A mixed-income project that will bring 100 new apartments to Essex County is slated for delivery by year-end, as its developers gathered last week to mark a construction milestone.
A design firm that has been a key player in Hoboken’s rebirth has expanded well beyond Hudson County, amassing a pipeline of suburban but transit-oriented residential projects in well-known locales such as Morristown, Montclair and Westfield.
Over the past 15 years, Panepinto Properties and Ironstate Development have transformed an entire block in the heart of downtown Jersey City, delivering three towers with nearly 1,500 apartments, along with a 152-key hotel, a 1,000-space parking garage and street-level retail space along Columbus Drive. In the process, they have anchored the resurgence of a neighborhood just a few blocks from the Hudson River, paving the way for other projects in the booming multifamily submarket.
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Ironstate Development Co. and Pegasus Group have opened the doors to another 270 apartments at a sprawling mixed-use community in Harrison.
Ironstate Development Co. and Brookfield have broken ground on a long-awaited, $135 million project in downtown Montclair that will deliver 200 apartments and a mix of artist and commercial space alongside the historic Wellmont Theater.
Ironstate Development Co. and Panepinto Properties have taken the wraps off the last piece of a multiphase, mixed-use project that has brought nearly 1,500 new apartments and a hotel to downtown Jersey City over the course of a decade.
A joint venture led by Ironstate Development Co. has broken ground on a new luxury rental building in Jersey City’s Lafayette section, continuing the city’s push to expand development beyond its downtown.
A stretch of downtown Jersey City that has become known for its high-end apartment buildings has added a new high-end hotel, following the completion of an extended stay Marriott property by two area development firms.