Harborside (Jersey City)

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Coordinates: 40°43′04″N 74°02′00″W / 40.7178°N 74.0333°W / 40.7178; -74.0333

Harborside Plaza 10, built in 2002 for Charles Schwab Corporation, as seen from Battery Park City in Manhattan

Harborside is an office complex in the Exchange Place district of Jersey City, New Jersey located on the Hudson Waterfront. All the buildings are owned and managed by Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, with the exception of Harborside Plaza 10, which it sold but continues to manage.

Buildings[edit]

  • Harborside Plaza 1 is an eight-story class A office building. In 2007 a $12 million renovation was completed on the lobby which was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle.
  • Harborside Plazas 2 and 3 are adjoining buildings 12 stories tall. They are the oldest in the complex and have close to 1.5 million square feet of space.
  • Harborside Plaza 4 is a proposed skyscraper. It will have 38 floors and 88,257 m² of floor area.
  • Harborside Plaza 4A has office, retail, and parking components,and the property consists of a three-story class A office building built above a seven-story, 1,100-car parking garage, with a two-story retail component on the west side.
  • Harborside Plaza 5 is a 480-foot (146m) tall high-rise located at 160 Greene Street. It was completed in 2002 and has 34 floors. It is the 10th tallest building in Jersey City, and was designed by Grad Associates.
  • Harborside Plaza 7 was a planned mixed use tower that will be 59 floors and 800 feet (244m) tall located at Greene Street at Bay Street. The proposed building was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.[1] The space will instead become a new residential community under the moniker "Urban Ready Living". URL® Harborside will ultimately feature three towers comprising 2,358 residences overlooking the Manhattan skyline. [2]
  • Harborside Plaza 10 is an award-winning waterfront office tower developed by Mack-Cali for the Charles Schwab Corporation, in 2002. Mack-Cali continues to manage the building, which it sold in 2003.
  • Urban Ready Living 1 will be a 69-story, 763 unit residential tower. Construction began on January 13, 2014 and occupancy is expected to begin in 2016. It was designed by Dutch firm Concrete.
  • Urban Ready Living 2 is a planned residential tower as part of the URL complex. Together with URL 3, it will include 1,595 units.
  • Urban Ready Living 3 is a planned residential tower as part of the URL complex. Together with URL 2, it will include 1,595 units.

Construction began on January 13, 2014.

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External links[edit]

Official website