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    Thanks for the pictures, Harrison is where its at. Its a blank slate with little to no nonsense


    I actually wish university heights and harrison could merge and the rest of newark would disappear

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    block944 alittle harsh,dont u think

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    ^Nope, he doesn't.

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    Below are a few pictures from late this afternoon. The second floor of the eastern building is almost complete with two more levels to go:

    Overview of the topped-out West building (right) and rising East building (left):
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    Looking Northwest:
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    Looking southwest at the structure rising above the retail on Frank E. Rodgers Blvd.:
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    Tbal, do you know anything new about Riverbend(ex metrocentre)? Is it stalled, as I think? Their very outdated riverbend website claims quote"vertical construction will begin fall 2010" Its dec30th LOL. Harrison commons is looking spectacular to see every other day! Its always looking bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbal View Post
    Below are a few pictures from late this afternoon. The second floor of the eastern building is almost complete with two more levels to go:

    Overview of the topped-out West building (right) and rising East building (left):
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    Looking Northwest:
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    Looking southwest at the structure rising above the retail on Frank E. Rodgers Blvd.:
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    Dammit you beat me to it....oh well....it rose fast didn't it...whats the plan for the other parts of the site.

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    great pics tbal,would luv to see a supermarket in harrison in the near future but dont know if thats in the plans

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    Harrison doesn't have a Supermarket , or is that in Kearny?

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    Pathmark and Shoprite in Kearny. On the same block. Proves why Harrison doesn't need a supermarket lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marv95 View Post
    Pathmark and Shoprite in Kearny. On the same block. Proves why Harrison doesn't need a supermarket lol.
    walkable to the path station would be NICE.

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    Cool Urban Infill Projects & Quick Harrison Commons Update

    Here's a quick update on the two urban infill projects rising on Harrison Avenue: at the site of the former Max's Grill, the first floor structural walls are nearly complete, and it appears that the second floor will be going U/C soon:

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    Father up Harrison Ave, sanitary sewer and stormwater piping have been installed at the building near city hall:

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    Finally, at Harrison Commons, as structural work on the second floor of the East building nears completion, the West building is beginning to get it's facade. It appears to be a dark red stucco with grey accent finishes around the windows/thru-wall units on the portion of the building shown:

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    You can see a rendering of this part of the building below. (side note: there are some slight differences between the actual building and the released rendering below. For one thing, the windows on this section have three vertical panels instead of two):

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    Blegh to the last photo.

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    DSC02793 by Nexis4Jersey09, on Flickr


    DSC02792 by Nexis4Jersey09, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by stache View Post
    Blegh to the last photo.
    the grayish building means that its set back. thats why you see a shadow of the building's wing to the left.

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    Can they set it back to Ohio?

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