A rendering of 235 Grand, a 549-unit luxury apartment building in Jersey City by Ironstate Development Co. and Kushner Real Estate Group — Courtesy: Hudson Projects
By Joshua Burd
Ironstate Development Co. and Kushner Real Estate Group have taken the wraps off a new 46-story luxury rental tower in downtown Jersey City.
The joint venture this week announced that the 549-unit project, known as 235 Grand, has entered its preview leasing period ahead of the building’s initial occupancy in September. To that end, the developers have unveiled new renderings and a website that detail the building’s upscale common spaces and its sweeping views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
Designed by HLW International, with interiors envisioned by Bentel & Bentel, 235 Grand has risen on the former home of the former Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County. The organization in 2014 moved to a modern facility on the ground floor of 18 Park, a 422-unit building that was also developed by Ironstate and KRE, as part of a redevelopment agreement.
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The newest property offers Jersey City renters another option just blocks from the Hudson River waterfront and the offerings of the downtown. Floorplans range from studios to two-bedroom apartments, with monthly net rents starting at $2,060 for studios, $2,540 for one-bedrooms and $3,680 for two-bedrooms, with one month free on a 13-month lease.
The Marketing Directors is the building’s leasing and marketing agent.
Ironstate and KRE Group touted amenities such as a fitness center, barre and yoga studio, resident lounge and co-working spaces. Plans also call for a landscaped roof terrace with a swimming pool, movie screen, fire pit and grills, among other features.