Harrison Urby’s Coperaco Coffee Shop Has a Tree House

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The Coperaco Cafe with its tree house at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.

There’s a reason to visit one Harrison development, even if you don’t live there. Having a need for caffeine helps, though.

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The first floor of the tree house inside the Coperaco Cafe at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.
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The second floor of the tree house inside the Coperaco Cafe at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.
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The second floor of the tree house inside the Coperaco Cafe at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.

The Kearny-based Coperaco Coffee has set up shop on the first floor of Harrison Urby, and developer Ironstate built a two-story tree house inside, as first seen in Dwell. The Dutch firm Concrete designed the space, which has a couch and a fireplace downstairs. A library, table, and another couch and some comfy chairs occupy the upstairs. One wall is made of braided rope.

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The Coperaco Cafe at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.
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The Coperaco Cafe with its tree house at Harrison Urby. Credit: Ewout Huibers.

As for Harrison Urby itself, it is a four-story, 409-unit rental complex located around the block from the PATH station. It has studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms and opened in July.

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Urby Staten Island opened in 2016 and the first of three towers at Urby in Jersey City opened earlier this year. Construction of Urby in Stamford, Conn. is underway.

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