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There's nothing upscale about that fugly garage....they can have done something to make it less protrusive..

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LeFrak Goes Upscale With Its Latest Tower in Jersey City

THE NEW YORK TIMES - By MAY 5, 2017

Standing on a muddy pile of concrete and brick at the edge of a construction site in Jersey City, the developer Richard LeFrak glanced up at the 41-story glass and steel tower rising on the bank of the Hudson River. “Somebody once asked me, ‘What’s the best part of the business?’ This is the best part,” he said, referring to the thrill of building a new tower.

The LeFrak family has certainly built plenty of towers. Since Mr. LeFrak’s father, Samuel J. LeFrak, snatched up a desolate swath of the Jersey City waterfront for around $50 million in 1985, the LeFraks have been sculpting a neighborhood, transforming 600 derelict acres into a shimmery, glassy city unto itself. That’s an area six times the size of Battery Park City.

What this planned community, known as Newport, may lack in charm, it makes up for in scale. With some 15,000 residents and 20,000 workers in eight office buildings, 18 residential buildings and two hotels, Newport is Jersey City’s largest taxpayer.

The LeFrak Organization’s latest project in Newport, a rental building named the Ellipse, will open this summer with 381 apartments and starts leasing on Monday. Designed by Arquitectonica, a firm based in Miami, the building offers unobstructed river views because it sits on steel piles extending onto the river. “It’s like you’re on a cruise ship,” Richard LeFrak said.

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Jersey City's newest luxury rental, Ellipse, launches from $2,600/month

The 41-story building comes with 381 apartments, and overlooks the Hudson River

by Apr 17, 2017, 10:02am EDT

A couple of months after Jersey City’s latest luxury rental, Ellipse announced pricing on its rentals, developer LeFrak has launched leasing on the 41-story building’s 381 apartments. In addition, we’re also getting a look at some of the first interior renderings for this project.

Apartments here come in studios through three-bedroom variants, though there are a couple of four-bedroom units as well, which constitute two of the five penthouse apartments up for grabs here.

http://ny.curbed.com/2017/4/17/153247 ... ity-ellipse-rental-launch


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The $2,600 Studio: LeFrak Releases Pricing For Latest Newport Tower


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45-story Newport building approved for pier

Residents bring dispute to discussion on project
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A CLOSER PLANNING BOARD LOOK -- Several members of the Jersey City Planning Board at their Tuesday meeting. Seen in the photo are Walt Boraczek, Roseanne Petruzelli, and David Ruiz.
The Jersey City Planning Board at their Tuesday meeting approved a 45-story tower to be built on a pier in the Newport area.

The project will be the "Ellipse," a 352-unit building including a few three-story town homes.

The project also will include a cultural/educational center, a 230-parking space garage with an open-space roof (including grass), and an extension of Hudson River Waterfront Walkway.

The board approved the project unanimously, but with conditions to be met by the developer as part of approval, such as real grass on the garage roof and meetings with neighborhood groups.

But there were dissenting views on the project during the public comment part of the meeting, particularly because some believe more land should be set aside for a park.
Need more parks

There was already opposition to the project before it came in front of the Planning Board.

Newport resident Dan Falcon had complained on an internet message board that he believes the five-acre Pier 199B, where some of the project will be built, should be set aside as a park. The pursuit of more park space in Newport has been a goal of Falcon's since 2001.

Falcon appeared at Tuesday's meeting to ask for the Ellipse application to be tabled until the Newport Redevelopment Plan, which governs development of the Newport, is amended to include more park space.

"The Newport Redevelopment Plan talks about improved open space, [but] doesn't really talk about any requirements for parks at all," said Falcon at the Planning Board meeting.

In fact, the "green" roof on the parking structure can count toward the developer's open space requirement, according to the Newport Redevelopment Plan.

"When I look around Newport," Falcon said, "I cannot find one legitimate park, not one."

Bill Wissemann of Newport Associates Development Company, who will build the project, refuted Falcon's claim of Newport lacking open space, claiming the area has "a higher percentage land wide of parks per capita than does the rest of Jersey City," based on analysis done four years ago.

Another Newport resident, Robert Vivien, read a lengthy letter stating his disapproval of the project, and also asked for it to be tabled. He claimed that there was a survey sent to a thousand Newport residents asking if amenities such as more park space in Newport were needed.

Some approve of 'Ellipse'

Newport resident Janet Allen stated her approval of the project, as did fellow resident Sonia Maldonado.

"Besides the fact that it is going to make a stunning and striking representation on the Jersey City shore," Maldonado said, "it's going to call out to people to come to Jersey City."

The Planning Board went ahead with approval. They were reminded by the one of the city planners before voting that the project could be built on the property in question "as of right," or already allowed within the Newport Redevelopment Plan.

