Premier Workspaces celebrates ribbon-cutting and open house at Kearny Point

Premier Workspaces recently celebrated the grand opening of its location at Kearny Point with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. This event marks a new chapter for coworking office spaces in the historic Kearny shipyard, now transformed into a state-of-the-art workplace.

Kearny Point, situated less than five miles from Manhattan and adjacent to Jersey City’s West Side, has been redeveloped by Hugo Neu to foster a dynamic and creative work environment.

The site, anchored by the refurbished Building 78, offers loft-style customizable office spaces that attract a diverse community of creators and innovators, from craft-food artisans to tech entrepreneurs and filmmakers.

Premier Workspaces at Kearny Point provides a variety of workplace options tailored to the needs of freelancers, entrepreneurs and businesses. The facility features ready-to-move-in private offices for one to five people, dedicated desks in open areas and flexible hot-desking options. Additionally, meeting rooms are available for rent by the hour or day, and virtual office services are also offered.

“Premier Workspaces at Kearny Point is strategically positioned to serve businesses in the region. Our mission is to offer beautiful, accessible and fairly priced office space that encourages collaboration and entrepreneurship,” Steve Nislick, chief financial officer of Hugo Neu, said.

Building 78 boasts amenities such as free on-site parking, a dog-friendly policy, a fully equipped fitness center, an on-site bistro and an electric vehicle charging station. The Rooftop Terrace Lounge Deck provides stunning views of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, including iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by several notable guests, including Kearny Mayor Carol Jean Doyle, Linda Kraus D’Isa of the Kearny Urban Enterprise Zone, Stephen Marks, town administrator, and Christian Bailey from the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce. Rose Palma, Premier Workspaces’ regional manager, and Christina Lugo, the general manager, along with Judy Tocatlian, the general manager of the Mount Laurel location, were also present.