Tag: Ironstate Development

Urban Renewal along the Hudson River

The new issue of ASPIRE magazine features our client 225 Grand in an article about urban renewal along the Hudson River. Read the full article here: http://www.aspiremetro.com/urban-renewal-along-the-hudson-river/

City Breaks Ground On SI Homeport Transformation Project

via Amanda Farinacci/ NY 1 With the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Staten Island officials broke ground on Thursday what’s to be a nearly $200 million transformation project at the old Homeport. “We’re breathing new life into a once blighted and abandoned spot in our city,” Bloomberg said. The 36-acre site…

Finally, it’s a go for Staten Island’s Homeport

via Irina Ivanova/Crain’s New York After decades of sporadic efforts, ground was finally broken Thursday for a $150 million redevelopment of the old Navy base near the ferry terminal. It is the first of three big projects—including a towering Ferris wheel that is underway. After more than two decades of aborted plans, and four years…

Growth in West Hudson includes new Harrison Path station

via Rose Duger/NJ.com When the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey gave the green light to a $256 million project to build a new Harrison PATH station last year, the announcement shone a spotlight on other redevelopment efforts in the region. Those projects, also spurred by a strengthening economy, are chugging ahead in…

An Ironclad Growth Plan

Barry brothers make Ironstate a success by sticking to development strategy By Joshua Burd     The ability to stick to a plan has always been a key strength of David and Michael Barry. Like their father and grandfather, who founded the development business they now lead, the brothers have stayed atop the industry by staying…

GSKA revises Costas Kondylis design for two-tower Jersey City development

By Adam Fusfeld Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates has unveiled a new design for a planned 1.2 million-square-foot development project in downtown Jersey City (see rendering to the right). The firm was recently selected by Ironstate Development and partner Panepinto Properties to replace Costas Kondylis as the architect of two 50-story residential and hotel towers planned…

Want waterfront living? Try Staten Island

Condominium project on the North Shore has harbor and lower Manhattan views By JASON SHEFTELL North Shore Staten Island real estate market won’t play second fiddle to the south anymore. People seem to be listening to the slogan for the Pointe, a 57-unit St. George condominium with harbor and lower Manhattan views. The phrase goes,…

Feeding the Rental Appetite

via The New York Times/Antoinette Martin HUDSON COUNTY indisputably rules the rental housing market in New Jersey: It has the largest supply of Class A units — around 13,000, according to industry experts — and commands the highest average rental rates of any part of the state. This year and next, that rental kingdom is…

Jersey Shore Facelift

via gb&d/Interview by Suchi Rudra     Pier Village and the Bungalow Hotel, Ironstate Development’s latest high-end revitalization project, tempts travelers and residents with a boutique hotel and more than 500 luxury rentals Stretching along the oceanfront in Long Branch, New Jersey, is a new luxury playground for locals and celebrities alike. Pier Village, a…

A Rising Rental Market in the North

     By ANTOINETTE MARTIN/The New York Times It appears another housing boom is under way, but just for rentals. In northern New Jersey, where several big new buildings opened in the last few months, agents are describing the pace of leasing as “incredible” and “vigorous,” words that haven’t been used about the for-sale market…