Several commissioners complimented the design of the building. Longtime board commissioner Leon Yost said, "this is the most exciting project I have seen at Newport so far" referring to previous Newport projects as a "sea of generic boxes."

Yost also said he wants to see the Ellipse built before other projects that Newport has planned for development in the near future.

Timeline

Wissemann told the board that the project will be built in the next five years after other Newport projects by Newport Associates Development Company such as the Woodrow Wilson and the Aqua, also located on 14th Street, are built out.

The Jersey City community of Newport, located on the northern waterfront, has grown to 600 acres, 3,922 residential units, and over 10,000 residents, all between 18th Street and Sixth Street. It broke ground in 1986.

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Purporting to represent Newport

A bizarre sideshow to the public comment on the Ellipse was a dispute between residents Robert Vivien and both Janet Allen and Sonia Maldonado being played out in front of the board.

Both Vivien and Maldonado in recent months have bickered with each other via the internet over who heads the Newport Neighborhood Association, a neighborhood group claiming to represent Newport residents. Both have also claimed to have registered the NNA with the state.

Allen, during her public comment period, made the unusual disclaimer that she is the acting president of the Newport Neighborhood Association (NNA), along with Maldonado and another Newport resident Linda Klarfeld, and that they are the only ones "allowed to speak for the organization."

Maldonado also made the disclaimer that she is an officer of the Newport Neighborhood Association along with Allen and Klarfeld.

But Vivien claimed during his public comment he was president of the NNA and did not mention Allen and Maldonado's claims of involvement with the NNA.

After the public comment, several of the commissioners questioned where these neighborhood groups were when other Newport-related projects were presented at past Planning Board meetings. -- RK

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For the purposes of calculating open space provisions, rooftop areas of parking structures which contain recreational facilities may have 50% of their actual area counted toward a projects improved open space requirement subject to Planning Board Approval.


I guess they can put a ping pong table in the middle of the top of the Duane Reade garage surrounded by 100 parked cars and count half the building as a park. Probably those "kiddie rides" in the Mall Food Court makes 1/2 the Mall count as open parkland.

Jersey City has the best zoning regulations that money can buy.

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The Newport developer refers to it as Town Square; even they realize that it could not be referred to as a Park.

Below are the excerpts from the Newport Redevelopment Plan concerning "improved open space" in Newport" Read the DEFINITION to find out how they meet the requirements of the plan:
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The percentage of improved open space within the Residential District shall be a minimum of 10% of the total district acreage. This percentage must be developed as improved open space.

The percentage of improved open space within the Regional Commercial District shall be a minimum of 1%. This percentage may be developed as landscaped buffers and shall include such a buffer along any parking facility and Marin Boulevard.

A minimum of 5% of the Community Commercial District shall be developed as improved open space.

DEFINITION:
Improved Open Space means areas including but not limited to designed landscaping, architectural paving materials, passive or active recreational facilities and/or pedestrian walkways. For the purposes of calculating open space provisions, rooftop areas of parking structures which contain recreational facilities may have 50% of their actual area counted toward a projects improved open space requirement subject to Planning Board Approval. In the event residential development occurs in the Community commercial and Office Commercial districts improved open space requirements shall be increased. Such increase shall be based on a weighted average calculation using an improved open space requirement of 10% of the land area dedicated to residential use.

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I agree that the park situation in Newport is downright awful. "Town Square Park" for instance. But according to the masterplan, eventually north of 14th street will be a fairly large park. Until then though, the folks living in Newport seem fairly content paying high rents and living without local parks. Certainly they put more strain on other neighborhood parks-- just look at the fiasco with Hamilton Park and nut jobs involved in that. But other than that, most people in Newport seem fairly content.

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I visited the Jersey City Department of Planning today at 30 Montgomery Street and reviewed the plans for the "Ellipse" which is confirmed to be on the agenda for tomorrow: Tuesday April 24, 2007 at 6:00pm in City Hall.

As I wrote in the first post this 45 story residential building, parking structure, town houses, and Lefrak Museum to be constructed on Pier 199B. The developer has recently denied that it will be called the "Lefrak Museum" but has referred to it as a "cultural center".

To clarify, I am in favor of development and developers rights but I am still looking for a park in Newport and that is the fault of Jersey City; both it's people and government. The people have a right to demand parks, open space, and set zoning, which can be accomplished by amending the Newport Redevelopment Plan to make it conform more closely to the Jersey City Master Plan. Presently the Newport Redevelopment Plan counts all of their sidewalks, median strips, and waterfront walkway as "open space" but when you look for regular park like Van Vorst Park there are none. NEWPORT = Eight office buildings, twelve residential towers, approximately 30 thousand people on 400 acres and not one legitimate park.

