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Construction of the 626-foot-tall Haus25 skyscraper in Jersey City completed


The 626-foot-tall Haus25 skyscraper at 25 Columbus Drive in Jersey City has finally completed construction. The 57-story skyscraper, designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and built by Veris Residential, will feature 750 apartments with interiors designed by Fogarty Finger and a school designed by KSS Architects in the low-rise podium. The landscaper is Melillo + Bauer Associates, the structural engineer is DeSimone Consulting Engineers, the civil engineer is Inglese Architecture + Engineering and the mechanical engineer is AMA Consulting Engineers for the project, which is bounded by Christopher Columbus Drive to the north , Montgomery Street to the south, Washington Street to the east, and Warren Street to the west.

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Haus25’s residential program includes 244 studios, 249 one-bedroom, 224 two-bedroom and 33 three-bedroom. 37 of the houses will be classified as affordable housing. An outdoor swimming pool, dining and living areas, a children’s play area, an outdoor room for outdoor workout equipment and a large green grass are among the amenities. The previous sketches and plans represented the majority of the installations above the concrete parking structure along Montgomery Street. From a distance, the tower blends into the Jersey City skyline, with the rare glimpse of One World Trade Center peering through the cluster of tall residential and office buildings, most of which have been built during the previous decade.

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The finishes, on the other hand, were slowly completed. The construction elevator was removed and the gap in the facade filled, as was the parking garage on the southwest corner of the property. The public plaza and landscaping that will go to the northwest corner of the lot facing Christopher Columbus Drive and Warren Street are the last major work remaining on the exterior of the building. With floor-to-ceiling glass and a grid of white wainscoting, the main building rises above its surroundings.

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