Developer plans loft-style condos at Jersey City industrial building

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Mar.March 12, 2019 02:16 PM

The Hoboken-based Manhattan Building Company plans to redevelop a Jersey City building as a 60-unit condominium. The property at 100 Paterson Plank Road, which is owned and being developed by Brass Works Urban Renewal, was converted to apartments more than a decade ago, according to Jersey Digs. The long-delayed project, branded as The Cliffs Collection, now has plans that call for loft-style residences with an amenity package focused on a “wellness lifestyle,” the outlet reported. The building itself is located at the foot of the 100 Steps, a scenic lookout that opened in 2013 and which Brass Works initially agreed to fund in return for zoning variances. Jersey Digs noted that prices for units, which range from studios to four-bedrooms offering between 500 and 2,200 square feet of space, will start at around $500,000. [Jersey Digs]


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