What would you do with this space?

2/18/2010:

Endless possibilities!

Near 14th and Garden nestled between the CVS/NYSC/Chase building and Park on Park – is a sliver of open space that was recently occupied by a sales trailer for the Garden Street Lofts.

With the building nearly fully occupied (I think 5 or 6 units remain) – the trailer was no longer needed and was removed. Not sure exactly who owns this property, but what we have now is a nice spot ripe for…

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Open Space at 14th and Garden Streets Hoboken NJ - What would you do with this space?

PS – speaking of Garden Street Lofts – the city council last night didn’t even know where 1500 Garden Street was when discussing a couple tax-refunds. Get to know your city, people!

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homeworld
homeworld
Sunday, February 21, 2010 11:01 pm

I think they should build a bridge for the troll here to live under.

escaped68
escaped68
Sunday, February 21, 2010 7:18 pm

A nice little park with a few benches, some of those chess tables and maybe a little fountain.It should be a simple setup, don’t make it a big deal use the KISS[keep it simple stupid] approach and it should be cheap also.

Avery
Avery
Sunday, February 21, 2010 11:35 am

hhhmmm…. upset due to to an individual having an opinion that isn’t in line with yours?? Taking the dog one of the several parks in town, hope to see you there!!!

Kaiser Sosay
Kaiser Sosay
Sunday, February 21, 2010 9:18 am

We need a multiple story builiding that will house a tanning salon,organic market,mini beer garden with a shop rite style of outdoor space.If not those ideas maybe a parking lot for bikes.just trying to be funny but hope whatever goes there has some purpose for people.

mooshu
mooshu
Friday, February 19, 2010 8:42 pm

Ah, Avery. Avery, Avery…

I wouldn’t be so sure about what *won’t* in that space. Goodness knows that monstrosity of a Pier, Pier C, shouldn’t have been built, and yet it was. Eons later, the darn thing isn’t finished. But, anyway, the point is that a tiny park may very well go there. Anything may wind up there. Unless you own the space, you don’t call the shots. So make a suggestion for the space, or buzz off.

I LOVE the idea of a Farmer’s Market in the pedestrian path, so far. Nice cobblestone, shade and all. I’d go there all the time.

Avery
Avery
Reply to  mooshu
Saturday, February 20, 2010 1:21 am

Ah mooshit…. I agree I don’t call the shots, nor do I own it. Simply stating the fact if you don’t own it you have little input as to what it will become. Why don’t all you park lovers cmbine your pennies, purchase it and move one? Oh..damn it… is it or sale. Guess you’ll have to live with whatever it becomes… God knows farmers markets turn a HUGE profit.

In response to mooshu who said:

Ah, Avery. Avery, Avery…

I wouldn’t be so sure about what *won’t* in that space. Goodness knows that monstrosity of a Pier, Pier C, shouldn’t have been built, and yet it was. Eons later, the darn thing isn’t finished. But, anyway, the point is that a tiny park may very well go there. Anything may wind up there. Unless you own the space, you don’t call the shots. So make a suggestion for the space, or buzz off.

I LOVE the idea of a Farmer’s Market in the pedestrian path, so far. Nice cobblestone, shade and all. I’d go there all the time.

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