One Harrison aka One Harrison Avenue, is the newest residential complex to open in Harrison, New Jersey. This is a waterfront, 257-unit rental property complete with 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities. A collection of one- and two-bedroom residences start at $1700 per month with occupancy immediately available. BNE Real Estate Group and HornRock Properties are the two developers. The site is located at by the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Dey Street, and sits directly next to the Passaic River.
Apartments feature nine-foot ceiling heights, oversized rooms, custom modular closets, in-home washers and dryers, complimentary window treatments, balconies and patios in select homes, kitchens with white stone countertops, stainless steel appliances, gas ranges, wine racks, abundant cabinetry, and customized storage.
Amenities for the building include a 24-hour concierge, five lounge spaces, a two-level fitness studio with yoga and spin room, a vintage-inspired library with private meeting rooms, a multi-level pool deck overlooking the waterfront with a bar lounge and barbecue grills, a firepit, an open lawn area, and a bocce ball court. The pet-friendly site also features a dog spa, a lobby lounge with a fireplace, a coffee lounge with private dining, a residential clubroom featuring a communal bar and screening area, a retro game lounge, a children’s playroom, Amazon package lockers, bicycle storage, and covered garage parking. Exclusive shuttle service to the new Harrison PATH station is also available for all residents.
“This has been one of the most anticipated openings to date. We’ve never seen a waitlist quite so long,” said Jonathan Schwartz, partner at BNE Real Estate Group. “Now that our leasing office is officially open, we’re thrilled to see renters responding so quickly to our distinctive building design and location, as well as the dynamic lifestyle offered by Harrison as a whole.”
One Harrison is located in a booming neighborhood and close to a number of retail, dining, and entertainment options like Dinosaur Bar-be-que, Chateau of Spain, Market Street Bar & Grill, Joia Restaurant, and the Red Bull Stadium. The World Trade Center, downtown Jersey City, Newport, Hoboken, and Midtown are easily accessible from the Harrison PATH station. NJ Transit trains and buses can be accessed by taking the PATH one stop to Newark Penn Station.
Future occupants are expected to move in at the end of the month.