More industrial lots across the river from Newark are being replaced with apartment buildings. Now, 91 new units could come to Harrison.
A corporation with the same trading name as a prominent Harrison restaurant has applied to transfer a liquor license to space inside the soon-to-open Downtown Newark building.
Downtown Harrison’s luxurious St. George boasts on-site amenities, parking, and proximity to the Harrison PATH station for a quick commute.
Harrison Mayor James A. Fife cut the ribbon celebrating the opening of a new 381-unit rental tower at Urby.
Steel Works brings inventive amenities and industrial apartments for rent to Harrison’s up-and-coming Riverbend District.
The luxury rental building brings modern design, technology, and amenities to the Riverbend District just minutes from Manhattan.
New details have been released about the second phase of a development near Harrison’s PATH station.
A massive 2.9 million square foot proposal could bring a hotel, over 500 units, retail space, movie theaters, a conference center, and more to Harrison.
An anonymous LLC is behind a proposal for two new five-story buildings across the river from Downtown Newark. The site previously contained a chemical plant.
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.