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Construction to start on 1415 Park Ave. development with Robotic Parking Garage

Posted on | May 3, 2013 | No Comments

With a multi-story parking garage at Park Avenue and 15th Street now reduced to rubble , Hoboken developer Bijou Properties is set to start construction on a 12-story development that includes apartments, a charter school and a robotic parking garage.

After several revisions since the project was first approved in 2007, the 142-foot high development at 1415 Park Ave. will include when completed 212 residential units, a K-8 charter school, ground-floor retail space, and a 383-space robotic parking garage, according to the plans.

The design by Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects houses the residential units in two nine-story residential towers that will sit on the development’s three-story base. The project will occupy two-thirds of the block.

The apartments, school and retail space in the base of the building will be located around the periphery of the building, with the robotic parking garage in the center and its entrance on 15th Street. The 32,450-square foot school will be located on the second floor, and the 15,600 square feet of retail space will be on the ground floor.

Planned “green” features include six charging station bays for electric cars, spaces for more than 50 bicycles, and energy efficient appliances and heating and cooling systems. The plan also calls for water tanks stationed on the roof to capture rainwater that will be used for watering plants and the building’s toilets.  The roof of the third-floor base will also have a swimming pool, seating, and landscaping with trees.

The Zoning Board approved a number of variances for the project in July 2012, which were required because the building is located in the northwest of Hoboken, which is  zoned for industrial buildings and office buildings up to 80 feet. The project should be completed in early 2015, officials said.

Adapted from the Jersey Journal


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