70 Columbus in Downtown Jersey City Leasing at a Record Pace

New 545-Unit Luxury Rental Tower 60% Leased in Just Four Months 70 Columbus has burst onto the downtown Jersey City residential scene, setting a new benchmark for leasing velocity with 60% of the 545 rental residences leased in the first four months. The new 50-story tower developed by Ironstate Development Company and Panepinto Properties adjacent… Continue reading 70 Columbus in Downtown Jersey City Leasing at a Record Pace

The New York Times: Architect’s Modernist Legacy Crosses the Hudson

Today’s issue of The New York Times features Ironstate Development Company, and their Gwathmey, Siegel, Kaufman and Associate Architects (GSKA) designed 70 Columbus project in downtown Jersey City. JERSEY CITY — When Charles Gwathmey died in the summer of 2009, New York City lost one of its most prolific and influential architects. Adherents of the strict rationalism of… Continue reading The New York Times: Architect’s Modernist Legacy Crosses the Hudson

Massive Jersey City mixed-use project set to begin construction in the spring

via Guelda Voien at the Real Deal Construction will begin in the next two months at a long-stalled 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use project in Jersey City, the architect for the project told The Real Deal today. The two 50-story towers, designed by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects, were approved by the Jersey City Municipal Council and Planning Board in December,… Continue reading Massive Jersey City mixed-use project set to begin construction in the spring

GSKA revises Costas Kondylis design for two-tower Jersey City development

By Adam Fusfeld/Real Deal Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates has unveiled a new design for a planned 1.2 million-square-foot development project in downtown Jersey City (see rendering to the right). The firm was recently selected by Ironstate Development and partner Panepinto Properties to replace Costas Kondylis as the architect of two 50-story residential and hotel towers… Continue reading GSKA revises Costas Kondylis design for two-tower Jersey City development