Planned Jersey City Park Expected to Stimulate Development
Courthouse Park stands to be the centerpiece of city's expanding Journal Square area
The approximately $15 million Courthouse Park project in Jersey City, N.J., is expected to be the centerpiece of the rapidly expanding Journal Square neighborhood and an economic stimulus to drawing developers and residents.
Located on a three-acre site at 567 Pavonia Ave., Courthouse Park will be the first large public park to be built in Journal Square in decades. The park is the outcome of a five-year negotiation process between Hudson County, Jersey City, the Friends of Courthouse Park and other neighborhood stakeholders, to continue renaissance of Journal Square.
A prominent commercial district, Journal Square has seen significant development in the last two decades with offices and condo towers, a rebirth for a city in the most northern and population dense part of the state.
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