A resident’s lounge is among several new amenity spaces unveiled at Harbor 1500, a 236-unit apartment building in Weehawken’s Lincoln Harbor neighborhood. — All photos by New World Group/Courtesy: The Maxal Group and Hartz Mountain Industries
By Joshua Burd
Two months after the launch of leasing at a new 236-unit apartment building in Weehawken, a development team has unveiled everything there is to do at the high-end property.
The Maxal Group and Hartz Mountain Industries this week detailed more than 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces at Harbor 1500. Those spaces include landscaped rooftop decks, a rooftop pool and hot tub and a plush screening room, along with a top-floor resident’s lounge and function room with waterfront views.
The joint venture got off to a fast start at the property, which was designed by Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners and sits within Weehawken’s Lincoln Harbor neighborhood. In early March, the firms announced that they had leased nearly 60 apartments in only a month.
New residents at 1500 Harbor Blvd. will also have access to a tasting room with prep kitchen, a children’s room and a fitness center with high-end equipment and yoga and spin studios, according to a news release. The area can be expanded in favorable weather to adjacent rooftop outdoor areas via a retractable glass wall.
Additionally, Harbor 1500 offers a game room overlooking the Hudson River that features a golf simulator, pool table, shuffleboard table and poker table. Maxal and Hartz also noted that its two rooftop decks include an 80-inch outdoor movie screen, grilling areas and fire pits.