Developers were joined by Harrison Mayor James A. Fife to celebrate the opening of 381 new rentals and amenity spaces at Harrison Urby in New Jersey. The residential complex, which first opened in 2017, now includes 1,060 apartments and a lush offering of social spaces designed to engage a new community in the heart of the city.
Harrison Urby at is the latest property to debut under the Urby brand, a joint venture between Ironstate Development principal David Barry and Brookfield Properties. The complex is designed by Concrete, a Dutch design studio best known in the New York region for citizenM Bowery and Times Square hotels and Jersey City Urby.
“We’re excited to expand this transformative residential concept in Harrison at a time when demand for smartly-designed apartments and vibrant social spaces in urban locations near mass transit is on the rise,” said David Barry, founder and CEO of Urby. “This new building introduces the next level of the Urby experience.”
Leasing is underway for the new residences, with monthly rents starting from $2,125 for a studio. One-bedroom layouts start from $2,180, two-bedroom apartments start from $2,995, and large three-bedroom floorplans are priced from $3,575.
The new amenity collection includes a Viennese bistro named Charley, a communal library lounge, coworking spaces, and a full-size indoor basketball court. Earlier phases included a fitness center, an outdoor pool, landscaped open spaces with fire pits and ample seating, outdoor grills, and Urby Kitchen which offers a rentable chef’s kitchen for private events.
Belgian landscape architecture firm, Bureau Bas Smets oversaw design of landscaped green spaces, lawns, and walkways at Harrison Urby.
“On behalf of council, I am proud to welcome this new building at Harrison Urby to the community,” Mayor Fife said. “Urby, Ironstate Development, Pegasus Group, and Brookfield Properties have been prolific developers in Harrison and a major catalyst for the redevelopment of the waterfront. Their investment has delivered PILOT revenue, brought in new residents, and contributed to the renaissance of our town, which began in the 1990s.”