NJ’s Tallest Building To Call Jersey City Home
According to NJBiz.com, the tallest building in New Jersey is in the works and is planned to be located in Jersey City. The website reports that a Chinese developer, China Overseas America Inc., is planning a 95-story, 760-unit condominium building that will be, as officials said, “by far the tallest building in New Jersey.” The article goes on to say that the “950-foot-tall project would rise at 99 Hudson St., a waterfront site acquired in fall 2013”.
Like much of the new construction happening in the Tri-State and Metropolitan area, the project in Jersey City will be a mixed-use facility offering up 18,000 square feet of office and retail space. It is also said to include a new public plaza as well as new parks. The project is still waiting for full city approval and is expected to begin construction in Spring 2015.
This news comes as Jersey City development continues to gain momentum after a very successful 2014, with “6,000 units (of residential living space) under construction and another 18,000 approved”. That being said, Jersey City has not seen a condominium project of this size since 2009 when Crystal Points opened up with 269 units available.
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