Take a look at Ironstate’s new North Shore rental development

"URBY" has 900 units across two five-story buildings

New York /
Jan.January 29, 2016 09:08 AM

New Jersey-based Ironstate Development has launched a teaser website for its new Staten Island rental project, releasing a few more details on the waterfront development.

The project — located at 7 & 8 Navy Pier Court in Stapleton — has 900 units across multiple buildings. The project, known as URBY Staten Island, also features 35,000 square feet of retail space, an on-site farm, a communal kitchen with a resident chef and a waterfront esplanade, Curbed reported. URBY — formerly known as URL Staten Island, similar to the developer’s Jersey City project URL (Urban Ready Life) Jersey City — is expected to start leasing in the spring. According to the New York Times, the starting price for studios will likely be $1,600 a month, and two-bedrooms will start at $2,800.

Dutch architectural firm, Concrete, designed the project.

The development is part of a larger push bring new housing to the North Shore. An analysis conducted by The Real Deal in September showed that more than 800,000 square feet is under development in Staten Island. [Curbed]Kathryn Brenzel


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