Hudson Lights Gets Go-Ahead from Fort Lee Planning Board

NEW JERSEY—Tucker Development Corporation has received site plan approval from the Fort Lee Borough Planning Board to move forward on Hudson Lights, the company’s planned mixed-use development in Fort Lee.

Hudson Lights will span more than eight acres in downtown Fort Lee.

Located at the western portion of a 16-acre development site next to the George Washington Bridge, Hudson Lights will include 165,000 sq. ft. of ground-level retail space and up to 477 residential units.

Retail space will be marketed by Robert K. Futterman & Associates.

Plans also include an option to develop a 175-room hotel, an office building and 1,200 parking spaces.

The development will front on Lemoine Avenue, Main Street, Martha Washington Way and Bruce Reynolds Boulevard. Two new roadways are planned as part of the development and include Central Avenue, which will link Lemoine Avenue and Martha Washington Way. Hudson Street, the focal point of the pedestrian-oriented retail, will be constructed between Main Street and Central Avenue.

“We are pleased to have secured approval to move forward with this state-of-the-art, mixed-use development that is a key part of the dynamic and transformative plans for this Gold Coast community,” said Richard H. Tucker, president and CEO of Tucker Development. “We’ve worked to create a vibrant shop, dine and live quality environment; one of which, when completed, we will all be proud.”

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