Jackson Square is a multi-phase redevelopment located in Jersey City, NJ. Developed for use by the Jersey City administration, the project is part of the redevelopment zone designed to help revitalize and anchor the neighborhood.
Jackson Square City Hall Annex is a new three-story building occupied by the Jersey City Department of Housing, Economic Development, and Commerce (HEDC), Planning, Zoning & Construction Department, and Health & Human Services. The building is constructed of a steel frame with metal deck, and is clad in brick, cast stone, aluminum windows, and a curtainwall façade.
Anchoring the southwest corner of the redevelopment site is the Housing Services building, the renovation of an abandoned single-story brick structure into new office space for the Jersey City Housing Authority (JCHA) and the Division of Community Development (DCD).
Designed to serve the Jersey City administration, the Municipal Services Building is a new four-story garage and office building that will provide ground-level office space to help activate the street front, with parking above. The building is constructed of precast concrete with a brick and aluminum storefront façade.
Currently in Pre-Construction, the 11-story Jackson Square Public Safety Headquarters building will consolidate police, fire, public safety, and 911 call center operations into a new state-of-the-art building.