FCP – Liberty Rising Mixed-Use Development – New Jersey - Project Profile
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Fireman Capital Partners (FCP) is planning to undertake the construction of a mixed-use complex in New Jersey, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 90-story mixed-use tower. It includes the construction of residential units, a 1,500-room hotel, a casino with 6,000 slots and 500 tables, retail facilities, a 107,500-seat stadium for motor sports, an entertainment complex, parking space and related facilities, and the installation of safety systems and elevators.
Friedmutter Group has been appointed as architect.
In October 2016, project is awaiting the outcome of a public consultation to determine whether it becomes a reality.
In November 2016, the project was rejected by the local residents.
Public consultations are underway and the project is facing delay due to opposition from local residents as casino is not yet legalized in Jersey City.
The project involves the construction of a 90-story mixed-use tower near the Liberty National Golf Course at 100 Caven Point Road in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, the US.
The US$3,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of residential units
2. Construction of a 1,500-room hotel
3. Construction of a casino with 6,000 slots and 500 tables
4. Construction of a spa
4. Construction of retail facilities
5. Construction of a 107,500-seat stadium
6. Construction of parking space
7. Construction of related facilities
8. Installation of safety systems and elevators
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