By Real Estate NJ
City officials are weighing a developer’s plan to redevelop a former hospital in Jersey City into a nine-story, 99-unit residential and retail building, according to The Jersey Journal.
The newspaper reported Monday that Monticello Equities’ plans for the now-vacant Fairmount Hospital are being reviewed, but face opposition from local preservationists. Under the plan for the property, which sits at Summit and Fairmount avenues, the new residential units would include balconies and deviate from other requirements assigned to the site.
For more, see Monday’s story by The Jersey Journal.
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