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Wednesday, May 9, 2007


The Belfuse apartment building on the site of the old Bel Fuse factory is moving quite slowly. After a quick demolition of the old buildings, the site has around for the last several weeks. The most recent change has been the addition of a black plastic tarp over half the site.

Belfuse in Jersey City is a new apartment complex in the Paulus Hook neighborhood


Monday, April 9, 2007


The Belfuse, dormant for several weeks after the demolition of the site buildings, has bounced back with the installation of a few pipes in the ground:

The Belfuse in the Paulus Hook neighborhood of Jersey City is a Fields Development project on the site of the old Bel Fuse factory


Monday, March 5, 2007

The Belfuse

The heavy equipment that had been used to suck up the pavement has finished its duties. The site has been cleared and graded.


Monday, February 12, 2007

The Belfuse

With the lot mostly cleared, it won't be long before foundations and pilings are put in. Just not this week:


Tuesday, February 6, 2007

The Belfuse

An asphalt eater has been used to suck up the old parking lot:

The freshly graded lot looks like it could be a farm field ready for spring plantings; of course, the only thing being planted here is a new foundation.


Sunday, January 28, 2007

Belfuse Breaks Ground

The Belfuse development, 50 or so units going in at the western edge of Paulus hook broke ground with the demolition of the old Belfuse industrial buildings on the site. Below, the corner of Essex and Van Vorst Street looking north east from the light rail tracks:

Looking east from Van Vorst Street

Facing south from Van Vorst:


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