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Collection of 91 Rental Residences Will Offer Lifestyle Amenities  and Proximity to Newark Penn Station.

325 Ferry Street, a brand new collection of 91 luxury rental residences in Newark’s bustling North Ironbound neighborhood, will debut to the public in mid-March, the community’s developer announced today.

As the latest example of Newark’s revitalization, 325 Ferry Street will provide its residents with upscale amenities, plush living spaces, a high-tech/energy-efficient lifestyle experience, and a private daily shuttle to and from both Newark Penn Station and the Harrison PATH Station, in a thriving neighborhood with a Walk Score of 94, more than 170 restaurants and 570 businesses. It will include street-level retail that will be occupied by a 5,000 square-foot sports bar, a Neapolitan Express Pizzeria, and a pet grooming salon.

Renters at 325 Ferry Street will choose from a variety of one- and two-bedroom layouts, offering up to 1,116 square feet of living space. Prices will start from $2,150.

325 Ferry Street Exterior 2 - Magazine Street

Visit 325Ferry.com for more information, or call 973-868-0095 to arrange a private showing.

“325 Ferry Street will offer finely-crafted living spaces in one of the most exciting, unique neighborhoods in New Jersey, and that is something we are really looking forward to,” said T. Gary Gutjahr, who is developing the property along with his partner J. Gordon Gutjahr. “We are proud to offer our future residents an exceptional lifestyle with access to shops, restaurants, nightlife and mass-transit.”

Influenced by the many different ethnic groups who inhabited the neighborhood throughout the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, North Ironbound is a prosperous, close-knit urban neighborhood teeming with culture. It is popular for its Portuguese bakeries, Brazilian steakhouses, upscale seafood restaurants and street festivals. Ferry Street is the neighborhood’s main artery, home to hundreds of unique businesses that contribute to the local flavor.

325 Ferry Street will put residents in the heart of it all, just a short, five-minute private shuttle ride from both Newark Penn Station and the Harrison PATH station, where commuters are whisked to the World Trade Center in about 20 minutes, and to 33rd Street in about 32 minutes via transfer.

Six distinct apartment designs will be available at 325 Ferry Street, ranging in size from 809 to 1,116 square feet of living space.

Three one-bedroom, one-bath home designs will offer open floorplan living and master bedrooms with huge walk-in closets. Most will also include private outdoor balconies. Select floorplans will include a den. Monthly rental rates for the one-bedroom residences will start from $2,150.

Three two-bedroom, two-bath home designs will be available, offering a central open floorplan and large walk-in closets in both bedrooms. Many of the homes will include two outdoor balconies. Monthly rental rates for the two-bedroom residences will start from $2,303.

The luxury apartments at 325 Ferry Street will be ultra energy efficient, and select residences will feature New York City skyline views.

The apartments will be serviced by GIGXERO™ unlimited gigabit internet, an ultra-fast connection designed to offer users reliability, flexibility, security, and unmatched internet speeds up to 20 times faster than a standard 50-megabytes-per-second connection. Residents who choose to use the service will be able to use multiple devices, stream television or videos, work from home, play games and enjoy an overall superior internet experience through the provider’s pure state-of-the-art data network.

Found through out the homes at 325 Ferry Street will be elevated nine-foot ceilings, expansive windows with opaque shades in living areas and room darkening shades in bedrooms, fully-insulated double walls and solid core doors for sound suppression, designer vinyl plank flooring, and ceramic tile in kitchen and baths. Chef-inspired gourmet kitchens will include quartz countertops, oversized peninsulas that seat four, undercabinet task lighting, GE stainless steel appliances, and a separate dinette area in most units.

A full washer and gas dryer, high-efficiency air conditioning and gas heating furnace, and bedroom walk-in closets with shelf and rods will be included in every residence.

“For more than 20 years, we have built custom, luxury homes in some of the most desirable locations in northern New Jersey, and now we are applying the same custom approach and meticulous attention to detail to the development of 325 Ferry Street,” J. Gordon Gutjahr said. “We look forward to providing our residents with an exceptional lifestyle experience and to launching a mixed-use building that contributes to the overall vitality of the neighborhood.”

In addition to the private VIP shuttle service, residents will enjoy a full complement of amenities designed to enhance their lifestyle. Amenities will include a custom fitness studio with cardio and weightlifting equipment, a relaxing lounge with flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, coffee bar, and fireplace, and a beautiful outdoor patio with seating and picnic area, fire pit and games.

Secure, covered parking and surface parking will be available, as well as electric car charging ports. Packages will be delivered to a generously-sized parcel/package room, with refrigerated parcel lockers. Climate-controlled storage units will be available, digital security cameras will provide surveillance, and an on-site building manager will be available to tend to the needs of residents. A smart and secure phone and residence app will manage the entrance system. 325 Ferry Street will be a pet-friendly community.

325 Ferry Street was designed with a walkable lifestyle and the day-to-day convenience of residents in mind. A full-service grocery store and new CVS will be located just steps from residents’ front door. Other nearby destinations include the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and the Prudential Center, home to a number of sporting events and concerts held throughout the year.

