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Does anyone know what's going on with the condo next to Lisbon restaurant on York?

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Also check out our update on Warren at York, now targeting January 2014 occupancy.

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Any ideas as to the price ranges for the units?

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Thanks for MT mRanger48

Also check out our update on Warren at York, now targeting January 2014 occupancy.

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Great site for future real estate developments. I posted a new thread asking what building will be put in place of the old boys and girls club...found my answers all on this site. Has things about 18 park, 235 grand (old boys and girls club site), morris canal park/colgate park, columbus towers and a few other future developments.

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whatever goes there, i kinda hope its not 80 units. the only thing i can think of is please please let none of the residents ever have a car (unless they'd also get a parking lot). we have enough trouble finding spots with the school being there now.



Correction: you have trouble finding FREE parking.

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Check out the Halladay Homes, a new residential project underway in Bergen-Lafayette. Just off Pacific and Communipaw you may qualify to purchase a 2-family home for $250,000. New construction with 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Watch the youtube video for contact information. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2kdTdW7gr4

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whatever goes there, i kinda hope its not 80 units. the only thing i can think of is please please let none of the residents ever have a car (unless they'd also get a parking lot). we have enough trouble finding spots with the school being there now.



The idea is (and I have no idea if this is accurate or not) that the people who rent these 'micro' apartments are much less likely to have cars than the average resident. Of course there are a lot more apartments, so who knows how that works out.

One idea I've heard is to put angled parking on Bright. It is wide enough to handle it and you almost double the parking spots. It's something residents in that area should push the city on. Cheap, easy and quick.

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That's interesting. Rentals I assume? $1000 range? That's a good idea.

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whatever goes there, i kinda hope its not 80 units. the only thing i can think of is please please let none of the residents ever have a car (unless they'd also get a parking lot). we have enough trouble finding spots with the school being there now.


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ok cool, thanks for clarifying!

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Microhousing = those 300 sqft places they are building in NYC?


Yup.

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Microhousing = those 300 sqft places they are building in NYC?

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so on this chart on page 138 of this linked document, the field "proposed or approved" does not apply to the project itself? also described as 80-unit micro housing in different field on the same page of linked document.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploa ... r/Transition%20Report.pdf

i don't know how to interpret these types of documents just sharing what i was able to find online.


The document is inaccurate. When it came out a bunch of people were a bit in shock as no one had heard anything on the project so we called the planning department and they confirmed that the document is incorrect and that no project has been approved for that site. The presentation was conceptual, as in 'this is the sort of thing JC should be doing and this is what it could look like at an open site.'

The site has been approved for redevelopment (something is going there), but the description is not accurate at the moment.

It could still happen that way, but there is no officially proposed development plan for that site yet, let alone one that has been approved.

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so on this chart on page 138 of this linked document, the field "proposed or approved" does not apply to the project itself? also described as 80-unit micro housing in different field on the same page of linked document.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploa ... r/Transition%20Report.pdf

i don't know how to interpret these types of documents just sharing what i was able to find online.

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There is nothing approved for that spot, the 80 units on the pdf should not have been listed. This is confirmed with the planning department as no site plan has been submitted to the city. The presentation about the micro units was something separate from this site, though a possibility.

For now a that has happened is they transferred development rights and are waiting for a plan. Whether or not that is micro units remains to be seen.

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i live on the same block as the proposed (or approved?) project #147 for 268 Varick street. i have not heard much but noticed it looks like the blue trailers are being taken out soon.

after a little googling i found a little bit of info although it doesn't tell much.

seems it has been approved, for an 80-ish unit affordable "micro-housing" project with a company i can't find much about called RushmanDillon Llc and 4,000 sq ft retail space

not sure this is the same as "low income"?

i don't know what micro-housing, as i know that term its that super modern tiny yet efficient small housing that you see more in other countries.

if anyone has any more info, please share! i'm sure construction will be unpleasant but i'd like to at least get more info on what will be going up. and how high it will be.

here are the PDF's i found this info in.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploa ... r/Transition%20Report.pdf

http://www.thejcra.org/jcra_files/File/agenda/agenda_sep2012.pdf

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Some of the listings are not residential. For example, 109 is listed as completed and is unquestionably the Home Depot.

Secondly, while I agree the PATH sucks, it's not like MTA has been enhancing service to BK or LIC with all the new development in those places.

Unfortunately with the way the PATH is governed the city is powerless to exact demands from them. And the solution is to ban further development? Is this Jersey City or the burbs?

