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Redevelopment Update: 210-214 Main Street, 210 Moore Street   

                               

Architectural rendering of the proposed project, with “Phase 2” section complete.

 

The City of Hackensack continues to move forward with its redevelopment efforts with the approval of another significant residential project proposed in the downtown.

At the October 21st Mayor and Council meeting, the Redevelopment Plan for 210 - 214 Main Street and 210 Moore Street was given formal approval for the development of a mixed-use, predominantly residential project. The Redevelopment Plan permits the interior renovation of both 210 and 214 Main Street into 135 residential units with almost 4,000 square feet of retail on Main Street. In addition, the plan allows for a Phase 2 mixed-use tower with up to 192 units on the 210 Moore Street property.

This multi-phased project marks the third significant mixed-use development in the downtown. Already under construction is 100 State Street, - a 220 unit project that is scheduled to be open in the summer of 2015. 150-170 Main Street was also given final site plan approval in September and construction will commence in the spring of 2015.

The next step for the 210-214 Main Street and 210 Moore Street will be for the developer to submit a formal site plan for review by the Planning Board. If approved, the project will include the total interior renovation for both 210 and 214 Main Street that will feature retail and restaurants on the first level including a portion of the existing vaulted ceiling lobby, amenities on the first and mezzanine levels and residential units that feature high ceilings and great views to New York City.

“Looked at in its totality, this is the most significant project the downtown has seen in decades,” said City Manager, David Troast. “Even before Phase 2 is complete, the influx of residents from this and other residential projects in the area will have a tremendous positive economic impact on Main Street,” added Mayor John Labrosse.

Final approvals are anticipated within the next month. Interior demolition of the existing structures could start at the beginning of next year with Phase 2 estimated to begin after Phase 1 is complete.

For more information, please contact the City Manager's office at 201-646-3900.  Email: citymanager@hackensack.org

                               

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