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McGreevey Attends Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Hyatt Regency Jersey City On The Hudson

(JERSEY CITY)—Marking another great achievement for Jersey City’s waterfront, Governor James E. McGreevey attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson hotel today. 

 

“The Hyatt Regency represents a remarkable step in the development of the Jersey City waterfront,” said McGreevey. “With its accessibility and proximity to New York City, the new Hyatt Regency hotel will allow daily visitors and tourists alike to take advantage of the business and entertainment opportunities here in Jersey City.”

 

Located on the Harborside Financial Center’s south pier, the new hotel is directly across the river from Lower Manhattan and within a short distance from Newark International Airport.  It is accessible from the NJ Turnpike, the Holland Tunnel, as well as water ferries to midtown and downtown Manhattan and Liberty State Park. 

 

Developed as part of a joint venture with Mack-Cali and Hyatt Hotels Corporations, the Hyatt Regency includes 350 guestrooms, 16 suites, many with balconies and panoramic views, a 165-seat, three meal restaurant featuring an exhibition kitchen with breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan, and a 75-seat bar and lounge. 

 

The hotel also has great entertainment and banquet facilities including an 8,000 square foot Hudson Ballroom complete with 1,750 square feet of pre-function space along with a 5,000 square foot Manhattan Ballroom with spectacular skyline views of Manhattan, an outdoor terrace, and 1800 square feet of pre-function space.

 

Furthermore, the hotel’s facilities cater to the needs of New Jersey’s business community.  The hotel includes over 20,000 sq. feet of flexible meeting and conference facilities, fully equipped with high-speed Internet access.  In addition, the hotel has 6,000 square feet of additional conference space along with a 600 square foot Riverview Boardroom and many meeting rooms with windows overlooking the Hudson River. 

 

The construction of the Hyatt’s Jersey City on the Hudson Hotel is just one in a number of events and developments in the revitalization of Jersey City.  The Governor was in Jersey City last month to “top off” the construction project at Jersey City Medical Center, a project he said would “revolutionize health care here in Hudson County.”

 

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