170 Erie Street
SILVERMAN is proud to commence this project and breathe new life into the Hamilton Park neighborhood. The 9 story mixed-use building will contain 57 apartments, two full floors of office space totaling 40,000 square feet, and 7,500 square feet of retail space at the street level. The building will feature one of the first semi-automated parking systems in Jersey City.
The building is one block from the centerpiece of this district, the 5-acre Hamilton Park. A diverse mix of restaurants, a fitness club, wellness practitioners and a variety of retail stores serve the Hamilton Park area. The PATH train and Bergen – Hudson Light Rail stations are within easy walking distance and the location allows easy access to the Holland Tunnel and major highways.
Projected Opening, Spring 2021
Park Francis is an urban oasis; an idyllic residence designed to compliment a busy city life. Set on historic Hamilton Park, it was named to honor St. Francis Hospital which served the neighborhood for over a century. The building seamlessly combines indoor and outdoor living. Our spacious apartments allow for privacy, yet offer entertaining options on our roof deck or in the resident lounge. The location allows for a short commute to either New York City or the surrounding areas, a vibrant array of cafes and restaurants, and the charming shops that make Jersey City so unique.
Charles & Co.
Named for the family-owned business which stood on the same corner decades ago, Charles & Co. was lovingly designed to fit into the Grove Street neighborhood, and to compliment the historic brownstones on adjacent York Street and the Victorian architecture of City Hall on Grove Street. Many apartments at Charles & Co. enjoy views of the Van Vorst Park neighborhood, of Paulus Hook, the Freedom Tower, and even the cruise ships leaving New York. The building has a roof deck with indoor and outdoor lounge areas, a vibrant co-working space, a gym, and on-site parking. Charles & Co. is the headquarters of SILVERMAN, and just steps from the Grove Street PATH Station with service to New York and Newark.
Majestic Corner is a set of renovated residences that sit on the corner of Montgomery and Grove Street directly across from City Hall. These apartments represent old world charm with access to all the amenities of downtown Jersey City. Just a few short blocks from the Grove Street PATH train, and quick access to Manhattan and other areas of New Jersey. The apartments at Majestic Corner define the history of the neighborhood; much of the original charm remains in each unique home. Up a flight or two of stairs, residents find historic wood floors, brick accents, and possibly even a claw foot tub!
Hamilton Square is in the highly sought-after Hamilton Park neighborhood. Formerly St. Francis Hospital, this 11-story 125 unit restoration has been designed to combine modern and industrial aesthetics. Hamilton Square offers spacious homes with high ceilings, open floor plans and some residences offer generous terraces and impeccable views of the five acre historic Hamilton Park. The building offers 24 hour doorman services and has a 6,000 sf landscaped rooftop terrace with grills and sweeping views of Jersey City and Manhattan.
Majestic Theatre Condominiums
The Majestic Theater opened in 1907, and for the next 50 years it would serve Jersey City as a showcase for Vaudeville, music and film, featuring legends such as George Burns and Mae West. Over the years, the building was used as a factory, a warehouse and a church. Before a scheduled renovation could begin in the 1990s, the roof collapsed and the building was purchased and redeveloped by SILVERMAN.
Today you’ll find modern condominiums built on the footprint of the original theater. However, the lobby was saved and restored, and plaster ornamentation, a gabled marquee, mosaic tile and a decorative double-door entrance surrounded by the original iron gates remain. It is truly a treasure, and a daily reminder of the glamorous days of theater in the early part of the 20th Century.
Park Foundry is a former brass foundry built during the turn of the 19th century. It stands proudly on a corner just one block from Hamilton Park, and offers charming homes with loft height ceilings, original brick accents, and stunning arched windows. Despite the historic details, the building has been updated to include all the desired aspects of city living, as well as a roof deck with sensational views of Manhattan and an area to dine or relax. Park Foundry is truly a jewel; the sought after apartments stand apart from the others in town. When you enter the lobby and feel the original floors underfoot, residents know they are living in a building which tells the magnificent story of Jersey City in the last century.
Schroeder Lofts is located adjacent to historic Hamilton Park, in the style of chic, urban loft conversions. Many apartments have floor-to-ceiling walls of windows with views of Manhattan, and they all have modern kitchens and baths, central air with exposed ductwork, and uncommonly spacious floor plans. Community amenities include a part-time concierge, a beautifully landscaped roof terrace and on-site parking. Schroeder Lofts is a short walk from multiple PATH stations, and one block from the Holland Tunnel and major highways.
Retailers Include: New Thanh Hoai
With its sweeping roof deck with NYC views, 210 9th Street is only a block away from Hamilton Park and a short walk to Newport PATH station. This boutique building has just six apartments per floor, and a true feeling of comfortable elegance. Residents enjoy a wonderful roof deck with grills, lounge chairs, and charming neighborhood views. With its proximity to local cafes, grocers, and restaurants, 210 9th Street provides modern-day living in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Jersey City.
Retailers Include: The Scandinavian School of Jersey City