Newark Penn Station Getting an $18.4 Million Upgrade

The big news out of Washington, D.C. for 325 Ferry Street residents (and all of the Newark commuting crowd) is that the U.S. Department of Transportation has pledged $18.4 million to renovate and improve service at Newark Penn Station.

Newark Penn Station Waiting Area
Newark Penn Station Waiting Area

Residents of 325 Ferry have been enjoying their convenient private shuttle service to Newark Penn Station, which makes their commute a breeze. Now there will be even more to love, with the federal funds being dedicated to platform modernization and improving the safety and reliability of rail service in and out of Newark. The focus of the project is the station’s Platform D, which serves Tracks 3 and 4 and is a critical transfer point for Amtrak and NJ Transit.

NJ Transit-owned Newark Penn Station provides commuter service on NJ Transit lines, PATH, and Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor. It is the third busiest station on the Northeast Corridor line, which stretches from Boston to Washington, D.C.

Since our last blog post detailing the many reasons for 325 Ferry’s popularity just a few short weeks ago, 75 percent of these luxury apartments are now spoken for! The opportunity to become one of the lucky few to enjoy its one-of-a-kind lifestyle–and its unmatched commuter-friendly location–is rapidly disappearing. To avoid being left behind, visit 325 Ferry Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekends 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by appointment by calling Zach Newlands at (973) 262-1003. The lobby entrance is located at 10 Magazine Street.