Update: Site Visit for the RFP within the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area:

Please be advised the Site Visit for the RFP for the HCCC JSQ properties has been rescheduled for Friday 2/21/2020 at 1pm. The Site Visit will start at the Hudson County Community College Student Center and Bookstore at 168 Sip Ave and then proceed to the other site at 70 Sip Avenue. Please continue to check the JCRA website periodically for additional updates.

Site Visit for the RFP within the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area:

Please be advised the site visit scheduled for Friday, February 7, 2020 at 11 am has been cancelled.
Kindly check our website for future updates.

Request for Expressions of Interest in the Development of Mixed-Use Project and Firehouse in the Jackson Hill Redevelopment Area

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is seeking market interest in a Jackson Hill Redevelopment Area Redevelopment Opportunity

Opportunities

 

Request for Proposals for the Development within the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is seeking proposals from qualified developers for the acquisition and development of two lots with the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Area.

Prospective developers can obtain the RFP using the following link:

Opportunities

 

Updated: Q & A For The Sustainability Specialist Consulting Services For Bayfront

BAYFRONT I SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT RFP

 QUESTIONS AND RESPONSES

January 3, 2020

Section 1 – Objective

  • Question: This Section identifies that a “Master Plan consultant” is already in place and the chosen Sustainability Consultant will work closely with this team. In developing sustainability metrics, additional experts in specific fields would be advantageous, such as a mobility / transportation consultant, a civil engineer, landscape architect, and resiliency consultant. Does the JCRA already have these specialists engaged or plan on engaging separately with any of these disciplines? Can the Sustainability Consultant include sub-consultants to cover any of these disciplines to enhance the sustainability Master Plan for Bayfront as optional services?

Answer: The JCRA has already retained such additional specialists to help develop these additional metrics.

  • Question: Who is the Master Plan consultant referred to in this Section?

Answer: Perkins Eastman (“Perkins”) is the Master Plan consultant.

  • Question: What is the scope of the Master Plan consultant’s work?

Answer: The primary scope of Perkins’ work is to update the 2008 Redevelopment Plan to reflect Jersey City’s goals and vision for the Bayfront I Redevelopment Area.

  • Question: Has any of the Master Plan consultant’s work already begun and if so, to what extent?

Answer: Thus far, Perkins has updated the conceptual master plan for the overall site, worked with the JCRA to help prepare the RFP for developers on Phase I (four blocks, first 1,100 units), and has provided ongoing planning input on engineering designs as such designs have been finalized for the Phase I infrastructure.

Section 2 – Site Background

  • Question: For Phase I, will the site be redeveloped by a single redeveloper? Or will redevelopment be broken out into parcels to be redeveloped by multiple redevelopers?

Answer: This has not yet been determined.  The JCRA is still in the process of selecting a redeveloper for Phase I (there are four development parcels with up to 1,100 residential units).

  • Question: This Section states that the JCRA is currently in the process of securing a redeveloper for Phase I to address matters including redevelopment in accordance with the Redevelopment Plan. Will the Sustainability Consultant be interacting with the secured redeveloper, and if so to what extent?

Answer: There is likely to be some interaction and coordination between the Sustainability Consultant and the selected redeveloper, but the extent cannot be determined at this time.

 

  • Question: When is the first building construction scheduled to start? Is there a schedule in place for the full redevelopment of the entire Bayfront I Redevelopment Area?

Answer: The timing of the vertical construction will not be determined until a redeveloper is selected.

  • Question: Can the JCRA provide more information with respect to the development program beyond Phase I, such as number of buildings, building size, and building types?

Answer: The current Master Plan includes 26 development parcels.

Section 4 – Scope of Work

  • Question: Do the design standards developed by the Sustainability Consultant only need to focus on the specific requirements of Bayfront? Or will they be used for other projects?

Answer: The design standards only need to focus on the Bayfront I Redevelopment Area specifically. It is not required that they be generally applicable to other JCRA projects.

  • Question: What is the anticipated schedule for the proposed scope of work?

Answer: The anticipated schedule to complete the proposed scope of work is 6 months.

  • Question: The RFP mentions working on pilot projects as part of the implementation plan. Should the pilot projects have their own specified allowance?

Answer: Applicants are not required to assign a separate allowance for the referenced pilot projects.

Section 8 – Format of Proposals

  • Question: Do subcontractors also have to complete the “Required Documents & Forms” subsection?

Answer: Yes, subcontractors must also complete the “Required Documents & Forms” subsection.

General Questions

  • Question: Does the JCRA have an allocated budget for the services that can be shared at this time?

Answer: The budget has not yet been determined.

  • Question: Is Placemaking a planning priority? If so, as it pertains to the work of the Sustainability Consultant, to what extent?

Answer: Given the scale of the Bayfront I Redevelopment Area, Placemaking is a planning priority to help create intimate neighborhoods and experiences throughout the 100 acres of planned development. The Sustainability Consultant’s role will include providing some overarching design and planning guidelines from which individual components of the master plan can draw.

 

2020’s Board of Commissioners Annual Meeting Schedule

PUBLIC NOTICE
2020 SCHEDULE OF REGULAR MEETINGS
JERSEY CITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Tuesday, January 21st

Tuesday, February 18th

Tuesday, March 17th

Tuesday, April 21st

Tuesday, May 19th

Tuesday, June 16th

Tuesday, July 21st

Tuesday, August 18th

Tuesday, September 15th

Tuesday, October 20th

Tuesday, November 10th

Tuesday, December 15th

ALL MEETINGS ARE HELD AT 180 NINTH STREET, ROOM 120 AT 6:00 P.M. EXCEPT FOR DECEMBER WHICH BEGINS AT 5:00 PM