People here complain about lack of this and that...do you think Whole Foods is going to come to place that says no thanks to luxury rentals? Do you think your taxes will go down by shutting out new development- and your services will therefore get better?

I say keep building. The whole swath north of the Tunnel is primed, and most of those people will be using the Hoboken PATH. And plenty of buildings downtown are shoddy and out of use and could use a fixing. And we could all use more taxpayers and more constituents to push the state on the PATH.


Spot on.

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It just what Jc doesn't need. Does anyone knows if this meeting tmrw it would cover this?
It is unbelievable that this could happen

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Some of the listings are not residential. For example, 109 is listed as completed and is unquestionably the Home Depot.

Secondly, while I agree the PATH sucks, it's not like MTA has been enhancing service to BK or LIC with all the new development in those places.

Unfortunately with the way the PATH is governed the city is powerless to exact demands from them. And the solution is to ban further development? Is this Jersey City or the burbs?

People here complain about lack of this and that...do you think Whole Foods is going to come to place that says no thanks to luxury rentals? Do you think your taxes will go down by shutting out new development- and your services will therefore get better?

I say keep building. The whole swath north of the Tunnel is primed, and most of those people will be using the Hoboken PATH. And plenty of buildings downtown are shoddy and out of use and could use a fixing. And we could all use more taxpayers and more constituents to push the state on the PATH.

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http://thejcra.org/jcra_files/File/re ... pment%20Map%2028MAY13.pdf


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#147 is supposed to be an 88 unit low income housing building at varick and bright. i heard it was approved last week. right near my apt. :(


Varick & Bright is right across from the new school -- and used for temp offices and parking now -- I can't imagine that that would soon become "low income public housing" with 88 units -- does anyone know the full details on this?

Here is the lost:
http://goo.gl/maps/c0AuK



Yup, it's hard to believe and I hope I'm wrong. It's only a rumor at this point, but I'll try to find out more.

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Here is the latest map (May 2013):

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#147 is supposed to be an 88 unit low income housing building at varick and bright. i heard it was approved last week. right near my apt. :(


Varick & Bright is right across from the new school -- and used for temp offices and parking now -- I can't imagine that that would soon become "low income public housing" with 88 units -- does anyone know the full details on this?

Here is the lost:
http://goo.gl/maps/c0AuK


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If this city had a two lane bridge into lower manhattan, it's future wouldn't be so bleak due to the new construction projects and influx of thousands of new residents. We wouldn't be dependent on the Port Authority, who constantly reminds us that it has a monopoly and is more than happy to extort money from the general public. On a side note, it's a damn shame we can't get a free ferry like Staten Island.

This is a pipe dream post...that is all.


As pointed out on numerous threads, the height a bridge over the Hudson would need to be would render all of Jersey City one giant approach ramp. No thanks.

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If this city had a two lane bridge into lower manhattan, it's future wouldn't be so bleak due to the new construction projects and influx of thousands of new residents. We wouldn't be dependent on the Port Authority, who constantly reminds us that it has a monopoly and is more than happy to extort money from the general public. On a side note, it's a damn shame we can't get a free ferry like Staten Island.

This is a pipe dream post...that is all.

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PAD is a joke. Should be renamed Newport II. Overdevelopment and no parks, no improvement in infrastructure like public transport and sewer systems = DISASTER

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There is also a 5 story building going up on the north side of 1st between Grove and Erie.


South side. Walls are up past street level.

(The vacant lot on the North side has had some attention from developers lately, but nothing has come of it yet.)


The registered letter I received invited me to a meeting concerning development on the empty lot on the north side of First street formerly occupied by Michael Bell and his mother.

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Poop rising to your ankles and no way to commute anymore. DTJC is doomed as the scumbags take the money and run.

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Wow, that's telling. I had no idea JC was so small. :)

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Seeing that map makes me super happy I got out of DT last year, after 17 years. I can take this over-development crap. Good luck, guys.

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The city planning devision has color coded PDFs of development proposals, construction, ect. The most recent I have is 2011, which is now obviously old.


http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/hedc.aspx?id=1170


#147 is supposed to be an 88 unit low income housing building at varick and bright. i heard it was approved last week. right near my apt. :(

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Oh wait there is one thing that Healy did manage to get started outside of DT before he left us..

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2-The PJP Trucking Terminal (watch the video in the link look at all the big beautiful tractor trailer trucks. )



Ah, I wondered what was going up over there... how ridiculous, especially considering all the overflow traffic we're likely going to have when they start the construction on the Pulaski next year... Good timing!

PS, the video has trucks driving across the Pulaski. Falseadvertisingsayswhat?

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