Jersey City’s massive Jenga-like tower is ready to open its doors.
Formerly known as URL Harborside, Jersey City Urby is scheduled to begin renting next month with prices starting at $2,000/month.
Located at 200 Greene Street, the tower is one of the state’s tallest buildings standing 69 stories high and offering 762 apartments.
Jersey City Urby was co-developed by Ironstate and Roseland Residential Trust (a subsidiary of Mack-Cali) and designed by Dutch firm, Concrete.
According to Urby, the tower was designed to foster natural interaction between its residents. That means Jersey City Urby will regularly offer classes, events, and other programs for residents to be held onsite.
Urby debuted its first complex in Staten Island complete with its own urban garden, beekeeper, and resident chef. Although Jersey City Urby’s amenities haven’t been disclosed yet, it’s likely it’ll have similar — if not better — perks with views overlooking the Hudson River, downtown Jersey City, and New York.
A third Urby complex is slated to debut later this year in Harrison, NJ. Two other towers will also join Jersey City Urby for a total of 2,400 new apartments.
(Photo: Jersey City Urby)