Located at 777 South 3rd Street in Harrison, New Jersey, the second phase of development at Harrison URBY has opened its doors. The site’s first building opened in this location back in 2017, and was quickly occupied. The interiors and exteriors are designed by Dutch firm Concrete Architects, with Phase II resulting in a total of 270 new residential apartments.
Today YIMBY has the latest on RXR’s imminent opening of Atlantic Station in Downtown Stamford, Connecticut, but that isn’t the only news out of the city. Yesterday was the groundbreaking event for yet another new rental, by Urban Ready Living ( i.e. URBY), which will be building its fourth iteration, following others in Staten Island, Jersey City, and Harrison, NJ. The development occupies a 4.3-acre lot, and is being built by Ironstate Development Co., in a joint venture partnership with Brookfield Property Group. Stamford Mayor David Martin also participated in the event, and expressed joy for finally filling the space he referred to as the infamous “hole in the ground.”
The Liberty Science Center is moving forward with plans to develop an eight-story, 400,000-square-foot mixed-use academic complex on the 16-acre site at 222 Jersey City Boulevard, in Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor section. Dubbed SciTech Scity, it will include the Liberty Science K-12 school, which will likely consist of charter, vocational, and/or private schools, Jersey Digs reported. There will also be roughly 160,000 square feet of research and collaborative office space, called Edge Works.
The first renderings are up for Ironstate’s Urban Ready Living development in Staten Island, which will be located in the borough’s Stapleton neighborhood — just to the south of St. George — on the site…