Pennsylvania Railroad constructs the Dock & Warehouse Building, a waterfront storage facility.
The building is renamed the Harborside Terminal and is used as a railway distribution center.
The property is purchased by multiple investors and is operated as a warehouse.
Bankers Trust Company relocates 1,200 staff to the property and invests $60m in technological improvements.
To accommodate growing technological requirements, major rehabilitation and redevelopment of the buildings begins.
The 42-story Deco-revival 101 Hudson is completed, becoming one of NJ’s most recognizable buildings.
Mack-Cali purchases the property, and its transformation into Harborside JC begins.
A response to growing demand for high-tech workspaces, H4A is completed in 2000, with H5 and 111 River following in 2002.
In 2018, with offices, retail and year-round programming, Harborside has reshaped the waterfront into a thriving work and lifestyle destination. Between JC and NYC, it combines culture, nightlife and locally inspired experiences in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere that impresses at all hours.