Harrison Urby’s Coperaco Coffee Shop Has a Tree House

via JerseyDigs.com - The Kearny-based Coperaco Coffee has set up shop on the first floor of Harrison Urby, and developer Ironstate built a two-story tree house inside, as first seen in Dwell. The Dutch firm Concrete designed the space, which has a couch and a fireplace downstairs. A library, table, and another couch and some comfy chairs… Continue reading Harrison Urby’s Coperaco Coffee Shop Has a Tree House

European-like living at Harrison Urby

via Harrison Observer -  Situated two blocks from the Harrison PATH station, Harrison Urby is just a 20-minute train ride from Lower Manhattan. It’s is the third Urby development to be completed in the New York City metropolitan area, following Staten Island Urby and Jersey City Urby. “We are thrilled to open a third Urby… Continue reading European-like living at Harrison Urby

Harrison Station delivers luxury residences to burgeoning Harrison marketplace

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… Continue reading Harrison Station delivers luxury residences to burgeoning Harrison marketplace

Harrison Building BOOM!

Rose Duger at NJ.com reports on the state of development in Harrison and Kearny. For newlyweds Noorin Hamid and Zain Naqvi, convenience was key when choosing their first apartment. Married in January, the Monmouth County couple moved a month later to Water's Edge, a new 141-unit apartment complex in Harrison. The combination of new construction… Continue reading Harrison Building BOOM!

Jersey Sure! No longer is Newark’s shadow, Harrison embraces big-time development

Via Adam Bonislawski/New York Post According to Mayor James Fife, Harrison, NJ, once held the state record for the most liquor licenses issued in a square mile. Today Harrison seems to be gunning for the title in a new category — building permits. There’s a construction boom underway in this town, tucked into a bend… Continue reading Jersey Sure! No longer is Newark’s shadow, Harrison embraces big-time development

Meridian Capital Sets Up $50M Financing For Harrison Station

By ANTOINETTE MARTIN at GlobeSt.com HARRISON, NJ–Meridian Capital Group has negotiated $49,950,000 in permanent financing for the first multifamily rental building to open last year at the huge Harrison Station development here, GlobeSt.com has learned. The pioneer building was a joint venture by Ironstate Development and the Pegasus Group. The 10-year Freddie Mac loan carrying an interest rate of… Continue reading Meridian Capital Sets Up $50M Financing For Harrison Station

Harrison Leaders Form Community Development Association

    By Kelly Stratton, Contributing Writer NEW JERSEY—Residential and commercial real estate developers in Harrison have joined forces to create the Harrison Community Development Association, a coalition whose mission is to work cooperatively with town officials and the local community to promote and drive the transformation of the city into a dynamic mixed-use, transit-oriented… Continue reading Harrison Leaders Form Community Development Association

First Group of Harrison Station Rentals Are Fully Leased

Via GlobeSt.com/ANTOINETTE MARTIN HARRISON, NJ-All 275 units are now leased and occupied at the first Harrison Station complex, Greg Russo, a principal of Ironstate Development, tells GlobeSt.com. Debuting last September as the first rental project in a planned mixed-use community on 245 acres around a PATH Station, the building leased quickly from the start. “We were able to stop… Continue reading First Group of Harrison Station Rentals Are Fully Leased

Harrison Station Developers Band Together As Port Authority Fund Platform Rehab

  By Antoinette Martin April 6, 2012   HARRISON, NJ-When the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced this week it would move ahead with replacing the antiquated platform at the Harrison train station, six major developers at work in the surrounding community cheered with coordinated gusto. Very coordinated. Possessing all the polished… Continue reading Harrison Station Developers Band Together As Port Authority Fund Platform Rehab

Pathway to the future on a $256M fast track

By Steve Strunsky/Star Ledger Staff   Direct access to Manhattan, Jersey City and Hoboken by PATH train has been a cornerstone of Harrison’s plan to transform itself from an industrial center into a commuter hub. Hundreds of condominiums and rental units are already built, under construction or planned for the area surrounding the local PATH… Continue reading Pathway to the future on a $256M fast track