ROI-NJ: Running with the Bulls: With soccer stadium, PATH station as centerpieces, Harrison is becoming living destination for commuters, millennials

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Harrison’s century-old branding was that it was the “hive of industry” 

Overshadowed by cities in closer proximity to Manhattan, such as Jersey City and Hoboken, the town couldn’t be said to have held onto that regional relevance throughout the rest of its history. 


My Central Jersey: Virtual tours keep real estate agents busy during pandemic


Centurion Union features 80 new one- and two-bedroom apartments in a five-story building with various amenities at 975 Bonnel Court, Union.

With social distancing and other restrictions in place because of COVID-19, real estate sales and leasing agents have stepped up their use of technology to replicate on-site visits and maintain one-on-one dialogue with potential clients.


Real Estate NJ: Virtual tours paying dividends for new luxury rentals in Union

Centurion-Union-ExteriorThe launch of virtual tours and presentations is bearing fruit for a newly developed, 80-unit apartment building in downtown Union.

American Landmark Development, the builder of what’s known as Centurion Union, announced that prospective renters have begun to sign leases after participating in digital presentations at the building.


6sqft: Jersey City rental next to Liberty State Park opens, units from $1,910/month


A new luxury rental building has opened in the bustling Bergen-Lafayette section of Jersey City, with apartments starting at $1,910/month. Located just steps from Liberty State Park, 295 Johnston Avenue, called 295J, contains 309 units, with a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. In addition to being next to the 1,212-acre waterfront park, the rental boasts an impressive landscaped courtyard with a pool, fire pits, barbecue grills, and ping pong tables.


Real Estate NJ: Developers in Hoboken, Oceanport launch virtual tours amid COVID-19 crisis


With the coronavirus crisis still escalating, two prominent New Jersey developers are now among those to offer virtual tours of their newly opened residential properties.

Bijou Properties and RPM Development announced Tuesday that they’ve created such programs, seeking to remotely accommodate prospective tenants.


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