A textbook example of growth through New Urbanism, Liberty Harbor is transforming the face of downtown Jersey City while preserving community institutions
Situated immediately adjacent to Jersey City’s Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, our Liberty Harbor North community will contain over 1,400 contemporary apartments in downtown Jersey City. 225 Grand, completed in 2011, is a 15-story landmark building containing 348 amenity-rich residences — all of which were leased within 10 months of the building’s opening. 18 Park, completed in 2015, is an 11-story, LEED Silver-designated building comprising 422 apartments, street-level retail including Downtown Pharmacy and Beechwood Café, and a new state-of-the-art Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County.
Following the principles of New Urbanism, Liberty Harbor ensures each development creates or enhances universally accessible public spaces and community institutions. One such institution is the area’s beloved Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County, which moved into a new 32,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility within 18 Park in September, 2014. The organization, which has been in the forefront of youth development since 1893, now provides a modern and safe haven for children to help them reach their full potential.
Hudson County indisputably rules the rental housing market
in New Jersey: It has the largest supply of Class A units
—around 13,000, according to industry experts— and commands
the highest average rental rates of any part
of the state. ”
Ironstate begins leasing of 225 Grand in the spring.
Groundbreaking ceremony for 18 Park in June.
Leasing begins for 18 Park in May. Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County moves into new facility within 18 Park in September.
Construction to start on 235 Grand.
Construction to start on 101 Grove.