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Hoboken Terminal & Rail Yard Redevelopment

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Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

We will be at the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival this Sunday, September 29th from 11-6. 

The Hoboken Terminal & Rail Yard Redevelopment will transform Observer Highway and Hudson Place into a vibrant, transit-oriented community promoting Hoboken's future, while honoring the City's history.
Transit-oriented development is the future of growth in New Jersey. As a major transportation hub currently for residents with a wide range of options including NJ Transit Rail, PATH and ferry service, Hoboken is primed to take advantage of growth opportunities. This mixed-use development will combine historic preservation with modern office, retail and residential space plus over $100 million in essential improvements to public transportation and city infrastructure.
This community outreach effort is an opportunity for Hoboken residents to review the plan, provide feedback to the developer and have questions answered directly by NJ Transit and LCOR.

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Re-Development Plan Open House

Tuesday, August 6th from 6-8 pm at Hoboken Boys & Girls Club, 123 Jefferson Street in Hoboken

The Hoboken Terminal & Rail Yard Redevelopment will transform Observer Highway and Hudson Place into a vibrant, transit-oriented community promoting Hoboken's future, while honoring the City's history.
Transit-oriented development is the future of growth in New Jersey. As a major transportation hub currently for residents with a wide range of options including NJ Transit Rail, PATH and ferry service, Hoboken is primed to take advantage of growth opportunities. This mixed-use development will combine historic preservation with modern office, retail and residential space plus over $100 million in essential improvements to public transportation and city infrastructure.
This event is an opportunity for Hoboken residents to review the plan, provide feedback to the developer and have questions answered directly by NJ Transit and LCOR.

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NJ Jersey Transit Development Debate Continues

Hudson Reporter July 21, 2013

Although NJ Transit officials and the developer LCOR have held informal open houses around town to inform Hoboken residents about their plans to develop around eight acres of land along Observer Highway, the city has been developing its own plan. Last week, Mayor Dawn Zimmer said that while NJ Transit’s “dog and pony show” is a nice effort, ultimately it will be the city’s plan that comes before the City Council for approval.

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Despite Sandy, people will still want to live by the water, developers say

The Jersey Journal March 21, 2013

Construction costs for waterfront properties along Hudson County’s “Gold Coast” are likely to rise as commercial and residential developers rethink how they protect developments against future flooding. That was the consensus among developers and other real estate experts at the recent New Jersey Gold Coast Investment Summit held at Maritime Parc restaurant in Jersey City’s Liberty State Park. But despite the costs and risk of future flooding, the waterfront real estate market will not be negatively affected by Hurricane Sandy, Arthur DellaSalla, managing director of Meritage Properties of Scarsdale, said. People will still want to be near the water.

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Development near the train terminal

The Hudson Reporter February 24, 2013

NJ Transit and its developer LCOR told Hoboken residents on Thursday that NJ Transit’s plan to develop its 52-acre rail yard at the south end of the city will result in 6,500 permanent new jobs and an estimated $50 million per year of additional retail spending.

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Sandy's legacy causes questions for massive Hoboken project

NJBiz February 22, 2013

As a developer, NJ Transit and Hoboken city officials try to reach an agreement on how to redevelop the agency's sprawling rail yards there, the need for flood protection has become a central piece of the discussion. But those prospects also are clouded by uncertainty over how new federal flood regulations would impact future development.

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Fighting to stay on track

NJBiz October 22, 2012

It's hard to imagine an economic engine spring- ing alongside the rail yard and parking lots on the south side of Hoboken's Observer Highway. But when executives at NJ Transit and LCOR Inc. look at the land, they see a multiuse transit-oriented development on a site that Kurt M. Eichler, an LCOR principal, calls “the best in the country.”

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Plans for Hoboken Terminal

NJ Spotlight September 27, 2012

The City of Hoboken held a public hearing earlier this month on proposed redevelopment of the 100-year-old Hoboken Terminal & Rail Yards. Hoboken has an incredible opportunity -- and responsibility -- before it. The site is one of NJ Transit’s main terminals and a major regional transportation hub, serving over 50,000 people daily with commuter rail, light rail, PATH and bus service. The terminal is a key gateway to New York City and its vast network of jobs.

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Hoboken Patch

Hoboken Patch September 5, 2012

NJ Transit Proposes Downtown Development: 'This Plan Meets Character Test'

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