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I read PSE&G sold the site and it's going to be redeveloped into a commercial / industrial park. Unfortunately is isn't in an Opportunity Zone.

Client I am working with originally was looking at Kearny (which is in the zone). Unfortunately, the site in question is under the Meadowlands Development Plan (now under the NJSEA). Dealing with them was pointless.

The former Hudson Generating station would be nice, but being in business hostile NJ and not being in an Opportunity Zone pretty much kills putting something there. Shame.. the location is ideal with barge and rail access.

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MDM I did more digging....

This is a pretty interesting website to look up a property and see past and present permits. When I see someone doing major work on a property, I look up the address to see if they have a permit. You need to create an account.

https://www.sdlportal.com

Looks like HRP HUDSON, LLC. had a permit for the smoke stack demo but look at the submitted and issued dates..geez that was quick.

Permit Number 157169 , 20200907
Submitted 03/18/2020 12:24 PM Issued 03/19/2020 Last Updated 03/20/2020 08:40 AM

Location 110 VAN KEUREN AVE.
Property (Block/Lot) 7402 - 23
Work Type Demolition
Comments demo of smoke stack

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Thanks for that update, I heard the same noise.... must have scared the sh*te out of people closer to the site. I did not hear the neighborhood fire station rolling so I did not get overly concerned.

Not that it matters now, but I am curious if JC OEM sent out a notification. Seems like a prudent thing to do these "daze"?

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Hudson Generating Station

yeah people on reddit talking about it. Gee I wonder if it was planned I didn't see anything about it.


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These 2 retired coal plant sites in N.J. were just sold and will be transformed by a developer

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Found out what it was:

PSE&G demolished the stack at the former Hudson Generating station.

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Heard a rather loud explosion. My half-asleep brain thought it was thunder, but their weren't any storms around at that time. Got ring alerts that other people in the Heights heard it too.

Any ideas what that was?

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