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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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So, zoning has nothing to do with development decisions!! What an educated and informed statement. If you google Jersey City you see plenty of Buzz over the Healy years, the Wall Street Journal, USA today, the Times, ect. Get real, the turn around of Jersey City has been a 30 effort by many people, not the least of which has been the planning professionals of the city. Development of Journal Square and all those great buildings downtown started long before Steven to the oath of office. As a matter of fact, long before he every thought of moving into JC. Now, if you never left, you would know that.

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This picture sums up Healy’s term in office for all Journal Square property owners. A field..err I mean lot of empty dreams.

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Mayor Healy’s term: November 12, 2004 - June 30, 2013

PS - the Journal Square 2060 Development Plan is not bringing developers to Journal Square, it just states how tall buildings can be.(except for the Robin Hood project) Like it or not Mayor Fulop has created a development buzz in Jersey City especially in Journal Square. Thank you Steve.

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So Healy don't get credit for the Journal Square Plan that started in 2007 and was adopted by the CC in 2010, but he takes the hit to the Robin Hood settlement. Also, the EDA grant of $35 million came under Healy, the planning board approval came under Healy, not Steve. Without that grant and planning board, there is no tower in Journal Square. Let give Steven credit for giving KRE the most lucritive tax abatement in the City's history!! You can cherry pick all you want, most of what you see today downtown and in Journal Square and around the city was started under Healy. Even the two project recently give massive EDA grants where stated under Healy and given lucritive long term tax abatements under Steven. Steven is doing it just the way Healy did it, vote against tax abatements as a councilman and push them as mayor. Wonderful how things have changed.

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When you say nothing happened under Healy, its not correct. The Journal Square plan happened under Healy. KRE received their approvals for there project under Healy and also their $35,000,000 of state grants under healy. Steve gave KRE the tax abatement. These projects don't happen over night. The Journal Square plan was key to getting these projects off the ground. Even Steve Fulop gives credit to the previous administration for putting the plan in place.


Mayor Healy’s term: November 12, 2004 - June 30, 2013

The 'new' Journal Square takes another step forward: October 18, 2006

(old buildings torn down gutting the heart of JSq……zero new development except for a big empty lot)

Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan: July 14, 2010

(plan was created but soon after Healy and Matsikoudis broke it with the Robin Hood “deal” -zero new development another empty lot)

$600 Million, Three-Tower Residential Project in Journal Square to start later this year : October 23, 2013

“This isn’t the first time a Jersey City mayor has promised a Journal Square renaissance. In 2009, then-Mayor Jerramiah Healy said a twin-tower project on a lot directly across from The Jersey Journal office was imminent, but that property remains empty.

“The public has seen groundbreakings before that didn't come to fruition,” said Fulop. “People are going to see steel coming out of the ground very, very soon.”

"This project, behind us, is really going to change Jersey City and change Journal Square."

"We have made it a priority to get actual buildings going up in Journal Square," Fulop told The Jersey Journal shortly afterward. "This is the first one coming out in decades. It's a big day for Journal Square. It's a game changer, and I couldn't be more excited about it."

(the deal was done at the end of Healy’s term he is NOT responsible for the many new development projects up Journal Square)

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When you say nothing happened under Healy, its not correct. The Journal Square plan happened under Healy. KRE received their approvals for there project under Healy and also their $35,000,000 of state grants under healy. Steve gave KRE the tax abatement. These projects don't happen over night. The Journal Square plan was key to getting these projects off the ground. Even Steve Fulop gives credit to the previous administration for putting the plan in place.


I agree, at least 75% of the things happening in my area were done by Healy years ago. Things are just happening with the Claremont redevelopment, including the high rise complexes behind the Richard street light rail but if you were paying attention this was done back in 2011 when Fulop was a uknown councilman to the Greenville area.

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When you say nothing happened under Healy, its not correct. The Journal Square plan happened under Healy. KRE received their approvals for there project under Healy and also their $35,000,000 of state grants under healy. Steve gave KRE the tax abatement. These projects don't happen over night. The Journal Square plan was key to getting these projects off the ground. Even Steve Fulop gives credit to the previous administration for putting the plan in place.

