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The journey of the River Club is one of patience, persistence and flexible design

BOGOTA, NJ — From underutilized parcel to a new community – the journey of the River Club, now under construction in Bogota, NJ, is one of patience, persistence and flexible design. The mixed-use complex at West Fort Lee Rd. and the Hackensack River will include 421 luxury apartments, from studios through 3 bedrooms, including 42 affordable units, adding much-needed density to the region. Designed by master planner and architect of record CI Design, Baltimore, the gated development will consist of four, four- and five-story residential buildings, with 8,000 s/f of ground floor retail, a dog park, and a 2,000-foot public walkway along the river that will link downtown Bogota to downtown Hackensack. A community clubhouse will feature an indoor/outdoor fireplace, yoga studio, media room and luxury pool terrace including an infinity-edge pool. “We have 13 acres to spread out in, on a very scenic site on the Hacksensack River,” notes Jonathan Stein, founder of PCD Development, who acquired the project from the original developer in 2018. “The site rings all the bells for a multifamily development. It has great views. It’s a transit-oriented development, and is just a few minutes to major roads.”

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