The public is welcome to speak at the meeting tomorrow and I will request that the Ellipse not be approved until the Newport Redevelopment Plan be amended to include more park space. How can the people of Jersey City, NJ allow Newport to use this pier for this purpose? Across the river in Manhattan piers are being converted for public use, I do not know of one pier in Manhattan that has a residential building on it.

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This Planning Meeting is now scheduled for tomorrow at 6:00 at City Hall. Call the Planning Departemnt to confirm 201-547-5010. Here is the agenda item:

8. Case: P07-017 Preliminary Major Site Plan
Applicant: Newport Associates Development Company
Attorney: Charles Harrington
Address: 1-25 Fourteenth Street
Block: 20 Lot: 3.16, 3.18, 3.19
Zone: Newport Redevelopment Plan
Description: New 45-story multi-family building with 352 residential units and new 3-story
townhomes with 11 units built on existing pier. Includes extension of Hudson
River Waterfront Walkway. Future cultural/educational center. 4,000sf of ground
floor retail space. 230 parking spaces in a garage with an open space roof.

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My understanding of how Aqua is going up actually is that the there will be a base structure from the Holland Tunnel Vent along River Drive of about 5 to 6 stories-- essentially blocking anything view of the low rise section of shore club. The tower of aqua will go up sort of in the middle of the two shore club towers, so there will probably be a very thin sight line to manhattan. But that's neither here nor there; the views were not guaranteed, and the towers were planned long before a single unit was sold. In either case, views are not a luxury that defines mid-level luxury apartments.

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i wonder if you can now actually go inside the triplexes associated with the south tower of the shore club

i wonder just how bad the obstruction of the view will be

i really like the location of the shore club

and there is something very interesting about those triplexes with that huge balcony on the top floor of the unit

maybe looking out on a partial river view and an iceskating rink would be interesting as well

what will the skating rink be in the summer?

rollerskating?

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The pilings on aqua are already being nailed into the ground. The whole design of Aqua and Shore club include the "river market" which is essentially going to be an outdoor mall / retail promenade. The other units in Shore Club will sell with or without views.

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everyone knows those buildings are planned

its been very clearly stated to all potential buyers

lefrak cant sell those duplexs and triplexes between the two shore towers

because they will look out on nothing

i just think he could have as much or nearly as much value by doing away with the aqua for some additional buildings or height someplace else on the property

all he has to do is announce that the aqua will not be built

and he could significantly raise the prices for the remaining shore units

especially those very interesting but as things stand now potentially horrible view units
in the middle section

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Shore Club buyers were made aware that their views were not assured, and I believe the contracts included such wording. Again, plans for 30 and 40 story towers in front of and north of Shore Club were approved 20 years ago. Anyone buying at Shore Club should have done their own due diligence on Newport's future plans. Not only was the masterplan design years before Shore Club broke ground, Aqua and the Ellipse had official unveilings more than a year ago.

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i think the new tower will be slightly north and out on the pier

i dont have any real problem with that one

its the one planned for directly in front of the shore club that is disturbing

that area in front of the shore club should be open space

it would add so much beauty to the area

and so much value to the shore club

I dont think the planning board should allow those buildings to go foward

what does fulop have to say about this?

and i dont believe the planning board is bound by a master plan from over 10 years ago

common sense says that there is a time limit and one has to make changes based on the current situation

no one can say that this is the jersey city waterfront we anticipated 20 years ago

let lefrak take the city to court

does he really want to anger the jersey city government?

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I'm sure that those who paid MIGHTILY for views in the SHORE "CLUB" will just LOVE a 45 story rental tower in their faces.
Lefrak's technique is to start building in the back and progressively block the views...those in the James Monroe learned that lesson the hard way when Towers of America and the PACIFIC cut them off from their river views.

Putting the tallest building on the river is just plain stupid.

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agreed with ianmac.... PLUS, what they're building there is actually NOT going to be an anemic tragic Newport Box. The Ellipse is stunning, and could really be the "signature" project JC needs for something dramatic on our skyline. Kudos to them for trying something different on one of the last Newport projects. (I think this buildings architect is also the one doing the tower that will replace Pep Boys, and did the crazy colored thing on 42nd St by the Port Authority, I cant remember what it's called).

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Seriously though, its not like they ripping apart historic neighborhoods or that they are suddenly dramatically increasing the project density. All of this was tentatively approved two decades ago when the Jersey City waterfront was an industrial wasteland. No one is losing their homes and the only neighborhood that is being altered at all is Newport, and everyone who lives there had access to the master plans plastered around the various places in the rental off or the PATH station.

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This item is postponed until the next planning meeting on April 24, 2007 at 6:00pm.

