The Harper at Harmon Meadow Cuts Ribbon, Launches Secaucus Rental Community

The Harper At Harmon Meadow Rental Secaucus Ribbon Cutting
Ribbon cutting at The Harper at Harmon Meadow, Secaucus. Photo by Darrell Simmons/Jersey Digs.

Ever wonder where they get those oversized scissors for ribbon-cutting ceremonies? Can you use them for anything else? Do you have to special order them from the ribbon company?

Those were burning questions that remained unanswered at last month’s ribbon cutting for The Harper at Harmon Meadow. What we can tell you is that this 469-unit Secaucus luxury rental community offers a resort-inspired amenity package along with an easy commute, whether by bus, train, or car.

Harper Harmon Meadows Apartments Rendering
Exterior. Rendering via Cahn Communications.

This lifestyle-focused community offers residents upscale touches like a salt water pool with cabanas and lounges, a yoga studio and spin room with virtual fitness classes, and an on-site dog park. Homes offer a full-size washer and dryer, granite kitchen counters, and stainless steel Energy Star appliances.

The Harper At Harmon Meadow Rental Secaucus Lobby
The lobby. Rendering via Cahn Communications.

The Harper occupies a commuter-friendly Secaucus location near Route 3 and the Lincoln Tunnel. NJ Transit buses stop pretty much right on site, while a complimentary shuttle connects to the Secaucus Junction train station. The Harper is part of the bustling Harmon Meadow complex, which includes almost 30 restaurants, nine hotels, and a movie theater.

“This is one of the most unique locations in the region as it is nestled next to a picturesque nature reserve, yet also offers unparalleled access to a multitude of shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and public transportation,” says Gus Milano, President and COO of Hartz Mountain Industries. “We’re delighted to now introduce a modern residential offering to the mix which will place residents in the heart of a lively address that comprises all of the elements desired for a vibrant and convenient lifestyle experience.”

Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli was on hand to celebrate the grand opening, along with executives from developer Hartz Mountain Industries. The Harper’s studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments are available for immediate occupancy, with rents starting at $1,780 per month.


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