The Hoboken-based company is introducing a two-story food hall in its latest project aimed at showcasing entrepreneurs and local businesses within the mixed-use development.
Jersey Digs has learned that plans are underway to revitalize 710 Clinton Street. The land is now home to Cobalt Stages, a video production soundstage that spans about a third of the block next to the Wonder Lofts project.
The parcel was purchased by a subsidiary of the Taurasi Group, the company behind the vast Southwest Market currently under construction. Their Clinton Street plan calls for his five-story building with 11 residences above an indoor food court.
Designed by MVMK Architecture and Design, the food market portion requires 15 small retail spaces and an open floor area for kiosks on the ground floor. The largest space on the market spans approximately 600 square feet and the smallest space is approximately 250 plus 200 square feet of space.
Documents filed by the developer state that the market will be “by providing startup space to food industry entrepreneurs who may eventually move to a larger, more permanent location within the Hoboken business district. , bring economic development benefits.”
Taurasi Group’s application is intended to ensure that future vendors are local, allowing customers to enjoy what they find on a mezzanine level with upstairs seating accessible by stairs and elevator. The dining level is set over 1,756 square feet and offers accessible restrooms and administrative offices.
The entrance to the market is glazed and offers pedestrians an attractive view. The exterior of the project facade uses a combination of metal cladding, cement board panels, brick plywood and double-hung aluminum clad wooden windows.
The remainder of the development consists of 11 oversized apartments by Hoboken standards, including three 2-bedrooms, 3 3-bedrooms, 3 4-bedrooms and 2 5-bedrooms. increase. The top two floors have duplex style units, while the second floor units have a private rear deck of 328 square feet.
Plans include a bike room with 14 racks, as well as a 1,500-square-foot shared roof deck and green roof.
To proceed with the 710 Clinton Street application, some differences are required. The first concerns advertising (1) usage deviations in food courts composed of Class III and IV restaurants. This project would require an extra height change of about 12 feet and not provide parking when 31 spaces are needed.
100% maximum lot coverage, lack of minimum rear yard setback, and three other variances related to roof fitting deviations are also required to move the project forward.
The Hoboken Zoning Board heard requests to waive 710 Clinton Street at a December 20 meeting before deeming the application incomplete. A new date has not yet been set for hearing the proposal. .
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