Harmon Cove Towers is located by the Hackensack River in the Town of Secaucus, NJ. Situated on 7.7 acres, the Towers were built in 1980. They are home to 562 residential units with a range of 95 basic residence types, from studios to spacious three bedrooms and penthouses, with sprawling unobstructed views of the NYC, Jersey City and Hoboken skylines, the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the Hackensack River, and Metlife Stadium. The Towers offer an abundance of parking and many residential amenities.
With bus service to NYC and the Secaucus NJ Transit Rail Station available right outside the Towers, the location is a great place to enjoy the lifestyle of the suburbs and the fast pace of the city. Shopping in the center of Secaucus is only 1.5 miles from the building, and a large retail center is located in Harmon Meadow. Want nightlife? Route 3, a direct access route into Manhattan, is less than a mile away. You can go east into the Lincoln Tunnel right to the heart of Midtown, or west to the Meadowlands Complex.
With a state of the art nursery, a fitness center, a social room with multiple table games and pool tables, tennis courts, free WiFi in common areas, a new playground area, and a 2,300 square foot outdoor pool area that can accommodate up to 100 people, there is no need to leave the Towers for recreation.
Secaucus, founded in 1900, is on land that was once a part of New Netherland, the Dutch colonial community in North America. Situated in the Hackensack Meadowlands, it is home to about 17,000 residents. With ample parks, good schools, and year-round activities for all ages, Secaucus maintains a small town feel with urban employment and cultural opportunities.