Just 2 miles from Route 46 and 80 and within 3 miles of the Garden State Parkway, the complex is surrounded by a network of highways providing easy access to Manhattan, New Jersey’s Shore and the tranquil beauty of the Delaware Water Gap.
In addition to the excellent highway system, Garret Heights is located adjacent to Garret Mountain Reservation, a 761-acre bucolic park offering residents natural landscapes and serene lakes as well as facilities for tennis, horseback riding, cycling and hiking.
Garret Heights is centrally located off Interstate Route 80 (Exit 56, Squirrelwood Road) between the Route 20 and 23.
All utilities are available including water and sewer (City of Paterson), gas and electric (PSE&G) telephone and cable television (Paterson Cable).
15.1 Acres (5.33 and 8.21 acre vacant parcels)
322 condominiums (21.5 units/acres) consisting of four different floor plans offering two bedrooms, two baths, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen and laundry room totaling 1,200 to 1,600 sq. ft.
On November 13, 1985 the Mayor and Council of the City of Paterson approved a Resolution for the entire project to fix real estate taxes for a period of 25 years at 2% of the initial construction cost as stipulated by the statutes of the Fox Lance Law.
The proposed Garret Heights Office and Hotel Complex will be located below Garret Heights Condominiums and above Interstate Route 80 offering excellent visibility from all directions. When completed, the entire complex shall be comprised of a 270 room luxury hotel with catering facilities and health club. In addition, specialty retail space is planned to link the hotel to three adjacent office buildings totaling 650,000 sq.ft.