The Maxal Group and Hartz Mountain Industries announced construction is complete and that more than 60 percent of the 236 residences at Harbor 1500 in Weehawken are leased just four months since launching.
Weehawken’s newest luxury residential offering reflects 42,000 square feet of amenities, including two expansive rooftop decks that overlook Manhattan and the Hudson River.
Harbor 1500, which extends 764 feet from the Weehawken shoreline out into the Hudson River, was created with spacious layout infused with custom finishes and stunning views that contribute to ease of living.
Situated in an increasingly sought-after residential destination due its abundance of transit and retail options, Harbor 1500 comprises a collection of studios, one- and two-bedroom residences, complemented by an unprecedented amount of indoor and outdoor amenity space.
Floor-to-ceiling windows frame Hudson River and Manhattan views. Harbor 1500 units are outfitted with French white oak hardwood floors, stainless steel GE Profile kitchen appliances and Kohler fixtures with European cabinetry, and bathrooms with Italian-gray marble tile floors.
Additionally, GE stackable washer/vented dryers are provided in every unit, and many residences have walk-in closets. As an added bonus, several homes on the second floor of Harbor 1500 boast 16-foot-wide terraces.
On the fifth floor, residents can take in a movie on a lawn that faces an 80-inch outdoor movie screen, as well as BBQs and fire pits for the winter. The sixth-floor rooftop features a pool and hot tub with lounge chairs and umbrellas, gas BBQ grills and kitchen facilities such as sinks and refrigerators, and another green lawn area.
Other Harbor 1500 amenities include 24/7 doorman/concierge; valet parking; bike storage; a top floor resident’s lounge and function room with stunning views; children’s room featuring a Casa Kids play structure; a 3,000-square-foot fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment and yoga and spin studios that can be expanded in favorable weather to adjacent rooftop outdoor areas via a retractable glass wall.