Harbor's mixed-use environment and abundant first-class amenities enhance the
importance of the site as prestigious headquarters, or as a general office
technical center as well as a place to live, work, shop, dine and play. Hartz
opened in 2014 the Estuary in Weehawken, NJ, its most spectacular ground-up
multifamily residential project to date. The Estuary consists of 582 luxury
apartments and is a complimentary component to the development. Harbor
1500 consisting of 236 units opened in 2019 and Hamilton Cove opened in spring
of 2020 with 573 units. Lincoln Harbor's strategic New Jersey location
enables tenants to benefit from the state's significant economic advantages,
including rents substantially lower than comparable buildings in Manhattan,
lower utility and operating costs, and significant tax savings. Whole
Foods Market opened a 32,949 SF store in the summer of 2019.
addition to technologically advanced office space, Lincoln Harbor is currently
home to several outstanding restaurants, the 350 room Sheraton Lincoln
Harbor Hotel with meeting facilities as well as a public park and waterfront
walkways all serviced by an on-site mass transportation network.
service stops directly at the site, connecting Midtown Manhattan by a
six-minute ride to Pier 78 at 39th Street. Lincoln Harbor also features its own
station on The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System connects the Hudson
River Waterfront, from 22nd St, Bayonne, through Jersey City, Hoboken and
Lincoln Harbor, ending at Tonnelle Ave, North Bergen, with connections to the
PATH system in Hoboken and Jersey City.
employees, and visitors are treated to dramatic views of Manhattan, located
only minutes away.