While local officials across New Jersey have hit the brakes on large-scale projects, Jersey City has made a deliberate effort to keep its pipeline flowing since the start of the health and economic crisis, as many developers remain bullish on its booming residential market.
The site of a well-known diner in Jersey City has changed hands, paving the way for potential redevelopment in the city’s newly revitalized Journal Square neighborhood.
Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors LLC have closed on $258 million in construction financing for the second phase of Journal Squared, their high-profile mixed-use development in Jersey City’s historic Journal Square neighborhood.
The tallest tower within Kushner Real Estate Group’s three-building, 1,838-unit Journal Squared project in Jersey City is on the rise.
Another site in the Journal Square section of Jersey City is slated for redevelopment, with plans calling for a mixed-use tower with 110 hotel rooms and more than 200 residential units.
Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors have landed $210 million in permanent financing for the first phase of Journal Squared, a sprawling redevelopment in Jersey City that will bring three new towers with more than 1,800 apartments.
If recent moves by Google and Amazon are any indication of what’s to come in Manhattan, the residential market on New Jersey’s Gold Coast could be among the biggest winners.
Kushner Real Estate Group is set to begin construction on the second of three residential towers at its Journal Squared project in Jersey City, following the success of a first phase that has leased nearly all of its 538 apartments in less than a year.
KRE Group has partnered with a mobile platform to provide home hospitality services at more than 2,000 apartments in Jersey City, starting with its high-profile Journal Squared project.
After opening for leasing earlier this month, the developers of Journal Squared have officially unveiled the first residential tower in their transformative mixed-use project in Jersey City.