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Rendering of Hamilton Cove via Marchetto Higgins Stieve Rendering of Hamilton Cove via Marchetto Higgins Stieve
In the New Jersey housing discussion, Hoboken and Jersey City have gotten most of the ink and glory. However, if developer Hartz Mountain has anything to say about it, the Lincoln Harbor section of Weehawken will be a desirable location rather than another alternative to New York. To that end, construction has just started on Hamilton Cove, a 15-story, 586-unit development on the site of a former office complex (h/t Jersey Digs). A landscaped rooftop will have an outdoor pool, and indoor amenities will include two lounges, a screening room, and golf simulator. A rendering of the three-building complex has been released by Hoboken-based Marchetto Higgins Stieve, and completion is anticipated for 2019.
800 Harbor Boulevard Hamilton Cove construction site via Chris Fry
Hamilton Cove is going up near 1500 Harbor Boulevard, another Hartz Mountain project rising next door to the Lincoln Harbor Yacht Club. The new rental will bring 227 studio through three-bedroom units to the area. Amenities will include a food and wine-tasting room, deck with outdoor movie screen, and penthouse deck with pool and spa. Construction is nearly completed.
1500 Harbor Boulevard rendering Aerial rendering of 1500 Harbor Boulevard via Hartz Mountain
Two more parcels are also slated for residential development; however, as more people move in, the demand for local retail, services and amenities will grow. Hartz Mountain has clearly thought of that: Its expansion of Weehawken Waterfront Park will add 3.5 acres of green space with pools, basketball court, sand volleyball court, and multi-purpose pavilion. A Whole Foods 365 outpost, the first in New Jersey, is coming to 1450 Harbor Boulevard. Nearby light rail and ferry stops act as easy connections to Manhattan, Hoboken, and Jersey City. However, as development heats up, residents will get everything they need or want close to home.
Weehawken area map Lincoln Harbor site map via Hartz Mountain

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