRE Group and Northwestern Mutual, the 38-story project will yield 507 residential units, 8,000 square feet of commercial space, 203 parking spaces, and a 4,500-square-foot public plaza with a freestanding pavilion. The rectangular parcel is bound by Marin Boulevard to the east, 1st Street to the north, and Bay Street to the south, and low-rise buildings stand to the west.
Construction is wrapping up on DVORA 175, a 14-story rental building at 175 Second Street in downtown Jersey City. Designed by Fogarty Finger Architects for Shuster Development, the property features 148 apartments ranging from one- to three-bedroom layouts, many of which include a private balcony or outdoor terrace. Leasing also began recently for the development, with monthly rents starting at $2,995.