Here's a list of the major development projects coming to North Jersey towns

Mixed-use construction is booming across North Jersey. Dozens of projects with residential and retail components are set to be built in the coming years. Here's a look at some of them:

Bogota

The 421-unit River Club development near the Hackensack River will consist of four four-story apartment buildings and a fifth five-story apartment building with space for retail on the ground floor.

Emerson

The four-story Emerson Station development will bring 147 apartments to Kinderkamack Road, including 22 on-site affordable units, as well as nearly 15,000 square feet of retail space.

Fort Lee

The five-story, 96-unit Metro development at Fletcher Avenue and Main Street will sit atop a two-level parking garage on land formerly owned by the Metropolitan Plant & Flower Exchange and include 2,778 square feet of retail.

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Hackensack

The former home of The Record newspaper at 150 River St. will be replaced with the city's first luxury, mixed-used riverfront community, offering 654 housing units, 18,000 square feet of retail space and 1,007 parking spaces.

The 430 Main St. development will offer 40 one-bedroom units and 1,276 square feet of retail space.

The development at 389 Main St. will have 82 apartments and 3,500 square feet of retail space.

The development at 50 Main St. and 18-20 Bridge St. will include a two-story building and a five-story building with 40 apartments and about 8,000 square feet of retail and commercial space.

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The 76 Main St. project includes a six-story mixed-use residential-over-retail development with 24 residential units.

An existing building at 149 Main St. will be converted into a five-story building with retail on the ground floor and 72 residential units on the remaining four floors.

A 382-unit high-rise is planned for 150-170 Main St. with more than 7,500 square feet of retail and outdoor seating and dining.

The Parking Lot “C” Midtown Bridge Approach project will include 377 residential units and 3,000 square feet of retail.

The first floor of the building at 161 Main St. will be converted from medical services to retail, with the remaining two floors repurposed for apartments.

Lyndhurst

Belmont Properties is constructing eight apartments and 2,100 square feet of commercial space below them on Stuyvesant Avenue.

Montclair

The $135 million Seymour redevelopment will feature a six-story building with 200 apartments, 28,000 square feet of retail space and 10,000 square feet of rental space for arts users along with a seven-story building with 40,000 square feet of office space. The project also includes 749 parking spaces, 315 of them in a new five-story municipal parking garage.

The Vestry, a five-story apartment building at 147 Bloomfield Avenue, will include 46 residential units and 1,634 square feet of ground floor retail space.

The Vestry, a five-story apartment building at 147 Bloomfield Ave., will include 46 residential units and 1,634 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

The 7.6-acre Lackawanna Station development is split into two parcels; one will hold 111,726 square feet of office and retail space and another will be home to 154 apartments.

Mahwah

The 140-acre Crossroads property on Route 17 is home to the Sheraton Mahwah Hotel and will eventually hold 600 multifamily apartments, 200 senior housing units and 300,000 square feet of retail space, including a service center and big box retailer.

Montvale

The Mercedes building In Montvale. A mixed use building will replace the luxury car headquarters.

The 37-acre former headquarters of Mercedes-Benz USA will be converted to a walkable development with 350 units of housing, including 53 affordable units, along with retail space, office space and a hotel.

Park Ridge

Park Ridge Transit LLC plans to build a five-story development on 13 lots along Kinderkamack Road with 240 residential units, 17,000 square feet of retail space and more than 400 parking spaces.

Parsippany

The District at 1515 project will replace two office buildings on Route 10 with 441 housing units in five- and six-floor buildings and 100,000 square feet of ground-level retail spaces.

Pompton Lakes

The Towne Center building at 223 Wanaque Ave. will be replaced with a five-story building holding 20 apartments and 3,000 square feet of ground retail space.

Ridgefield Park

The SkyMark development, also known as “Eagle’s Nest,” has been in the works for two decades and will include some 1,500 residential units, 350,000 square feet of retail space and a 300-room hotel.

Ridgewood

The two-building Enclave project on the old Sealfons site will encompass several properties on East Ridgewood and Maple avenues and offer commercial units alongside a housing development with 39 market-rate and eight independent-living units geared toward seniors, veterans and adults with disabilities.

The former site of Ken Smith Motors on Franklin Street will house a five-story development with 66 residential units, 5,500 square feet of retail and 150 parking spaces.

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Rochelle Park

The 7.5-acre Village Center development on West Passaic Street near Garden State Plaza will replace a former AT&T Data Center with a 100,000-square-foot, 823-unit CubeSmart storage facility, up to 160 apartments and up to 8,000 square feet of retail and dining.

Rutherford

An artist rendering for Parker building on Park Avenue.

The Parker building on Park Avenue will contain 52 residential units and 4,974 square feet of retail.

Wayne

Galreh LLC intends to build a 232-unit luxury apartment building on Route 23 south, a 262-seat restaurant and a building with 12,835 square feet of retail.

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