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I find it funny that during the dark Healy years nothing was developed in the Journal Square area except for a lot of BS about coming development. (hmm right before every election) Since Healy appointed Bob Antonicello JCRA director back in 2006 nothing “started in Journal Square”. (think Jersey Bounce) Odd now that Healy is gone development has taken off and it seems the ex- director of the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has his hands in the many multi-million dollar Journal Square “deals”. Interesting very interesting.

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Journal Square office building sells for $5.6M

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
on July 14, 2015 at 4:00 PM

JERSEY CITY — A 10-story mixed-use office building near Journal Square has sold for $5.6 million, and will be converted into — what else? — residential housing.

jj piece..

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... for_56m.html#incart_river

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I have no idea what the Councilman Borgiano is talking about, did he even look at the website. Its an “as of right” project Rich!! They even define “as of right” for you Rich. Read it. They spell it out for you; they followed the Journal Square plan.


Boggiano doesn't say he opposes the plan, he said he tentatively supports it but will wait to hear from residents in that area before making his support official.

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What a great project for both Journal Square and the city. The fact that the developer thought enough of the community to put together a website to layout the basics of the project is a first in the city. When was the last time any of these developers went out of their way to do this? It doesn’t happen. Another first is the fact that the developer actually followed the Journal Square plan 100% and doesn’t require an amendment or a plan change is a first and amazing. I have no idea what the Councilman Borgiano is talking about, did he even look at the website. Its an “as of right” project Rich!! They even define “as of right” for you Rich. Read it. They spell it out for you; they followed the Journal Square plan. This is what you want the developers do, follow the zoning and the law. And when that do, we should work with them and support the project, not hem and haw!!

http://www.baldwinplacejc.com



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“Baldwin Place has excellent access to public transportation as it is located only a five-minute walk to Journal Square. The Square contains the Journal Square Multimodal Transportation Center, which serves 56,000 riders on bus and PATH train each day. It is the busiest non- terminal station in the PATH system and from this station; riders can reach the World Trade Center or downtown Newark in 11 minutes and Midtown Manhattan in 20 minutes.”

It always amazed me how JScare (soon to be back to JSquare) lacked the spark for development especially after reading the line….” The Square contains the Journal Square Multimodal Transportation Center, which serves 56,000 riders on bus and PATH train each day.”

We have been let down for years and years and administration after administration. Finally things are getting ..mi mi mi...."started in Journal Square".

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What a great project for both Journal Square and the city. The fact that the developer thought enough of the community to put together a website to layout the basics of the project is a first in the city. When was the last time any of these developers went out of their way to do this? It doesn’t happen. Another first is the fact that the developer actually followed the Journal Square plan 100% and doesn’t require an amendment or a plan change is a first and amazing. I have no idea what the Councilman Borgiano is talking about, did he even look at the website. Its an “as of right” project Rich!! They even define “as of right” for you Rich. Read it. They spell it out for you; they followed the Journal Square plan. This is what you want the developers do, follow the zoning and the law. And when that do, we should work with them and support the project, not hem and haw!!

http://www.baldwinplacejc.com

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(Maybe it's time for Journal Square to have one of its own...…Finally!)

Four residential buildings planned for old Jersey City pasta factory site

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
on June 19, 2015 at 1:33 PM, updated June 19, 2015 at 1:43 PM

JERSEY CITY — Four residential buildings, two of them 25-stories high, are slated for the old Mueller's pasta factory on Baldwin Avenue, another sign that the Downtown building boom is extending farther west.

The developer, Argent Ventures, wants to build 980 units on the 5.2-acre site, located less than half a mile from the Journal Square PATH station. The Mueller's site is largely vacant, aside from a four-story, 300,000-square-foot former manufacturing plant that will be demolished.

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http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _jersey.html#incart_river

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This is the Baldwin Place project website from within the JJ piece. Click on the Journal Square Development map to download a .pdf of all the JSquare projects.

http://www.baldwinplacejc.com/




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