Residents of 325 Ferry Street will be well-connected to the city, the region, and the world, able to access the PATH system, NJ TRANSIT rail service, the Newark Light Rail, Newark Liberty International Airport, and several major highways all in a matter of minutes. Hoboken, downtown Jersey City and Harrison are just a few of the nearby destinations on this side of the Hudson River residents will be able to reach, often in under 30 minutes.

The developers of 325 Ferry Street have selected Coldwell Banker New Homes to be the community’s exclusive marketing and leasing agent. To be among the first to tour the community, visit 325Ferry.com or call 973-868-0095.



Experience Hendrix at NJPAC


When: Friday, Mar 29 , 2019 

Where: NJPAC – 1 Center Street – Newark, New Jersey 07102

Celebrate the music and legacy of guitar great Jimi Hendrix as the Experience Hendrix tour heads out on the road.

Participating artists will perform all their favorite signature songs by Hendrix, including “Little Wing,” “Fire,” “Purple Haze” and “Voodoo Child (Slight Return).”

The Experience Hendrix Tour evokes the era when artists treated each performance as a unique interaction with the audience. Hendrix called this his “Electric Church.” The tour fully embraces this approach, presenting multiple opportunities for performers and the audience to witness unique collaborations.

Now in its second decade, the tour celebrates Hendrix’s musical genius by bringing together a diverse array of extraordinary musicians. Next month, the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Electric Ladyland album (1968) will be reissued as a deluxe set in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

The Annie Mash Duo Comes To Harrison


When: Saturday March 2nd at 8 PM – 11 PM

Where: Ah’ Pizz – Harrison – 615 Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. S., Harrison, New Jersey 07029

The Annie Mash Duo comes to Harrison this weekend for a special performance.

Come with your friends or the whole family for some live entertainment fun and good Italian food.



Free Lunchtime Concert at Gateway 2 with the Allison Miller Quartet


When: Wed, March 6, 2019 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM 

Where: Gateway Center Plaza 2 – 283-299 Market Street, Newark, NJ 07102

Allison Miller Quartet

Allison Miller – Drums
Dayna Stephens – Tenor
Carmen Staaf – Piano
Nick Dunston – Bass

Allison Miller has held down the pulse for respected artists across multiple genres, including the indie-folk dynamo Ani DiFranco and the soul-jazz legend Dr. Lonnie Smith.

Recently, she has been on tour with Artemis, who were featured on Jazz Night in America.

The drummer, composer and band leader will bring her quartet to WBGO’s monthly free concert series in March. Her group Boom Tic Boom, which recently released their album Glitter Wolf, was featured on The Checkout in 2016 and earlier this year on Jazz Night in America.

Arts Integration Professional Development Workshop At NJPAC


When: Thu, March 14, 2019 – 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Where: 24 Rector Street – NJPAC Center for Arts Education, Newark, NJ 07102

This workshop explores the connections and commonalities between visual arts, music and dance through the lens of the famed Bauhaus painter Paul Klee.

A talented violinist himself, Klee’s paintings are filled with allusions to dreams, music, dance, and poetry. We’ll discover the musical and kinesthetic elements in Klee’s works, and then play around with some techniques to transform these elements into sound and movement. Extending sonic possibilities by building instruments from simple materials, we’ll compose and perform music inspired by specific paintings, then transfer those concepts to dance by creating and performing choreographies based on Klee’s works.

Course includes a Professional Development Certificate 
(6 credit hours), printed materials, catered breakfast and lunch.

Join The Newark Museum’s Artist-in-Residence, Matthew Brandt In Hands-on Workshop


When: Sat, March 9, 2019 – 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Where: Newark Museum – 49 Washington Street Newark, NJ 07102

Join the Newark Museum’s Luce Artist-in-Residence, Matthew Brandt, in a hands-on workshop that encourages experimentation and play with glass, minerals, and light to make a unique series of photograms. Brandt’s work explores materials to make photographic pictures that address the concept of the lens itself. As an alternative investigation into lens-based photography, Brandt worked with glass and sediments as a photographic subject in creating works for the Museum’s exhibition, Matthew Brandt:Rocks and Eagles.

During a four-hour, one-day workshop, participants will tour the exhibition with the artist and then create one-of-a-kind photograms using glass and minerals to alter, bend, and resist light. Each participant will produce a series of 8 in. x 10 in. photograms.

Comedy Night At Coperaco Café


When: Fri, February 15, 2019 – 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Where: Coperaco Café – 777 South 3rd Street – Harrison, NJ 07029

Let’s be honest, we’re ALL in need of a good laugh these days amiright? What better way to shed a few funny tears than with a live comedy show.
Harrison’s Coperaco Cafe is hosting one and here’s what they want you to know:
For better seating arrive early around 7pm (Seating are limited. May have to stand if tables are full)
Preshow of the musical performance (local Jersey Talents) start around 7:30pm
The show should run from 8pm-10pm, 10:30pm latest (estimation) (local comedians are from NYC and Northern Jersey).