NEW JERSEY—Ironstate Development and Panepinto Properties have tapped architects Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates (GSKA) to create a mixed-use development in Jersey City.
Comprised of residential, hotel and retail, the development is slated to be located at 70 and 90 Columbus in downtown Jersey City.
An initial design for the long-planned development has been updated by GSKA to include two 50-story towers, a series of landscaped gardens and retail shops.
The revised plans for 80 and 90 Columbus will be presented to the Jersey City community board later this month.
The 1.2 million-sq.-ft. project is slated to include approximately 1,000 rental residences, a 150-room hotel, retail space and onsite parking. The prismatic 500-ft. towers will offer Manhattan skyline views as well as views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty. The ground floor retail is designed to maximize store frontages and will include pedestrian walkways.