Category: Our Work

NJ.com: Tax-abated Jersey City building leasing up fast

JERSEY CITY — A rental building that generated controversy in 2014 when it was granted a 20-year tax abatement is finished and filling up fast, the developer announced. The building, known by its address, 25 Senate Place, features 265 units ranging from studios to 2-bedroom duplexes with outdoor space. Rents start at $1,695 a month,…

INDUSTRY Magazine: Lush Housing Grows in Hoboken

Residents of Hudson County’s “Mile Square City” presented with perhaps the metro area’s most transit accessible and multi-amenitied developments: Vine and Park + Garden By Laura D.C. Kolnoski – Two recently opened Hoboken properties are attracting contemporary couples, families, and professionals craving sustainable, green, tasteful, and thoughtful construction with luxe amenities and quick access to transportation…

BisNow: How Palmer Square Meshed Yesterday with Today

While Philadelphia and New York City have been attracting New Jersey’s Millennials, Princeton—equidistant from both cities—is having its time in the sun again. “People are beginning to rediscover the quality of life we have right here,” says Palmer Square Management VP David Newton, who’s been watching its rise since joining the ongoing Palmer Square mixed-use development in…

The New York Times: Moving to Jersey City? Join the Club.

Cahn Communications continues to help trumpet the rise of Jersey City with today’s NY Times story featuring emerging neighborhoods and the people behind them  — including our clients KRE Group, 70 Columbus and 25 Senate Place.  Jersey City is no longer just another gritty town on the wrong side of the Hudson River, dismissed by…

The Economist: Jersey City’s Mayor

In a report yesterday,  The Economist examines Mayor Steven Fulop,  Jersey City growth, and development. The article includes a quote from our client, Jonathan Kushner of The KRE Group. AT THE topping out ceremony held on the upper floors of the first of three towers being built in a hitherto unloved corner of Jersey City, Steven…

The New York Times: Rego Park, Queens: A Rental Near the Relatives

Joyce Cohen of The New York Times “The Hunt” features our client The Alexander at Rego Center. Vornado Realty Trust‘s new luxury rentals are located at 61-65 Junction Boulevard in Rego Park, Queens. “… The new building, the Alexander at Rego Center. Tall and contemporary, it was not a typical apartment house for the neighborhood.…

The New York Times: Architect’s Modernist Legacy Crosses the Hudson

Today’s issue of The New York Times features our client, Ironstate Development Company, and their Gwathmey, Siegel, Kaufman and Associate Architects (GSKA) designed 70 Columbus project in downtown Jersey City. Also included in the article is Ironstate’s W Hotel. JERSEY CITY — When Charles Gwathmey died in the summer of 2009, New York City lost one of its…

NJBIZ features Grand Opening of 330 Harrison Station

Revitalization continues in Harrison as retail, apartment complex opens By JOSHUA BURD Another mixed-use redevelopment project has reached completion in Harrison, marking the latest step in the longtime plan to transform the town’s formerly industrial waterfront. The latest project, a 329-unit apartment complex known as Harrison Station 330, was opened recently by Ironstate Development Co.…

RESIDENT Magazine Features The Beacon in Downtown Jersey City

The Beacon: Where Historic Restoration Meets Modern Living The Beacon, a residential community built on one of the highest points in Jersey City near its vibrant downtown district, is inarguably unique—in its history, its architectural distinction, its scope of amenities, and its unparalleled offering of outdoor open space. The amenity package alone is so broad…