Lincoln Tunnel / Route 495, Route 3, New Jersey Turnpike, Hudson - Bergen Light Rail, Ferry Stop at site with direct access to West 38th Street, New York. Bus service to and from Hoboken and other New Jersey municipalities.
Lincoln Harbor is a mixed-use environment, set in a spectacular location on 60 acres of prime waterfront land directly opposite midtown Manhattan and adjacent to the Lincoln Tunnel entrance in Weehawken, New Jersey. Lincoln Harbor has attracted prestigious world class companies in three existing office buildings. Lincoln Harbor is currently home to three superior restaurants, including Jack Austin's Eat & Drink . The 350-room Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel has meeting facilities and Lincoln Harbor has a public park and waterfront walkways all serviced by an on-site mass transportation network. Ferry service stops directly at the site, connecting Midtown Manhattan by a six-minute ride to Midtown/39th Street. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System connects numerous coastal communities (including the Hoboken PATH station). Lincoln Harbor has a dedicated stop, with service north to Tonnelle Avenue and 51st Street in North Bergen and south through Hoboken and Jersey City, ending in Bayonne.Residents, employees, and visitors are treated to dramatic views of Manhattan, located only minutes away.
The property is part of Lincoln Harbor, a mixed-use development,
set in a truly spectacular location on 60 acres of prime waterfront property
directly opposite Midtown Manhattan and adjacent to the Lincoln Tunnel entrance
in Weehawken, New Jersey. Lincoln Harbor has attracted prestigious world-class
companies in three existing office buildings. At the northern end of
Lincoln Harbor is Estuary Living, a 582 Residential Complex. Harbor 1500
apartments is a 236-unit property is located on the water and has stunning
views of the NYC skyline and the Hudson River. 800
Harbor Boulevard opened in Spring of 2020. The 573-unit property is
the newest luxury waterfront residential rental apartments in Lincoln Harbor. Whole
Foods is conveniently located within Lincoln Harbor.
Besides the unrivaled views of the Manhattan
skyline, Lincoln Harbor has seamless access to transportation and lifestyle amenities.
Within Lincoln Harbor, residents and employees will find world-class
restaurants, including Chart House and Jack Austin's Eat & Drink. Blu Ale
House opens soon. There’s direct ferry service to Manhattan and a Hudson-Bergen
Light Rail station. The 18.5 mile Hudson River Waterfront
Walkway connects people north to the George Washington Bridge and south to
Hoboken and Liberty State Park, Jersey City. Adjacent
to Lincoln Harbor, the Lincoln Tunnel provides additional access to New York
City and I-495 connects vehicles to the rest of the region.