HACKENSACK, N.J. — A builder has received city approval to build a 24-unit, mixed-use property at 76 Main Street in Hackensack, where a three-story residential building and restaurant burned down last year.
The project, part of Hackensack’s Main Street redevelopment plan, will be developed by Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group.
“This new development will be a cornerstone of the Main Street redevelopment plan and attract new residents and retail tenants to the area,” said Eric Anderson, CEO of Alexander Anderson, based in Hackensack and Jersey City.
The planned, six-story building, which is close to the Bergen County Justice Center, will feature 4,207 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and first level.
Six one-bedroom apartments, ranging from 621 to 801 square feet, will be located on the second through fifth floors. Each will contain a washer/dryer unit.
The sixth floor will be a lounge area with a bar and rooftop deck for tenant use.
The vision, Anderson said, is to turn the area into a state-of-the-art lifestyle and commerce destination reminiscent of its popularity during the 1930s and 1940s.
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