Category: Our Work

New York Post: The New Jersey town poaching residents from Hoboken

Via The NY Post  New York City is grand, says Peter Doumas, but it’s even better from a distance. Few spots offer an arms-length urban experience quite like Weehawken, NJ, where Doumas moved two months ago with husband Eddie DaSilva, 43, an esthetician. Tucked between Hoboken to the south and West New York to the…

FORBES: Jersey City’s 99 Hudson Soars As USA’s Third Tallest Condominium

By Keith Flamer There’s a lot of hype about Hudson Yards, the recently opened complex that spawned a new Manhattan neighborhood. Rightfully so. It’s a game changer. But the Hudson has two sides—New York and New Jersey. So far, there’s little fanfare about that other luxury tower, 99 Hudson—a 79-story condominium in Jersey City, directly…

YIMBY Tours 99 Hudson Street, New Jersey’s Tallest Skyscraper

BY: MICHAEL YOUNG 8:00 AM ON MARCH 23, 2019 The 79-story residential skyscraper, 99 Hudson Street, is being designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by China Overseas America. Plaza Construction is in charge of building what is already the tallest tower in Jersey City and New Jersey. The 900-foot-tall reinforced concrete structure will include 781 units, some with private outdoor balconies and terraces that…

Ironstate: Ironclad on development

Company co-founder Michael Barry on his firm’s aggressive expansion plans, rental concessions and the current state of the condo market By Bill Cary |  Ironstate Development Company has doubled down on new projects in both New Jersey and New York City at a time when many are thinking twice about breaking new ground. The Hoboken-based firm —…

It’s Newer in New Jersey In search of a new building with ample amenities, a couple finds the right price and a better commute on the rapidly developing shores of Weehawken. By Joyce Cohen

For two years, Steve McGee and Dennis Kenney shared a “one-bedroom-plus” at Chelsea Landmark on West 25th Street, with nearly 900 square feet that included a dining room and an extra half bathroom. The monthly rent climbed into the high $6,000s. Mr. McGee, who came to New York from the Midwest for work, totted up…