Tucked away on a quiet brownstone-lined street, 47 Mercer pairs the historic charm of an immaculately-restored 100 year old apartment house with the modern amenities you love.
Steps from the PATH to Manhattan and surrounded by hundreds of Jersey City’s best restaurants, living at 47 Mercer gives you easy access to the best of what downtown Jersey City has to offer.
With a limited number of apartments and our residents staying for an average of 5 years, it’s rare for us to have availability. If we do, you’re in luck! Please don’t hesitate to reach out and ask about monthly specials.
1 Bedroom/1 Bath
With personal patio
|1B||$2750* Avail. 7/1. Call for monthly specials|
1 Bedroom/1 Bath
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath
|2D||$3,350* Avail. now. Call for monthly specials|
Shared roof deck with gas grill and community garden.
Central air and gas heat
Individually controlled for quiet and energy efficient temperature control.
Well insulated walls
Solid masonry walls between each apartment provides quiet living.
Solid Oak floors
No more peeling laminate or parquet splinters!
Large, energy-efficient double glazed windows bathe each apartment in light.
Stylish light grey granite that goes with everything.
Locked bike room available to all residents.
Ceilings up to 11ft high.
Limited storage lockers available on site for an additional fee.
Upgraded bathrooms also feature built-in bluetooth speakers in medicine cabinets.
Marble entryway and handsome windows and wood finishes.
Video intercom system
Video call with guests from any apartment, phone or the roof deck.
Washer/Dryer in building
Large capacity washers/ dryers are available to all tenants.
Stainless steel appliances
Including a dishwasher, refrigerator range and microwave oven with built-in hood.
47 Mercer was constructed in 1910 shortly after City Hall was finished and was built to support a growing upper class in Jersey City.
Designed as a classic Five-Story New York Style apartment house, it served 20 families faithfully until around 1950 when the max exodus to the suburbs began.
To combat low occupancy, the city briefly proposed turning the building into low-income housing in the 1960s. However, this proposal was blocked by the neighborhood and instead 47 Mercer sat abandoned for many decades.
As part of a city-sponsored downtown revitalization effort in the late 1990s, we were offered the opportunity to restore 47 Mercer to its intended use- quality housing.
Mercer Arms has a 99/100 walk score. The PATH, Citi bike stands and the Light Rail are all less than five minutes away.