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Rentals at Urby's Jersey City skyscraper hit the market from $2,000/month

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The 713-foot tower is one of New Jersey tallest and comes with 762 apartments

Photo courtesy Urby

In just a little over a month from now, one of New Jersey’s tallest buildings—Jersey City Urby, will welcome its first residents, and today the development team has launched its initial phase of leasing.

This 69-story skyscraper features a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms with rents starting from $2,000/month for a studio. One bedrooms start at $2,300/month and two-bedrooms will be available from $3,400/month, but not all of the tower’s 762 apartments are coming online just yet.

Much like its sister project on Staten Island, this development will place a strong emphases on community-building amenities. It’s something the developers, Ironstate Development and Roseland Residential Trust had hinted at last month, and now they’ve presented us with a full list.

The amenities include a fully-equipped gym that offers residents a spate of classes; a communal kitchen where local chefs will offer demonstrations, and there will be tastings and pop-up dinners; a creative lab where residents can collaborate on flower arranging, apothecary, and interior design; a coffee shop on the building’s first floor; and a heated outdoor pool with an adjacent deck for outdoor games and events.

The view of Manhattan from Jersey City Urby
All interior photos and this photo by Eric Medsker

Along with the leasing launch, the developers are also giving us an inside look at a couple of model apartments inside this 713-foot tower.

Located at 200 Greene Street, this Urby project is the second of several planned developments in various cities by Ironstate Development. Following the Jersey City launch, another Urby location is set to open in Harrison, New Jersey by the end of this year.

The first set of residents at Jersey City Urby will start moving in sometime in the first week of April. Now check out the floor plans for all the currently available apartments.