JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announces five “parklets” being installed around the City in an effort to create more public space and enhance the pedestrian experience. The five parklets are mini-parks which will temporarily turn a standard parking space into a place for the public to enjoy with seating, landscaping, lighting, art and more.
“This initiative aims to create an efficient use of space for our community, allowing our pedestrians to take advantage of the green space by relaxing and socializing near businesses, restaurants, and transportation hubs,” said Mayor Fulop. “Through Vision Zero, we are one step closer to reimagining our streets for all of its users, reducing traffic fatalities on our streets, and will use the feedback from this pilot program to determine if the program will be expanded.”
Luxury Building Marks First Development Adjacent to Newport Green Park; Already 40% Leased
Jersey City, NJ (July 15, 2013) – Laguna, the newest high-end residential property in the Newport neighborhood of Jersey City, is now available for renting. Already 40 percent leased, the 19-story Hudson River-waterfront building features 158 one, two and three-bedroom residences, ranging in size from 759 square feet to 2,015 square feet. The Laguna marks the first of the master-planned community’s final phase of development, which will surround the neighborhood’s award-winning 4.25-acre park, Newport Green.
“We broke the mold with the Laguna to create a product unique to existing offerings in Newport,” said Jamie LeFrak, principal at LeFrak. “We engaged a nationally-known design firm to add upscale finishes to every home and luxurious building amenities like a screening room and rooftop lounge. Paired with Laguna’s location next to the park, the building represents the 27-year evolution of our vision to transform the Jersey City waterfront into a thriving neighborhood with open green spaces and sidewalks full of residents and visitors.” Continue reading Leasing Open at Laguna, Newport, Jersey City’s Newest Waterfront Property→
Successful Re-Branding Campaign Leads to Robust Sales Activity at Premier Luxury Condominium
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (Jan. 25, 2011) – Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City, one of New Jersey’s most luxurious residential condominium towers, triumphed in 2010 with a successful marketing campaign that spurred phenomenal condominium sales and the lease-up of the building’s entire retail space.
With more than 50 years of combined sales and financial experience with residential real estate on New Jersey’s Gold Coast, the sales team at Trump Plaza Residences, which includes Jodi Stasse, director of marketing and sales; John Paszamant, sales director; Evan Cappiello, sales manager; Colleen Vogt, sales representative and Ray Lamberti Jr. of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, helped catapult the building’s sales, with approximately 65 homes sold in 2010, contributing to the amazing feat of the tower’s 300th sale by close of the year. Continue reading Jersey City Real Estate -Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City Closes 2010 with Milestone 300th Sale→
Park Will Be Built For Use By Residents And Community
JERSEY CITY, N.J. – CANCOlofts, an industrial-to-residential condominium loft building in Jersey City, celebrated the groundbreaking on Sept. 10 for CANCOpark, a public park that is being constructed across the street from CANCOlofts, at 50 Dey Street.
CANCOpark, which will offer 15,000 square feet of green space, landscaping, seating and a walking path, is expected to be complete by the end of October. The park will be open for the enjoyment of CANCOlofts residents as well as residents of the neighborhood, contributing to the already appealing lifestyle of the unique property, formerly the American Can Co.
Historic Condominium Conversion to be Honored During May 27 CeremonyJERSEY CITY, N. J. (May 18, 2010) — The Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization that works to preserve, promote and protect the city’s irreplaceable historic resources, has announced that it has selected The Residences at Dixon Mills, a landmark condominium conversion in downtown Jersey City, to receive an Excellence in Preservation award at the Conservancy’s 2010 Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony.