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Re: Signs of life at JScare? 42-story residential tower on tap for Jersey City
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Also, wish these all weren't rentals....

Yeah there goes the neighborhood.


Right, because that area is so postcard-picture perfect right now.

Posted on: 2012/7/25 15:08
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Thanks...gee you really do know everything that's going on in JC.

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He owns "The green along the rail road" - he'll deed it to the City of Jersey City for parkland.

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Ahh I think I see it now.. I went into the JC Tax Inquiry. It looks like two different corporations own all of the land fronting on Summit and fronting on West street. But they both have the same mailing address in Livingston. So that makes more sense it is all to the right of 510 Summit the Summit House. All of the parking lots you see in Google map. The green along the rail road must be owned by Path ot NJ Transit. Funny the JJ piece didn't say anything about West Street.

(owns 2 and 4 West street)

INT'L. CHAIN ENRICO CORP. % STIEBER
160 SO. LIVINGSTON AVE
LIVINGSTON, N.J. 07039

(owns 498, 502, 506, 508 Summit.)

ROBINHOOD PLAZA, INC.
160 SO. LIVINGSTON AVE
LIVINGSTON, N.J. 07039


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Did I miss something-- does it say they will all be rentals? I'm also unclear on the exact location. Would it be the parking lot next to Sanai's? Anyway, it's good that something's happening in JSQ. I hope it turns out well.

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I google map it but I see numerous buildings..what is getting torn down?

I'm happy new development is coming to Journal Square. 42 story residential towers..hmmm, how many levels will be for parking? I ask because parking in that area is already horrible.

Also, wish these all weren't rentals....

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Just to be clear, this is a DIFFERENT tower from the ones proposed for the vacant lot right at the PATH plaza?

The article talks about how it will be the tallest building in JSQ, and requires a variance to go this high, this sounds like an admission that the other towers probably ain't happening?

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Great...but they may need to add double-decker PATH trains

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42-story residential tower on tap for Jersey City

Published: Tuesday, July 24, 2012, 8:15 PM
Updated: Tuesday, July 24, 2012, 8:41 PM
By Terrence T. McDonald/The Jersey Journal

A 42-story residential tower may be headed to Journal Square thanks to an agreement between Jersey City and the proposed tower's developer.

The agreement comes after Robinhood Plaza, the developer, sued the city, claiming the 2010 redevelopment plan for Journal Square left Robinhood with "no development potential" for its property near Sanai's Restaurant (the former Summit House restaurant) on Summit Avenue, according to a July 11 memo from city Planner Bob Cotter to the City Council.

In the settlement, the city agrees to allow the Robinhood tower to rise up to 42 stories, giving the developer an additional 17

Full JJ piece….

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... residential_tower_is.html

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So it looks like Robinhood owns….498, 502, 506, 508 Summit.

I am guessing the Summit House at 510 Summit is not involved…right?

The Newkirk House, also known as the Summit House, locateed at 510 Summmit Avenue is the oldest surviving structure in Jersey City. The two-story Dutch Colonial building, composed of sandstone, brick and clapboard dates back 1690, when it was known as the Blue Point Tavern. It was cited on a British army map drawn in 1781 for General Henry Clinton during the Revolutionary War.

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