This building will have 486 units and 13 floors, 45,000 square feet of retail (that’s a lot!) and 285 parking spaces on 3.35 acres. It is located where West Side Ave meets the PATH tracks in the Marion neighborhood (west of Journal Sq). The city would like a PATH station there, but there is no funding as of yet.
This building pulled its construction permits on June 25, 2020. The site has not been demo’d yet, which is odd because permit issuance usually means the building is already under construction. I’ll try to bike by the site in the coming days to take a picture.
Biked past today. Can confirm, Puccini’s is still open. But the permit is for the other side of the street, 1075. And what’s odd is, the warehouses on the 1075 side are closed, but no excavation or demolition has started yet.
Worth keeping an eye on the site in the coming months in case they start soon, sorry for the false start.
The big question is: Why did they pay $29,000 for the permits (plus whatever fee the expediters/architects charged for the construction documents and filing) when they aren’t ready to start yet???