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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Liberty Harbor North

Exciting things are happening this week in the Liberty Harbor Development. First, a large swath of land south of the light rail station along Jersey Avenue has been cleared, presumably for the next phase of construction.

More land has been cleared for the next phase of the Liberty Harbor North development in Downtown Jersey City

Looking south east from Jersey Avenue towards the Morris Canal.

The second exciting bit of news is the ground breaking for another large building, known for now as building #2 on the official Liberty Harbor website. Below, building #2 has been highlighted:

A closer look reveals some metal things coming out from the foundation:

Looking North from the light rail station:

Along Grand Street, the Brownstone units are coming along:

Liberty Harbor North is a mixed use development in downtown Jersey City that includes buildings modeled on historic brownstones

Looking west along Grand Street:



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