The Vantage Collection, a pair of high-rises in Jersey City, has brought a combined 900 luxury apartments to the growing Liberty Harbor neighborhood. — Courtesy: Fisher Development Associates
(Editor’s note: This story was updated on Thursday, June 24, after the launch of leasing at 1 Park View Ave.)
By Joshua Burd
A developer has launched leasing at a second 45-story apartment tower in Jersey City, part of a project that has brought 900 upscale homes to a growing waterfront neighborhood.
Located at 1 Park View Ave., the newest high-rise by Fisher Development Associates is a collection of 452 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, which comes alongside 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space. The New York-based builder is marketing the project alongside The Bozzuto Group, touting its luxury offerings and views of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, Liberty State Park and Manhattan.
“The Vantage Collection is a cutting-edge rental that speaks to the needs and lifestyles of today’s sophisticated urban residents,” said Brian Fisher, president of Fisher Development Associates. “A striking architectural addition to the Jersey City skyline, these buildings offer spacious and well-appointed homes perfect for remote work, a seemingly endless offering of amenities inside and out, and an ultra-convenient location connected to mass transportation options and the vibrancy of downtown Jersey City.
“We’re delighted to officially unveil the second upscale building at The Vantage Collection and welcome new renters to this luxury address.”
Fisher, the firm behind other Jersey City projects such as Crystal Point and Liberty Towers, delivered the first piece of the Vantage Collection some four years ago. Amenities in the second building will include a 45th-floor sky lounge, a high-end fitness center, a yoga studio and a co-working lounge with private work pods, among others, along with a sixth-floor pool deck and terrace shared with the first tower.
Designed by S9 Architecture, the Vantage Collection also has 11,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space, including 6,300 square feet at the base of the second tower. Residents of the buildings have quick access to PATH and ferry service and the adjacent Paulus Hook and Van Vorst neighborhoods.