12D — May 10 - 23, 2019 — Multifamily — M id A tlantic

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E E H A W K E N , NJ — The Maxal Group and Hartz 236 apartments in Weehawken, NJ The Maxal Group & Hartz Mountain Industries announceHarbor 1500 is 25%leasedafter onemonth W

River, was created for the discerning renter who values a spacious layout infused with custom finishes that contrib- ute to ease of living. Situated in the Lincoln Har- bor neighborhood – a highly sought-after residential desti- nation due to its abundance of transit and retail options, in- cluding the impending opening of Weehawken's first Whole Foods – Harbor 1500 features a mix of studio, one- and two- bedroom residences, and more than 40,000 s/f of indoor and outdoor amenity space. “The response to Harbor

1500 has eclipsed our high expectations,” said Bruce Sturman , managing director of The Maxal Group. “Harbor 1500 is in a special location that allows residents an ex- tremely unique on-the-water living experience, and we’re finding that it’s especially at- tractive to renters who want the sophisticated lifestyle found at Manhattan’s most elite buildings, but with more space and at a more accessible price point.” Floor-to-ceiling windows frame stunning Hudson River and Manhattan views at Har- bor 1500, and the homes are outfitted with custom-stained French white oak hardwood floors, top-of-the-line stainless steel GE Profile kitchen appli- ances and Kohler fixtures with custom-designed European cabinetry, and bathrooms with Italian-gray marble tile floors in a distinctive herringbone pattern and ultra-white Sub- way tile walls. Additionally, GE stackable washer/vented dryers are featured in every unit, and most residences have walk-in closets. As an added bonus, each of the homes on the second floor of Harbor 1500 boast 16-foot-wide terraces. “What we’ve created at Har- bor 1500 is undoubtedly the most high-end product to come to market along the New Jersey Gold Coast,” said Gus Milano , president and COO of Hartz Mountain Indus- tries. “The swift leasing pace underscores what we already knew – that there was a strong demand in the marketplace for a residential building of this caliber, with elevated design and amenities that speak to today’s modern renter.” Lincoln Harbor is a 60- acre waterfront area that has evolved from a business and dining destination to a com- plete live-work-play neighbor- hood offering new residential options and numerous lifestyle services and amenities. The area is home to 1.1 million s/f of office space, a 350-room Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Ho- tel with meeting facilities, and popular restaurants such as the Chart House, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Jack Austin’s and Houlihan’s. Additionally, in 2019, New Jersey’s first 365 by Whole Foods Market will open across the street from Harbor 1500. The building is situated right in the heart of an expan- sive public park system. 

Mountain Industries to- day announced that just one month after opening Harbor 1500, 25% of the new luxury community’s 236 apartments have been leased. The exceptionally rapid leas- ing pace reflects the quality of the residences and amenities offered at the community, which is unlike any other resi- dential building in the region. Harbor 1500, which extends 764 feet from the Weehawken shoreline out into the Hudson

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