The second phase of a massive development project in Harrison could bring hundreds of residential units and even a hotel to a former industrial site near the western Hudson County town’s PATH station.
The Hudson County Planning Board is scheduled to hear an application by Accordia Harrison Urban Renewal, LLC involving the next phase of the Harrison Yards complex during its virtual meeting over Zoom today, Tuesday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m. A copy of the developer’s application states that two mixed-use buildings are planned for the property at 700 Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard South.
The Hudson County Planning Board’s project description says that these new structures would bring 884 residential units, retail space, a hotel with 200 rooms, and automated parking garages with 1,324 spaces to the premises. However, a May 5 letter from Remington & Vernick Engineers to the Hudson County Division of Planning mentioned that the development proposal now calls for 898 residential units and 1,350 parking spaces, though the 200-room hotel component has remained.
One of the buildings would be 26 stories tall while the other would be 17 stories tall, according to the letter, which added that 204,709 square feet of retail and commercial space along with 40,784 square feet of park space are also envisioned.
is phase 1 completed yet? I remember they stopped work a while back.
Yes. P1 Complete.