The massive development bringing 900 rentals to the North Shore section of Staten Island has launched a teaser website, with leasing on some of the units expected to begin by the spring. URBY Staten Island (formerly URL Staten Island), as the development is known is located at 7 & 8 Navy Pier Court in Stapleton. The rentals are being developed by David Barry's Ironstate, one of the largest real estate firms based in New Jersey.
The units studios, one, and two-bedrooms will be spread out over several buildings on the site, according to a PR representative for the development. Dutch architectural firm, Concrete worked on this residential behemoth. The property also includes 35,000 square feet of retail space, and so far coffee chain, Coffeed has signed up for a space there.
There are amenities galore at this development, or should we say, "specially curated social spaces." These include an on site farm, a communal kitchen with a resident chef, 300 parking spots, and a green waterfront esplanade.
Announcements on the pricing of units and dates of occupancy are expected shortly. Curbed toured the construction site last summer, and a lot of it had already been built at the time.
This is what the construction site looked like last summer:
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