Marshall Terrace

“Marshall Terrace” at 100-132 Marshall Street in Hoboken

A lot of folks in Hoboken are wondering about the project nestled between the towering SkyClub condo building and the 2nd Street Light rail station.

What you have going in this little sliver of land is called Marshall Terrace.

81 new Hoboken residential units at Marshall Terrace

Approved over seven years ago – Marshall Terrace was designed to be a split-level kind of mixed use apartment building with one seven-story section and one six-story section and close to 100 residential apartments, plus parking spots and street-level retail. The approximately 30,000 square foot site is around 450 feet long, and about 70 feet deep.

Over the years, the project has gone through various changes in density and layout, requiring several variance adjustments.

As far as we last saw – the building height has been lowered one story (less parking), but residential units were increased (smaller apartments).

The northern part of the building which is the first phase of the project – will be four residential stories (over one parking level), and the southern part of the building butting Paterson Plank Road (phase II) will the taller section – with five stories over one parking level. This entire property will have two relatively modest retail spaces between 1100 and 1350 square feet.

Residents have emailed Hoboken411 and have been somewhat puzzled by this project. What do you think about it? Is this a “desirable” spot in town?

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9 Comments on "Marshall Terrace"


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spoon
1 year 11 months ago

this building turned out looking pretty good. I really like the corner. it makes the skyclub look like a housing project. With this building and harrison Court there are two really attractive buildings in that area.

it also looks a little elevated which should help with flooding.

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joey maxim
3 years 2 months ago

snip this is just the begining..the more they dig the more crap comes out of the ground after 100 years….deal with it or lets all pack up..the town is just a watering hole for
kids that love to party and bar owners love it,,you think they care about your invvestment and property values,not to mention toxix cancer danger..your call snip.

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adamview2
3 years 2 months ago

I hear that there is a funky looking liquid as they started to dig ( is this true ) look at willow14 and the mess over there call the state we pay high taxes in this town and nothing gets done about it!![quote comment=”215986″]snip this is just the begining..the more they dig the more crap comes out of the ground after 100 years….deal with it or lets all pack up..the town is just a watering hole for kids that love to party and bar owners love it,,you think they care about your invvestment and property values,not to mention toxix cancer danger..your call snip.[/quote]

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Snip119
3 years 2 months ago

wrong BamBam, don’t live at the homeless shelter on 3rd street. Live up on 14th Street by the toxic gas/oil chemical plume seeping offsite from the St. Louis!

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BamBam
3 years 2 months ago

Well at least they have had the foresight to limit the height on this building and include some commercial space as well. It would be nice if they combined the commercial spaces and opened a compact Kings store like the ones they have at the Applied buildings on the waterfront. An additional 81 singles/couple/families in the neighborhood equals a lot more demand for that type of local business.

And to the previous poster who commented about lack of desirability, you’re about as clueless as they come. You probably live in the homeless shelter on 3rd Street and you want to sound uninformed and positively clueless. Congratulations, mission accomplished. There are plenty of people who rent or own in the southwest, and happily so. Not everyone in this town wants to live next to your cot in the shelter. Pick up a newspaper once in a while and get a clue!

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adamview2
3 years 2 months ago

I hear you need a row boat to live in that area when it rains?[quote comment=”215967″]Well at least they have had the foresight to limit the height on this building and include some commercial space as well. It would be nice if they combined the commercial spaces and opened a compact Kings store like the ones they have at the Applied buildings on the waterfront. An additional 81 singles/couple/families in the neighborhood equals a lot more demand for that type of local business.And to the previous poster who commented about lack of desirability, you’re about as clueless as they come. You probably live in the homeless shelter on 3rd Street and you want to sound uninformed and positively clueless. Congratulations, mission accomplished. There are plenty of people who rent or own in the southwest, and happily so. Not everyone in this town wants to live next to your cot in the shelter. Pick up a newspaper once in a while and get a clue![/quote]

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Snip119
3 years 2 months ago

Who wants to spend a lot of money to live so close to the projects?