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
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!
Amanda Marsh at BisNow reports on the 2016 projects making a difference in the NJ real estate scene, including several in Jersey City. Bisnow will host its 5th Annual New Jersey State of the Market event Feb. 17, where experts will discuss the 2016 big picture. KRE Group has its hands in some of the largest projects in New Jersey and… Continue reading JC Real Estate Update
The KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors have announced the topping out of the first phase of Journal Squared at 563 feet, providing visual context for what will ultimately be a three-tower, mixed-use project that will fuel the revitalization of Jersey City’s historic Journal Square neighborhood and its vital intermodal transportation hub. Mayor Steven Fulop… Continue reading First Journal Squared Residential Tower Tops Out At 563 Feet In Jersey City’s Historic Journal Square
Curbed.com 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
Another report up on NJ.Com by Kathryn Brenzel on the NJ "Gold Coast" building boom. Manhattan's view of New Jersey is about to dramatically change, and according to developers, the whims of millennials are partially responsible. Urban areas, especially along the Gold Coast, are experiencing a renaissance of sorts, due to an uptick in major… Continue reading NJ “Gold Coast” Building Boom
Kathryn Brenzel at NJ.com 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
Jonathan Kushner, President of the Kushner Real Estate Group (KRE), has been appointed to the Board of Advisors of The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute at Baruch College. Mr. Kushner will serve alongside William Newman, the Board’s Founding Chair, Richard R. Pergolis, the Board’s Co-Chair, and a team of distinguished real estate professionals from… Continue reading Jonathan Kushner Appointed to Board of Advisors at Baruch College’s Newman Real Estate Institute
53-Story, 538-Unit Building is First of Three Towers that will Ultimately Bring 1,838 Rental Residences to Site Adjacent to Journal Square PATH Station JERSEY CITY, NJ – Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop joined officials from development partners The KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors (National) on Tuesday, Oct. 21st to officially break ground on… Continue reading Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors Break Ground on “Journal Squared” Luxury Rental Tower
via Rich Bachmann/ The Real Deal TRD analysis finds nearly 9,000 residential units slated to hit along the Jersey waterfront New Jersey’s Gold Coast, the stretch of waterfront running along the Hudson River opposite Manhattan, is in the midst of a building boom, with dozens of developments (mostly rentals) in the pipeline. And as prices in… Continue reading Gold Coast development glut in NJ?