The next phase of development at Harrison Urby arrives this fall and will introduce 381 rental apartments and an expansion of existing amenities at the residential complex. The property is located at 200 Angelo Cifelli Drive in Harrison and is designed by Concrete, a Netherlands-based architecture group that is also responsible for Urby properties in Jersey City and Staten Island.
Ironstate Development Company and The Pegasus Group have launched the next phase of leasing at The Eddy, a rental community in Harrison, New Jersey. The community is located at 555 First Street near the Passaic River waterfront and was designed in collaboration by Front Studio Architects, Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners, and BG Studio.
Leasing is set to launch this May for Dey & Bergen, a new rental property in Harrison, New Jersey. Located at 1 Bergen Street along the Passaic River waterfront, the building offers a collection of 242 units.
There is now a green light for the $76.8 million mixed-use residential project to be built next to the Metro-North train station on Halstead Avenue in downtown Harrison, in Westchester County, and adjacent financial incentives. The Westchester County Industrial Development Agency unanimously approved $1,352,966 in sales tax exemptions for the transit-oriented development in late November. Avalon Bay Communities is bringing 143 rental units, seven affordable units, 27,000 square feet of commercial space, and 758 on-site parking spaces to the new three-building complex. That includes two landscaped plazas bridging the train station platform with Halstead Avenue, and a design that ties the new construction to the existing streetscape.
Paramus, N.J.-based Hornrock Properties is proposing a five-story, 260-unit residential building at 1 Harrison Avenue, located on the corner of Dey Street in Harrison, New Jersey, across the Passaic River from downtown Newark. The project will include 267 off-street parking spaces, probably in the form of a parking garage, Jersey Digs reported. The site is largely vacant except for a defunct gas station and a dilapidated two-story warehouse. The Harrison Town Planning Board must approve the project. NJ Transit’s Newark Broad Street station is five blocks away.