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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Grove Pointe

Grove Pointe has moved into the the final stages of exterior work. Along Newark Avenue, the fences have been removed revealing future retail spaces:

Grove Pointe in Jersey city along Newark Avenue

The entrance to the residences in the building is still under construction:

The Marin Blvd Facade:

Grove Pointe at the PATH Station plaza.


Friday, March 30, 2007

Grove Pointe

The eastern facade along Marin Blvd.

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The Morgan Street Parking Deck:

From the corner of Columbus Drive and Marin, Grove Pointe rises more than 30 stories

Windows have been installed on the retail level of Grove Pointe along Newark Avenue, facing the PATH entrance:


Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Grove Pointe

A few remnants from last week:

Grove Pointe parking deck down Morgan Street

From Morgan Street looking west:


Friday, March 9, 2007

Grove Pointe

Grove Pointe is quickly nearing completion from the Corner of Marin and Christopher Columbus Drive.

What is presumably the entrance Grove Pointe residents will enter the building through:

Looking north from the corner of Marin and Columbus Drive. Grove Pointe's height is most evident along Marin Blvd, where the tower rises to its full height without setbacks.

From Stueben Street looking west:

The brickwork along Marin Blvd; someone tried to get fancy, and this was the result:

The parking garage facades along Morgan Street clearly makes this the backside of Grove Pointe, and really hurts the urban streetscape here.

Grove Pointe's Parking garage on Morgan Street


Thursday, February 22, 2007

Grove Pointe

Discuss Grove Pointe and other projects in the Jersey City construction forum.

From Morgan Street, the Grove POinte parking garage dominates the street:

Looking east down Morgan:

Looking up from Morgan Street at the parking garage and the tower:

The parking grage "windows" now have metalwork; presumably to keep folks from jumping off.

Newark Avenue facade of Grove Pointe:

The different elevations hide the true height on the Grove Street / Newark Avenue facade:

The base of Grove Pointe will eventually have retail. It seems some of the retail bays are getting prepped already:

The tower as seen from Christopher Columbus Drive looking west:


Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Grove Pointe

From Columbus Drive looking west, the telescoping scale of the building is obvious. It also looks like the building is only half built, even though its been topped off.

Morgan Street facade with the parking deck:

The Marin Blvd facade looking towards International Plaza:

The Marin Blvd Facade was hit with the ugly stick:

The Marin / Columbus Drive Corner

The nooks and crannies along Newark Avenue, over looking the Grove PATH plaza:


Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Grove Pointe

The corner of Marin and Columbus Drive:

The east facing facade along Marin Blvd with service elevator:

The western facade of the main tower meets the southern facade of the mid-rise:

The Newark Avenue facade at the corner of Chris Columbus Drive.

The ten unfinished windows mark the location of the service elevator, since removed.


Monday, January 29, 2007

Grove Pointe

The service elevator on the front of the building has finally been removed.

The backside of the tower and the parking garage from Grove Street looking east:

The tower looming over the Manila / Grove Street:

From the Grove Street PATH Station Park:


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