The latest phase of Harrison Urby, located at 200 Angelo Cifelli Drive in Harrison, is slated to include a European-inspired all-day café known as Charley. — Courtesy: Urby
(Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect the launch of leasing at the new phase of Harrison Urby.)
By Joshua Burd
A development team has launched leasing at the newest collection of apartments at one of Harrison’s largest luxury rental communities.
The partners, which include Ironstate Development’s David Barry and Brookfield Properties, say the latest phase of their Harrison Urby project includes 381 studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts. Immediate occupancy is now available at the property at 200 Angelo Cifelli Drive, which expands on their existing 679 units across the street, with monthly rents for studios starting from $1,935.
“Urby’s transformative residential concept has thrived in Harrison, and we’re excited to build on its appeal and connection to the community,” said David Barry, CEO and president of Urby. “This new building introduces the next level of Urby experience.”
Part of a residential concept that has grown throughout the tristate area, Harrison Urby first opened within a redevelopment zone that has seen thousands of new apartments come online. The latest phase will build on the complex’s existing amenity spaces with the addition of a new fitness center with a full-size indoor basketball court, a European-inspired all-day café known as Charley and a flexible workspace known as The Study.
The Urby joint venture also detailed other new features, such as a studio apartment design with a built-in platform bed and airy wood-slat partitions to create more privacy, while allowing in ample natural light. Other features include keyless smart phone entry, Amazon package lockers and other technology systems.
Designed by the Amsterdam-based firm Concrete, Harrison Urby features a series of buildings that are connected by landscaped green spaces with lawns and walkways designed by Bureau Bas Smets, according to a news release. Current residents have access to a community garden with individual vegetable garden plots, a heated swimming pool and patio, along with a dog run, a rentable chef’s kitchen used to host food events and a two-story, 6,000-square-foot fitness center.