Years of behind the scenes planning are now yielding to construction in a post-industrial neighborhood tucked between Hoboken and the palisades, as several companies are bringing thousands of apartments, parks, and massive retail and community space to what has been a somewhat forgotten slice of Downtown.
Accurate Builders & Developers is nearing completion of a new 276-unit multifamily project just steps from NJ Transit rail service in Somerset County, the firm announced Tuesday.
The Seymour Street project next to the Wellmont Theater, with its promise to make Montclair an even bigger cultural destination than it already is, is set to open in early winter after two years of construction.
100 House, a luxury apartment development, opens leasing on Jersey City’s Hoboken border developed by BNE Real Estate Group, Hoboken Brownstone Company and McKinney Properties. The building will house 137 rental apartments in Jersey City’s lively up and coming area near many bustling Hoboken restaurants, retail and parks.
It may be the Mile Square City, but Hoboken still has room to grow. After creating mixed-use projects in the largely industrial western half, developers are focusing on the city’s northwestern corner, known as the North End.
Leasing has officially begun for DVORA 175, a 14-story rental building in downtown Jersey City. The new property is located at 175 Second Street at the verge of Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District, Hudson Exchanges, and The Waterfront neighborhoods.
DVORA 175 is the latest residential project from Shuster Development.
A joint venture has opened the doors to a 137-unit apartment building in Jersey City, the latest piece of a project that has transformed a onetime industrial neighborhood.
The developers — BNE Real Estate Group, Hoboken Brownstone Co. and McKinney Properties — say leasing is underway at 100 Hoboken Ave., the site of what’s known as 100 House. The property, known as 100 House, has brought additional upscale apartments and amenity spaces to both Hudson County and an area just south of the city’s border with Hoboken.