Monday, October 28, 2019

New Mixed-Use Development to Rise in Jersey City

 New Jersey-based developer is planning to construct a 13-story, mixed-use property in The Heights section of Jersey City. 

The new building will be the neighborhood’s tallest structure at about 144 feet tall.

The project, located at 15 Nardone Place, will rise on an assemblage of six adjacent lots that are currently home to two low-rise commercial buildings, five multi-story residential structures, a gas station, and associated parking areas. 

The new development would replace all existing properties. According to plans, the structure will cover 351,847 square feet between two connected buildings that share a common podium. 

The project will create an Aloft-brand hotel with 305 guest rooms, 84 residential units, a ground-floor cafĂ©, a top-floor restaurant, as well as other amenities. 

Residential units will include nine three-bedroom apartments, 15 two-bedroom units, 48 one-bedroom units, and 12 studios. Indoor parking for approximately 143 vehicles will occupy the building’s podium level.

MVMK Architecture is the project designer, with developer 15 Nardone LLC coordinating the project’s construction.