Tag: jersey city development

The Real Deal: A lesser-known Kushner bets big on Jersey

Our client, Jonathan Kushner of Kushner Real Estate Group, is featured in an interview with Miriam Kreinin Souccar in the current issue of The Real Deal.  Jonathan Kushner may live in Manhattan, but the 37-year-old president of the Kushner Real Estate Group is betting big on Jersey City. His Bridgewater, New Jersey-based company owns and manages…

Our Changing NJ Skyline

Kathryn Brenzel at NJ.com reports on 13 new developments that could change the NJ skyline. Developers told NJ Advance Media that the increase is largely due to the improved economy and the desire of younger generations to be closer to New York City and mass transit. This is evident in Jersey City’s Journal Square, which is…

Jersey City’s Housing Boom Expands

via Roland Li/ The Wall Street Journal Our clients, KRE Group, The Art House and Ironstate Development featured in today’s Wall Street Journal article on Jersey City. “Jersey City’s residential construction boom is spreading beyond its waterfront area to neighborhoods farther inland where planners and developers have long dreamed about building with little to show…

How We Live

The recent issue of  Jersey City Magazine contains a “How We Live” feature story on two of our clients: The Paramount at the Beacon and Warren at York. According to the magazine, satisfied Beacon new resident Monica Desai, who chose a one-bedroom on the ninth floor, says “It includes an energy-efficient washer and dryer, which allows for less water…

Luxury rental building ’18 Park’ opens in Jersey City

By Jonathan Lin/NJ.com One of the hottest luxury rental buildings in Jersey City, 18 Park, officially opened yesterday evening at a ceremony hosted by developers Ironstate and KRE on the building’s landscaped roof deck. In front of a small crowd of people in suits and dresses, Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop lauded the 11-story, 422-unit…

New Look: Jersey City’s Art House

via Nikolai Fedak/ New York YIMBY A tipster submitted renderings of Jersey City’s Art House, located at 148 First Street, in the Powerhouse Arts District. The Shuster Group is developing, and Fogarty Finger is the project’s architect. The Art House will have 119 units, and stands twelve stories tall; the building’s appearance is relatively simple, and the white-brick facade is interspersed…