Harrison’s town government wants to bring “100% affordable housing” to five properties on Harrison Avenue.
A new supermarket recently opened in Harrison, it's just one of several new developments in the rapidly changing Hudson County town.
The new rental building brings luxury and value to the market in a convenient downtown Harrison location.
Problems like traffic and flooding in the Riverbend District are raising concerns that infrastructure isn’t keeping pace.
36 units are proposed for a vacant auto lot at 730-738 Harrison Avenue.
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 company’s latest Harrison project will construct a five-story building in a growing neighborhood near the town’s PATH station.
Steel Works brings inventive amenities and industrial apartments for rent to Harrison’s up-and-coming Riverbend District.
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.
Harrison Mayor James A. Fife cut the ribbon celebrating the opening of a new 381-unit rental tower at Urby.