Harrison Station delivers luxury residences to burgeoning Harrison marketplace

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The fully attended chic lobby/lounge of Harrison Station 330 features contemporary interior design with a cactus garden. The new building is part of the multiphase development by the Ironstate Development Co. and The Pegasus Group in Harrison, that already includes 275 rental residences, street-level retail space and a Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc. property.

via NJ.COM – Harrison, New Jersey’s transformation into a dynamic transit-oriented neighborhood, has taken another step forward with the launch of Harrison Station 330, a new collection of 329 modern rental apartments located next to the town’s PATH station.

Harrison Station 330 blends studio, one- and two-bedroom residences with a full suite of indoor and outdoor amenities and street-level retail space. Immediate occupancy is available.

The architecturally distinctive building is the third phase of a multiphase development Ironstate Development Co. and The Pegasus Group are executing adjacent to the Harrison PATH station that is spearheading the revitalization of the once-industrial town.

The project’s first two phases, which are completed and occupied, include 275 apartments, more than 20,000 square feet of street-level retail space and the 138-key Element Harrison hotel, part of the American hotel and leisure company Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc.

Once completed, the overall development will feature 2,250 residences and 80,000 square feet of retail space, in addition to the hotel.

harrison-station-330-one-bedroom-living-roomjpg-1f1ae75c93ecf4e0“Our company’s core business is rooted in revitalization; recognizing an area’s untapped potential and creating the necessary elements for a vibrant, urban-lifestyle experience,” said Michael Barry, president of Ironstate Holdings LLC. “In Harrison, that meant building a neighborhood around the existing PATH station with new apartments, socially interactive amenities, a lively streetscape of shops and dining and a boutique hotel with a restaurant and bar.

“We’re thrilled to introduce the latest offering of residences, which will continue to shape this new neighborhood while providing an exciting alternative to more expensive options in Jersey City and Hoboken,” Barry said.

Harrison Station 330 builds on the success of the earlier development phases while carving out its distinct identity.

The building’s aesthetic provides a nod to the area’s industrial past yet showcases contemporary architecture and interior design.

Monthly rents start from $1,725.  Three fully furnished model homes are open for viewing.

“Each home at Harrison Station 330 was designed to maximize resident comfort,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the community’s leasing and marketing agent. “High ceilings, oversized windows, designer finishes, washers/dryers and chef-inspired kitchens with top-of-the-line General Electric appliance packages are just a few of the details that make the living experience so exceptional.”

Also enhancing the living experience are imaginatively designed amenities, including a fully attended chic lobby/lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge with business bar, an additional lounge with Ping-Pong and a landscaped courtyard with a swimming pool, barbecues, a fire pit and an expansive lawn area.

A parking garage and surface parking lot also are available.

Residents will appreciate Harrison Station 330’s proximity to the Harrison PATH station, which provides convenient service to Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken and Manhattan. The New Jersey Turnpike and I-280 are easily accessible for motorists. Numerous shops, restaurants and attractions are a short walk away, including Cork Wine & Liquors, Pronto Marketplace & Deli, Dunkin’ Donuts, Five Guys, a dry cleaner and the Element hotel,  all located within the development.

For more information on Harrison Station 330, visit HarrisonSTN.com or call (973) 484-3300. The community’s onsite leasing center is located at 330 Angelo Cifelli Drive.

Harrison Station Grand Opens

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This modern community space at Harrison Station 330 incorporates industrial elements in its interior design.

via NorthJersey.com – Harrison’s transformation into a dynamic transit-oriented neighborhood has taken another step forward with the launch of Harrison Station 330, a new collection of 329 modern rental apartments located one block from the town’s PATH station.

Mayor James A. Fife and fellow state and local officials joined developers Ironstate Development Company and The Pegasus Group on Thursday, December 3, to celebrate the grand opening of Harrison Station 330, which features studios, one- and two-bedroom residences, as well as a full suite of indoor and outdoor amenities and 9,600 square feet of street-level retail space. Immediate occupancy is available.

