Located in Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District, 150 Bay Street is a true mix of historic and modern architectural details. Built in 1908 by architect Howard Chapman, originally the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company building (A&P Building), 150 Bay Street is a landmark listed under the Federal Register of Historic Places.

Now, a multipurpose building with private offices, art studio workspaces, retail storefronts, and residential lofts, the building serves as cultural anchor to a vibrant community of artists, entrepreneurs, and college students. In 2020, Nyack College students moved into their custom-built residential lofts fully equipped with spacious kitchens, modern appliances, lounge areas and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Amenities Include:

  • Landmark building
  • Historical details
  • 14′ high ceilings
  • Granite counter tops>
  • Oversized windows
  • Concrete floors
  • 24 hour fitness center
  • 24 hour concierge services
  • 10,000 sqft rooftop deck
  • Stainless steel appliances in fully equipped kitchens
  • Dedicated lobbies for Nyack College, office space and art studios, and residential lofts
  • Live in Super


Location: Bay Street between Provost Street and Marin Blvd

Year Built: 1908

Building Size: 389,000 SF

One below-grade, crawl space
1st floor: Designated entrances, lobbies, retail storefronts
2nd floor: Art studio workspaces
3rd floor: Office spaces
4th floor: Nyack College residential lofts
5th floor: Nyack College residential lofts
6th floor: Nyack College residential lofts
7th floor: Residential lofts
8th floor: Residential lofts
9th floor: Residential lofts
10th: Penthouses
Roof: Patio



2005: Residential conversion

2009: Ground floor retail conversion

2019-2020: Second floor art studio workspaces and dedicated gallery hall conversion

2020-2021: Third floor private office spaces and common areas conversion


The neighborhood: Powerhouse Arts District, Jersey City

Powerhouse Arts District (PAD) is an artisan and business enclave. Its cobblestone streets are lined with industrial buildings, coffee shops, communal outdoor spaces, seasonal farmers markets, and art galleries.

Named 2021’s most diverse city in the nation, Jersey City has a small-town feel in a big city. The lively and ever-evolving landscape welcomes individuals and businesses who value great restaurants, bars, shops and community ties.