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Friday, July 13, 2007

Schroeder Lofts nearly finished

The Schroeder Lofts are quickly nearing completion. Week over week, little is changing on the exterior of the building, most because its almost finished.


Monday, June 4, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The Schroeder Lofts near the northern side of the Hamilton Park section of Jersey City are nearly complete. This week the construction fencing was removed from around most of the building, sidewalks were installed and trees planted on Tenth Street.

Shroeder Lofts in the Hamilton Park neighborhood of Jersey City provide luxury condominium projects with views of the Holland Tunnel

Along 10th Street:

The Schroeder Lofts along 10th Street in downtown Jersey City

The corner of 10th and Erie:

The corner of 10th and Erie where the Schroeder Lofts are located

The western corner:

Looking west down Tenth Street:

The Foundry is a historic condominium building just west of Schroeder Lofts on 10th Street

These large windows will presumably hold a retail establishment:


Friday, April 6, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The Schroeder Lofts seem like they've been under construction forever.


Thursday, March 29, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The north facing facade of the Schroeder Lofts are finally getting bricked over. For months the other sides of the building were nearly completed while the back of the building overlooking 12th Street remained insulation.

Schroeder Lofts in Jersey City over look the Holland Tunnel

The large windows along the 10th Street facade seem to finally be installed property after a few weeks of having pieces of the windows installed and then removed and than installed again.

The Schroeder Lofts in Jersey City's Hamilton Park neighborhood have a unique set of windows

The Western side of the building which overlooks the Park Foundry.

The Embankment between 10th and 11th Streets practically kisses the building. The 11th Street overpass also won't give north facing units the nicest views.


Friday, March 9, 2007

Schroeder Lofts Nearing Completion

The street facade of the Schroeder Lofts:

Schroeder Lofts in the Hamilton Park section of Jersey City

The large glass windows are signature of the design:

Looking east along Tenth Street:

The northern facade which faces the Holland Tunnel entrance still needs bricking.

The Erie Street facade of the Schroeder Lofts

The Schroeder Lofts from the corner of Erie and Tenth:


Sunday, February 18, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The north east corner of the Schroeder Lofts:

Along Tenth Street, most of the windows have been installed:

From the east side, one or two of the center windows have yet to be installed.

Looking in to the loft apartments from Tenth Street:

The South east corner of the building:

Street level along Tenth Street


Thursday, February 8, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The west end of the building along Tenth street looking east:

The windows along the Tenth Street facade.

The corner of Tenth and Erie:


Thursday, February 1, 2007

Schroeder Lofts

The backside of the building from Erie Street with the 11th Street overpass in front of the building:

The facade looking west along Tenth Street:

From Twelfth Street looking south, and yes, those north facing units have a great view of the tunnel traffic:


Thursday, January 25, 2007

Glass Goess into Schroeder

Glass has been installed in some of the framed windows along the front of the building:

From the corner of Tenth and Erie looking north west along Tenth:

The facade along Tenth Street:

The western facade facing the old foundry building:


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