With leasing underway for 235 Grand and initial occupancy taking place, development partners Ironstate Development Company and KRE Group have released the first photos of the collection of residences at the new 46-story luxury rental building in Downtown Jersey City. Envisioned by internationally-renowned Bentel & Bentel, the 549 studio-to-two-bedroom homes feature light-filled living spaces with… Continue reading FIRST LOOK AT THE COLLECTION OF RESIDENCES INSIDE 235 GRAND LUXURY RENTAL BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY

JC: Boomtown

The July issue of New Jersey Monthly tours Jersey City neighborhoods and reports on the rise of our own city. The driving tour will take us through the parts of the city where its changes are most evident: to the restaurants, shops and nightspots around the Grove Street PATH station downtown; west to Journal Square,… Continue reading JC: Boomtown

Jersey City is the next stop after Manhattan, according to The NY Times

The New York Times' Ronda Kaysen looks across the Hudson. Destination: Jersey City. “As Manhattan becomes increasingly more densely populated, people are migrating to the next stop,” said Michael J. DeMarco, the president of Mack-Cali Realty, which is building 6,000 residential units near the Jersey City waterfront, including M2 at Marbella, a 311-unit rental opening… Continue reading Jersey City is the next stop after Manhattan, according to The NY Times

The NY Times hails Jersey City!

The New York Times continues to trumpet the rise of Jersey City with today’s story featuring emerging neighborhoods and the people behind them. Jersey City is no longer just another gritty town on the wrong side of the Hudson River, dismissed by apartment hunters. As its population soars, new housing rises and buyers get wind of… Continue reading The NY Times hails Jersey City!

Aerie Art that Inspires, with Sunset Cocktails

MEMENTOS, A POP UP EXHIBITION AT 70 COLUMBUS PENTHOUSES SHOWCASING THE CREATORS AND MAKERS THAT ARE JERSEY CITY & NEARBY February 5 – March 6, 2016 Panepinto Galleries, in collaboration with 70 COLUMBUS, presents a one-month pop-up exhibition highlighting the passion and talent of the creators and makers of Jersey City & the local area. OPEN WEEKLY:… Continue reading Aerie Art that Inspires, with Sunset Cocktails

Mapping the Rise of New Jersey’s 23 Tallest Towers maps Jersey City's tallest buildings!  New York may be known for its skyscrapers, but its humble neighbor to the west is slowly but surely catching up in the megaproject department. While New Jersey won’t be getting any supertall towers anytime soon, there are plenty of larger developments coming to the state, including 99 Hudson… Continue reading Mapping the Rise of New Jersey’s 23 Tallest Towers

Crystal Point condo sets Downtown JC per sf record

via The Real Deal - Manhattan prices have fully arrived in Downtown Jersey City’s booming condominium market. A two-bedroom condominium unit at the Fisher Organization’s 42-story tower Crystal Point has just set the price-per-square-foot record in Downtown Jersey City, The Real Deal has learned. Sold last week in a resale for $1.86 million, the 1,371-square-foot pad averages… Continue reading Crystal Point condo sets Downtown JC per sf record

More on JC’s Building Boom

Terrence T. McDonald at recently updated his report on the Jersey City building boom. Projects include Silverman's Charles & Co. on Grove St at Montgomery, Baker Building in Bergen-Lafayette, Ironstate's 70 and 90 Columbus, The Criterion at The Beacon and many others. To whet your appetite .... Developers Eric and Paul Silverman have been… Continue reading More on JC’s Building Boom

Jersey City development boom reaching new heights

Terrence T. McDonald at continues his series of reports on Jersey City's building boom. From Grove Street to Journal Square, rising new buildings prove the trend of people choosing cities over suburbs. The city is expecting nearly 3,000 residential units to come online before the end of the year, while developers are expected to… Continue reading Jersey City development boom reaching new heights

Our Changing NJ Skyline

Kathryn Brenzel at reports on 13 new developments that could change the NJ skyline. Developers told NJ Advance Media that the increase is largely due to the improved economy and the desire of younger generations to be closer to New York City and mass transit. This is evident in Jersey City's Journal Square, which is… Continue reading Our Changing NJ Skyline