The Maxwell Place development consists of a large, luxury residential waterfront development. Numerous industrial structures once occupied the project site, which was partially reclaimed from the Hudson River. The 12-story residential buildings, with a combined footprint area of about 170,000 SF, were constructed in three phases, along with associated below- and above-grade parking structures. The adaptation of the foundation systems to the highly variable subsurface conditions created substantial cost and schedule savings for the development/construction team. The project also included the first ever deep dynamic compaction improvement in the history of Hoboken.