The Jersey Journal
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
on March 13, 2015 at 11:17 AM
Jersey City is about to get a lot more crowded.
The city is expecting nearly 3,000 residential units to come online before the end of the year, while developers are expected to break ground on another 3,000 in the next 10 months.
The new additions will include a 950-foot condominium tower on Hudson Street that will be the tallest building in New Jersey, a 50-story high-rise outside the Grove Street PATH station and a 448-unit tower in Liberty Harbor North that will rise 44 stories.
And the changes aren't only in the Downtown, where most of the new large-scale development has taken place for the last three decades. Hundreds of units are set to go online by the end of the year on Senate Place, just south of Canco Lofts, and at the Beacon.
Photo: A rendering of the pedestrian plaza slated for 70 and 90 Columbus Drive, two residential towers going up outside the Grove Street PATH station in Jersey City. (Jersey Journal)