Seeking a greater connection to the world in which we live isn’t some kind of new age fad. It’s the reason why we’re here. And the brand new Harbor 1500 was designed with just that sort of connection in mind.
This luxurious collection of rental homes ranging from studios to two bedrooms takes full advantage of its location on the Weehawken waterfront, offering magnificent and fully unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, so you can let the sight of the water’s gentle motion soothe you.
Of course, a water view can only center you so much if you don’t have your feet firmly planted on the ground. At Harbor 1500, the residences provide that sense of place it takes to live your truth. The building’s exterior welcomes residents home with a contemporary glass-clad figure, while inside, each unit displays attention to detail and a real focus on the modern lifestyle that today’s renter demands.
These apartment homes have much to offer besides spectacular views, enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling windows. Look down for the details, elegant accouterments like 5” custom-stained hardwood floors hewn from French white oak, Italian grey herringbone bathroom tile, and a flooring system designed to limit and reduce sound.
Step into the kitchen and you’ll find breathtaking Hans Krug custom cabinets in alpine white, along with a suite of stainless steel appliances by GE. Central HVAC offers comfort with efficiency and select homes even have 16’ terraces.
Where Harbor 1500 really heats up is with its amenities, designed to emphasize social connections as well as that connection we most overlook: the connection to ourselves.
The Harbor Club on the 6th floor is where you’ll find the lion’s share of public spaces, including a fitness center with spin room and indoor/outdoor yoga studio, flexible event space, a children’s playroom, and the Cinema 1500 Screening Room.
Also on the 6th floor is a roof deck where you can splash down in the sky pool, relax in Spa 1500, or enjoy a cookout, complete with BBQ grills and picnic tables. There’s also The Greene, an open air space that’s exactly what it sounds like.
Also along the rooftop, one level down, are the Screening Lawn, perfect for summertime movies under the stars, along with another BBQ and dining area, plus the Harbor Bar and another green space, Sunset Lounge.
Harbor 1500’s location on the Weehawken waterfront offers connection to the community, a breath of fresh air in this hyper-fragmented world.
Bond over beers and bites at local restaurants like Ruth’s Chris, Chart House, City Bistro, or Jack Austin’s. Fill your fridge with provisions from Trader Joe’s, get your asana on at Real Hot Yoga, or score a scoop at Ben & Jerry’s. More retail options abound at Estuary Marketplace and the Shops at Lincoln Harbor.
It should go without saying that a community in the shadows of the Lincoln Tunnel approach would have an easy commute. Prefer the ferry? You can enjoy a private resident shuttle. Light Rail and NJ Transit are easily accessible as well.