The architecturally-distinctive building is the third phase of a multi-phase development Ironstate and The Pegasus Group are executing adjacent to the Harrison PATH station that is spearheading the revitalization of the once industrial town. The project’s first two phases, which are completed and occupied, include 275 apartments, more than 20,000 square feet of street-level retail space and a 138-key Element hotel from Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Once completed, the overall development will feature 2,250 residences and 80,000 square feet of retail space, in addition to the hotel.

“Our company’s core business is rooted in revitalization; recognizing an area’s untapped potential and creating the necessary elements for a vibrant, urban lifestyle experience,” said Michael Barry, president of Ironstate Holdings, LLC. “In Harrison, that meant building a neighborhood around the existing PATH station with new apartments, socially-interactive amenities, a lively streetscape of shops and dining, and a boutique hotel with a restaurant and bar. We’re thrilled to now introduce the latest offering of residences, which will continue to shape this new neighborhood while providing an exciting alternative to more expensive options in Jersey City and Hoboken.”

Harrison Station 330 builds on the success of the earlier development phases while carving out a distinct identity for itself. The building’s aesthetic provides a nod to the area’s industrial past yet showcases contemporary architecture and interior design.

Studios, one- and two-bedroom residences are currently offered at monthly rents starting from $1,555. Three fully-furnished model homes are open for public viewing.

“Each home at Harrison Station 330 was designed to maximize resident comfort,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the community’s exclusive leasing and marketing agent. “High ceilings, oversized windows, designer finishes, washer/dryers and chef-inspired kitchens with top-of-the-line GE appliance packages are just a few of the details that make the living experience so exceptional.”

Also enhancing the living experience are thoughtfully-designed amenities, including a fully-attended chic lobby/lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge with business bar, an additional lounge with ping pong and a landscaped courtyard with a swimming pool, barbecues, a fire pit and an expansive lawn area. A parking garage and surface parking lot are also available.

Residents will also appreciate Harrison Station 330’s proximity to the Harrison PATH station, which provides convenient service to Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken and Manhattan. Route 280 and the New Jersey Turnpike are both easily accessible for motorists. Numerous shops, restaurants and attractions are located within the development.

“Our goal has always been to create a vibrant mixed-use community in Harrison in the same vein as Hoboken and Jersey City that respects the local fabric,” added Richard Miller, a principal with The Pegasus Group. “The pedestrian-friendly design and easy access to mass-transit service has clearly appealed to professionals and those interested in the New Urbanism lifestyle.”

For further information on Harrison Station 330, visit www. HarrisonSTN.com or call 973-484-3300. The community’s on-site leasing center is located at 330 Angelo Cifelli Drive.

Harrison Inspires Newark Ironbound Sale

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in iconic Newark neighborhood 1 / 5 The five-acre property that includes the well-known Iberia Restaurant and two storage facilities, was placed on the open market earlier this month. (Dan Ivers/NJ Advance Media)

According to a recent report by Dan Ivers at NJ.com, the recent development boom in Harrison has spurred the owners of the Ironbound Iberia Restaurant to market their property for development.

Bidding has opened on a large piece of property in the Ironbound District that stakeholders say could forever change the course of Newark’s most iconic neighborhood.

The owners of the famed Iberia restaurant placed the 5.2-acre site on the open market earlier this month, and are courting developers who may see it as a prime parcel for a high-rise office or residential tower.

Frank Giantomasi, a real estate attorney with Chiesa, Shahinian & Giantomasi who is representing the owners in the potential sale, said the site – with frontage on major thoroughfares Market Street and Ferry Street – could be key in the city’s plans to attract new professionals seeking both easy access to Newark Penn Station and amenities including restaurants, shopping and nightlife.

“This could be the first development that truly creates a walking class of commuters,” he said.

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The Iberia property is currently home to both the restaurant and two storage facilities, but is mostly occupied by blacktop parking spaces, which city officials have often lamented as a deterrent to major development as they look to create a transit-oriented district similar to what has sprung up around the PATH station in Harrison.

“We’re slowly losing against towns like Harrison, Jersey City, Hoboken to develop the area around Penn Station, so we can create the conditions to attract new people,” East Ward Councilman Augusto Amador told the Star-Ledger last year.

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