Final 218-Unit Phase of Hartz Mountain’s Estuary Rises in Weehawken

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The final phase of Estuary will include 218 residential units. Rendering by MHS Architecture.

The waterfront stretch of Weehawken will be gaining some new neighbors as the last portion of a multi-building complex is rising in Lincoln Harbor.

Earlier this year, construction quietly began on what is known as Building D of Hartz Mountain’s Estuary project. The first portions have been open at 1600 Harbor Boulevard for several years and the final section is currently rising on a former parking lot just south of the existing buildings.

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Construction progress. Photo by Chris Fry/Jersey Digs.

K.L. Masters Construction is the general contractor on the project, which is sandwiched between Weehawken’s Whole Foods and the Harbor 1500 development. About three floors have risen so far at Building D, which will sport a tiered design and rise seven stories at the highest point.

Drawn up by Hoboken-based MHS Architecture, the final phase of Estuary will include 218 residential units. The layout of the project will allow for a sizable roof deck on the second floor that includes an outdoor pool and will take advantage of the area’s unobstructed Manhattan views.

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Photo by Chris Fry/Jersey Digs.

Other amenities at the final phase of Estuary include a co-working space, gym, game room, and lounge. The sixth floor of the property is also set to feature an 1,3476 square foot amenity deck.

A retail storefront spanning 2,158 square feet is included in Estuary’s final phase, as are 223 parking spaces for residents. An additional 168 garage spaces will be set aside for the development’s retail component.

The final phase of Estuary joins two other projects under construction along the Weehawken waterfront. Hartz Mountain is also overseeing the buildout of a 259-unit mixed-use complex near the Hoboken border and Rockpoint Development is building the 298-unit Park Apartments just north of Lincoln Harbor.

Another undeveloped parcel at 1800 Avenue at Port Imperial is under new ownership after falling into foreclosure and has an approved plan in place to bring 282-unit mixed-use community to the site.


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