It’s Not Just Single-Family Demand Surging, COVID-Flight Drove Record Interest to These N.J. Communities
Most headlines about the COVID migration have focused on city-dwellers ditching apartments for single-family homes. However, there’s also been a surge in activity at lower-density, commuter-friendly communities.
Last month, Jersey Digs reported that nearly 900 residential units, a hotel, and more could be coming near the Harrison PATH stop. Now, with the Harrison Planning Board set to hear the latest plans this week, new details about the proposal have been released.
The Bridge Street Bridge connects Newark with Harrison and is often used by drivers traveling to and from Jersey City. Now, after more than 100 years serving Essex and Hudson Counties, the bridge could potentially be replaced.
New details have been released about the second phase of a development near Harrison’s PATH station.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
Downtown Harrison’s luxurious St. George boasts on-site amenities, parking, and proximity to the Harrison PATH station for a quick commute.
A recent New York Times story asked whether Harrison will become the "new Hoboken," highlighting the city's burgeoning development and easy Manhattan commute.
The Port Authority announced that improvements set for the system will increase capacity by 40% on the Newark-World Trade Center trains and add 20% capacity to other lines by 2022.
Developers HornRock Properties and BNE Real Estate Group were joined by Mayor James Fife at the ceremonial opening of their luxury rental project One Harrison.
The luxury rental building brings modern design, technology, and amenities to the Riverbend District just minutes from Manhattan.