Planning told me that the "cultural/educational center" will be incorporated into the residential building and will not be the separate "Lefrak Museum" at the end of the pier that was once proposed.

Here is the item as it appears on the Planning Board agenda but is now postponed:

20. Case: P07-017 Preliminary Major Site Plan
Applicant: Newport Associates Development Company
Attorney: Charles Harrington
Address: 1-25 Fourteenth Street
Block: 20 Lot: 3.16, 3.18, 3.19
Zone: Newport Redevelopment Plan
Description: New 45-story multi-family building with 352 residential units and new 3-story
townhomes with 11 units built on existing pier. Includes extension of Hudson River
Waterfront Walkway. Future cultural/educational center. 4,000sf of ground floor
retail space. 230 parking spaces in a garage with an open space roof.

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What exactly would be in the Lefrak museum? Busts of Jaime and the rest of the Lefrak family?

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Its too late to undue the poor planning requirements of the last decade. Lefrak should not be held accountable for the rape of the waterfront. At least not alone. Crooked politicians, uninformed and disinterested public and lack of a strong business and merchants association are as much to blame as greedy developers.

Lefrak organization shouldnt be singled out at this late date to an accountability that was not demanded of other builders. After all if it wasnt for their initial investment and gamble on Jersey City railyards for commercial investment, there wouldnt be a J.C. Gold Coast today.

Investigate the serious lack of planning commitments that are more outrageous by the five other large Developments.
Pressure them for the corrections that should be made.

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Six years ago I was active in the Newport community both with The Waterfront Association (a non-profit community association for Newport) and as Webmaster for NewportCity.com. One of the things that we requested in meetings with the Mayor, City Planners, and Newport representatives is that there be more park space planned in Newport. We hired architect Craig Whitaker who designed the Hoboken Waterfront to assist us in communicating more progressive ideas for the undeveloped Northeast Quadrant in Newport. To make a long story short Newport would not make concessions or changes to their master plan and Jersey City officials including city administrators Mark Mundley or Robert Cotter were not willing to do anything to persuade them.

One of the ideas that came from The Waterfront Association is that tall buildings be moved away from the waters edge and that the five acre earthen pier 199B be dedicated to the city as a park. Our public statement and petition from 2001received over 1000 signatures from Jersey City residents who supported our position.

This Tuesday April 10 2007 the city planners will finally hear the proposal for pier 199B; the agenda is on the Event Calendar.. Newport was planning to build approximately 30 stories on that pier, now the agenda states it will be 45 stories plus town homes, a parking garage and a Lefrak Museum at the end of the pier.

I have not seen the most recent plan but in 2001 the Lefrak Museum was to be 7 stories at the end of the pier. How can our city planners allow Newport to build their tallest residential building on a pier and not require setbacks, a wider waterfront walkway, and more park space? I am told it is because the Newport Redevelopment Plan was written 25 years ago with hardly any amendments allows Newport "as of right" use of the land which means that the Jersey City planning board cannot legally deny any application.

Jersey City residents can come to the meeting Tuesday and boo, speak, hold up signs, etc. but it will not change the fact that the Planning Board may ask for minor changes such as panel brick color and then approve the plan. The best the public can do at Tuesdays meeting is ask that the plan be tabled until public input be incorporated into changes in the Newport Redevelopment Plan.

My opinion has always been that the most effective tool in improving Newport would for our Jersey City government tell them NO MORE TAX ABATEMENTS until they in good faith make amendments to their plan for the benefit of all Jersey City residents. I believe that Jersey City AND Newport would greatly benefit, as Hoboken did, from the services of a reputable architect like Craig Whitaker and a park on the pier like the one he designed for Hoboken pier A park. But Newport is like the Borg whenever we talked to them about this their answers could be paraphrased as "resistance is futile". This is a major Newport development that will define the last stretch of the Waterfront Walkway in Jersey City that connects to Hoboken. If you zoom in on the map you can clearly see that this pier is the closest to the Hoboken border. As one of the richest families in America what better way to improve a legacy then to be generous and donate a park as Trump did?

NOTES:
1. Pier 199B is NOT the Port Authority pier that many have been trying to get the PA to allow public access to. It is directly to the North of that pier and is green on Newport Master Plan.

2. The State of NJ requires that the Waterfront Walkway be on only one side of Pier 199B. A road will cross the Walkway in order to provide vehicle access to the parking lot to be built on this pier.

3. Newport is planning "open space" on the Northeast Quadrant near this project however according to all the plans I have seen this "future park" will be built directly over the PATH tunnels, no amount of acreage is specified, and no assurance was issued to the public that the Port Authority would not limit its use. Newport has a poor track record for park space and there is no indication that this will change without intervention.

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