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Villages at Battleship Point

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We’ve got more about KFJ Development Group’s project, the Villages at Battleship Point.

Candela Lofts

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1024 Adams Street, Hoboken, New Jersey

With refined features, light-filled rooms, and the highest quality appointments, these hallmark condominiums marry the rigors of Passive Building Construction and discerning design in a unique, luxury residence. The elegant comforts and attention to detail at Candela Lofts raise the bar for an exclusive and sustainable home.

The Candela Lofts offer residents access to dining, entertainment, fitness, recreation, shopping, and education, for the ultimate in urban living.

Madison Street

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1200 Madison Street, Hoboken, New Jersey

Spanning two entire blocks, the property was home to Universal Folding Box Company for over eight decades. The land is across from the currently under construction Northwest Park, which will add five acres of greenery to the neighborhood when it opens in 2022.

The preliminary design splits 338 units into the North Building and includes the remaining 363 in the South Building. 70 affordable units would be required per Hoboken’s regulations and the development includes rooftop pools, over 106,000-square feet of office space, and 78,000-square feet of ground-level retail between the two structures.

Nuemann Leathers

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300 Observer Highway, Hoboken, New Jersey

A 14-story residential portion will feature a total of 230 units, breaking down as 189 market rate, 21 affordable units, and 20 set aside for workforce housing. The new structure, which will strive for LEED Gold Certification, will feature a rooftop pool for residents and sport multiple ground-floor retail components that face Newark Street and Observer Highway.

Another new structure containing 270 parking spaces is slated to be built under the plan on the Newark Street portion of the land directly next to one of the historic structures. The rest of the project will preserve and expand the existing buildings for a variety of uses, which break down as 80,000 square feet of rehabilitated space for industrial arts and 80,000 square feet of rehabilitated mixed commercial space. An expansion to multiple sections will add 54,600 square feet of new infill for office and retail plus install a green roof on the buildings.

The interior of the property, not currently visible or accessible to most, is set to include a 29,000-square-foot outdoor pedestrian retail courtyard, plus an added 11,000-square-foot indoor retail commercial plaza within the existing building on the southeast corner of the land.