Phase Three of Provost Square Set to Rise This Fall
The third component of a prominent multi-tower development will soon start to rise in the Powerhouse Arts District in Jersey City, New Jersey, after months of delay due to COVID-19, Jersey Digs reports. Designed by SLCE Architects, phase three of Provost Square will restore the façade on the existing A&P Annex Building and repurpose it as a lobby for a new, 550-seat performing arts center. The remainder of the phase, which will be marketed as 151 Bay Street at Provost Square, consists of a 33-story tower that shares a retail base with the project’s first portion. The new high rise calls for 259 residences, 6,289 ft2 of retail and a parking garage with 218 spaces. Toll Brothers expects 151 Bay Street at Provost Square to take about 36 months to complete. The fourth phase of the project is set to begin shortly after the completion of phase three. When the full buildout of the final phase is complete, Provost Square will consist of 950 total residential units, more than 40,000 ft2 of retail space and a 26,000-ft2 pedestrian plaza.