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Less Than Four Months After Opening, More Than Half of the Residences at Steel Works in Harrison Are Leased

11/16/2017

Less Than Four Months After Opening, More Than Half of the Residences at Steel Works in Harrison Are Leased

Less than four months after opening, more than half of the residences at Steel Works are leased. The partnership of Advance Realty and DeBartolo Development today announced the rapid leasing pace at the luxury residential building, which is located adjacent to the Harrison PATH station.

The strong demand for Steel Works’ 286 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments reflects the modern renter’s desire to live in thoughtfully designed, highly amenitized communities that provide quick access to mass transit. Situated a block from Red Bull Arena, the community is in the heart of the Riverbend District – a 35-acre, multi-phase mixed-use development that will soon be home to a dynamic mix of restaurants, bars, shops, entertainment and cultural options. Once complete, the Riverbend District will feature approximately 3,000 luxury apartments, alongside 100,000 square feet of premium retail space.

“The leasing success further validates our belief that Harrison is emerging as one of the most desirable transit-oriented locales in the New York Metropolitan Area,” said Jackie Urgo of The Marketing Directors, which oversees leasing at Steel Works. “By implementing unique design and décor, ownership has separated Steel Works from other luxury rental buildings in the market. The first-class apartments and high-end amenities are hard to match, but the industrial-inspired feel is something that can’t be found anywhere else.”

Residences at Steel Works are complimented by a collection of solar-powered amenity spaces, including a state-of-the-art fitness center with a separate spin room and 24/7 on-demand fitness classes; game room with a golf and multi-sport simulator, poker table and shuffle board; heated outdoor pool and clubhouse; chic resident lounge; high-style pet park; outdoor movie screen; and expansive roof deck with fireside lounge; bar and barbeque grills.

Incorporating design and décor that pays tribute to Harrison’s industrial past, Steel Works residences boast modern, chef-inspired kitchens with stainless steel appliances, designer cabinetry, quartz countertops, open shelving, and built-in wine chillers; Amazon Echo Dot equipped with “Alexa” voice service; elevated nine-foot ceilings; expansive walk-in custom closets; frameless glass shower doors; audio enabled sound system; and a choice of two distinct color pallets. Apartments on the building’s first floor feature exposed spiral ducts with painted concrete ceilings, exposed brick walls, and other stylish components contributing to an urban motif.

To schedule a private viewing of Steel Works, visit www.steelworksapts.com or call 973-268-2225.

About Advance Realty

Advance Realty is one of New Jersey’s most well respected owner/operator/ developers. Advance owns, manages or has invested in a diversified, 10-million-square-foot portfolio of properties across all asset classes throughout the Northeast Corridor. The company actively pursues real estate investments in commercial, residential, industrial, retail, mixed-use, and other projects that enhance value through development, repositioning and redevelopment. For more information, visit www.advancere.com.

About DeBartolo Development

DeBartolo Development is one of the largest private real estate companies in the United States with a successful track record spanning more than seven decades. The company invests in real estate assets of all sizes and scopes, specializing in opportunistic acquisitions and market-driven, ground-up development of multifamily, hospitality, retail and mixed-use projects. Most recently, DeBartolo developed and opened Ka Makana Ali‘i, the first regional shopping center built in Hawaii in over 30 years. For more information, visit www.debartolodevelopment.com.

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