Hornrock Properties launches leasing for Ivy and Green’s new phase of luxury rentals in Hackensack

Leasing is now underway for the second phase of luxury rental residences at Ivy and Green in downtown Hackensack, according to a Wednesday announcement from developer Hornrock Properties.

The new collection introduces 168 well-appointed residences with designed amenities, meeting the increased demand for additional living spaces within the popular residential community that made its debut last year. The new phase builds upon the swift lease-up of the initial 221 residences and further establishes Ivy and Green as a premier living destination.

Situated at 1 Park Ave., the property enjoys a unique location bordering Foschini Park and Hackensack’s burgeoning downtown. The six-story building opens to the public with more than 30% of its studio, one- and two-bedroom homes already reserved. Monthly rents for the apartments start from $2,215, with grand opening incentives that include up to two months free. Immediate occupancy is available.

The Marketing Directors, which executed the successful lease-up of the development’s first phase, is once again serving as the exclusive marketing and leasing agent.

“We are thrilled to build upon the success of Ivy and Green, extending the opportunity for more renters to experience elevated apartment living in the heart of downtown Hackensack,” David Hornblass, a principal of Hornrock Properties, said. “This development has consistently delivered the kind of homes and amenities sought by today’s renters, all within a walkable environment reminiscent of areas like Hoboken, yet with more space and less congestion. It’s a winning formula that has resonated with renters, and we look forward to welcoming more residents to the community.”

Residences in the newest phase of Ivy and Green offer 9-, 10- and 11-foot ceilings and oversized windows with custom treatments that provide ample natural light. Homes include full-size washer and dryers, as well as closets with modular shelving. Kitchens are equipped with quartz countertops, full-height tiled backsplashes and stainless-steel appliances, including a gas range and French door refrigerator. Bathrooms feature full-height tiled showers and illuminated mirrors. Select homes offer terraces or balconies, some of which provide views of Foschini Park and the expansive outdoor amenity decks.

Residents of both Ivy and Green buildings enjoy exclusive access to a comprehensive array of shared amenities, fostering a sense of community and convenience. In the new building, these include an elegant lobby with a freestanding fireplace, comfortable seating and work areas. A café, complete with a coffee bar and booths, provides a cozy setting, while a resident lounge and conference room offer additional spaces for relaxation and productivity. The state-of-the-art fitness center, equipped with an Echelon spin bike and CrossFit rig, caters to residents’ wellness needs. Outside, the property boasts two open courtyards featuring fire pits and fireplaces, sun loungers, barbecues and outdoor dining spaces.

The new amenities complement the 35,000 square feet of social spaces spread throughout the first phase. Outdoor spaces include a resort-style pool and sundeck, along with a pizza oven, ping pong, foosball and life-sized chess board, fitness turf and fire pits. Additionally, an expansive rooftop deck beckons with its bar, fire pits, lounge seating and a landscaped lawn with movie screen, creating a vibrant environment for relaxation and socializing.

Ivy and Green is located just steps from downtown Hackensack, known for its contemporary buildings that are blended with homes rooted in history. Its primary business district, Main Street, is a two-way thoroughfare filled with shopping, restaurants and entertainment.

Transportation is close at hand with Interstate 80 and Route 4 just minutes away. New Jersey Transit’s Essex Street Train Station provides service to New York’s Penn Station in less than 40 minutes and buses to New York City depart just a quick walk from Ivy and Green at the Hackensack Bus Terminal.