Jersey City, NJ
This is a gateway project at the northern edge of the Journal Square Redevelopment Area. Located at Summit Avenue and Route 139, the project lies just to the north of the historic Five Corners intersection in Jersey City and is the culmination of years of considerate planning with the Jersey City city planning staff and multiple neighborhood groups.
The tower has 209 residential units, two commercial spaces, and two retail spaces. The Bergen Arches abandoned railway has been earmarked to become a linear public park. This building will provide respite along the park with stair access to the street level and retail destinations. A public park area at the rear of the building will offer opportunities for public seating overlooking the arches. The exterior balconies begin at floor nine, projecting and rotating as they ascend to the sky. The rooftop has an outdoor amenity space along with a resident fitness center and lounge.
Located in Jersey City’s booming Journal Square district, the property is exceptionally commuter friendly. Residents will be within walking distance of the Journal Square PATH Train and downtown Jersey City. It’s also near all area highways and tunnels to New York City. A multitude of shops, grocery stores, schools, and dining options, among other essential services, are easily accessible within steps of Singh Tower.