Taking part, giving back.
Reach out, connect, and thrive. The neighborhoods where Veris properties stand are places to participate fully in the life of the community.
Neighborhoods that fit you.
A sense of community comes from within and beyond the walls of your residence. Through signature Embrace events, you’ll establish meaningful connections with neighbors and the larger community. Embrace by Veris Residential enables and encourages you to create and enjoy a more engaged, more fulfilling lifestyle.
Referred to by locals as simply “Eastie,” East Boston is an exhilarating and culturally breathtaking community in one of America’s most celebrated cities.
With a long tradition of welcoming immigrants to America, Jersey City combines a rich history with a modern, multicultural vibrancy in an urban waterfront community.
Nestled just north of Boston, Malden prides itself on a powerful sense of community, its people a celebration of the cultures that have flourished here.
Relaxed but not sleepy, connected but not congested, Morris Plains is a walkable, bikeable, and diverse community that exudes a welcoming, small-town appeal.
Home to a highly diverse community of residents and a melting pot of experiences, Morristown brings big-city energy to residents and visitors alike.
One of the Pascack Valley boroughs in Bergen County, Park Ridge offers upscale living amid a small-town atmosphere within easy reach of New York City.
An elevated and connected living experience with stunning views of Manhattan—the reimagined two-mile waterfront community that is Port Imperial.
An upscale community of charm and sophistication, combining healthful, natural surroundings with easy access to the commerce and culture of New York City.
Centered on a Village Square and a charming Main Street of shops and restaurants, Tuckahoe is both quaint and urban, a short train ride from Midtown Manhattan.
Waterfront views of Manhattan and a tangible vibrancy inspire a captivating array of experiences and a refreshing approach to living.
West New York
Situated upon the iconic New Jersey Palisades along the Hudson River, West New York’s idyllic location is bolstered by its close proximity to New York City.
Nicknamed the “Heart of the Commonwealth” for its location near the geographic center of Massachusetts, Worcester is New England’s second-most-populous city after Boston.