Riverside Court is a unique gated community of 212 three-story luxury homes in Secaucus on a bend in the Hackensack River just minutes from Midtown Manhattan. The 15.2-acre Riverside Court site is just north of Route 3, immediately off the Meadowlands Parkway exit, and within view of the turnpike overpass.

The complex was contructed by Baker Residential from 2004 to 2007. It features a riverside pool and cabana, with a river walk along the Hackensack river. There is a public boat ramp nearby, and you can take canoe and kayak tours of the river and the Meadowlands marshes.

The exterior of the attached three-story town house buildings is modeled after classic 19th-century brownstones, with bay windows, arched entryways, Juliet balconies and French doors.

The Meadowlands sports complex, with Giants Stadium and the Izod Center, is just across the Hackensack River. Work has begun on open acres around the arena to build American Dream, a major entertainment-retail-office complex that could enliven the entire Meadowlands area economically.

Community Announcements
Spring Power Spraying
From Community Management, Posted 03-30-2021
On June 3rd, 2021, Accurate Pest Control, Inc. will be performing exterior power spays to all the buildings for the control of general insects. There is a rain date for June 7th, 2021. Please have all personal items such as toys, lawn furniture, etc. off the patio, deck areas, and grass areas up to eight feet around the perimeter of the building. The material being used for this treatment is Talstar P. Once the material is dry approximately 2-4 hours, it is safe to walk on for animals and humans.
Annual Meeting Adjourned
From Community Management, Posted 03-25-2021
Unfortunately, the latest tally has us about 28 ballots/votes to achieve quorum for this evening's meeting. As such, we will be postponing this evening's meeting until such time that quorum can be achieved. You will be receiving a follow-up notice regarding the new meeting date early next week. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Annual Meeting Notice Correction
From Community Management, Posted 03-03-2021
There was a typographical error in the Annual Election Notice that was sent to your homes. The date is Thursday, March 25, 2021; not Wednesday, March 25, 2021 as previously indicated. Sorry for any confusion this may have caused.
Ice Storm Safety
From Community Management, Posted 02-19-2021
Please be advised that your snow management team was out until very early this morning salting every walkway and roadway — and will continue to do so throughout the day. However, due to the extreme icy precipitation which continues to fall, it is extremely difficult to maintain safe pedestrian conditions. As such, please ensure you take every precaution when traveling this morning and throughout the day. Your safety is vital, so it is imperative that you be vigilant when walking on the property or anywhere else for that matter. I wish you all a safe and healthy day!
Garbage and Recycling Receptacles
From Community Management, Posted 02-19-2021
More and more of late, residents are not bringing in their receptacles in a timely manner — be reminded, receptacles are to be taken in the same day the refuse is collected. Failure to retrieve your receptacles causes an unsafe and unsanitary situation for the maintenance person and your neighbors. Going forward, any resident failing to bring in receptacles the day of collection will be subject to an immediate fine. Of course, instituting fines is never something we want to do, but sometimes it becomes unavoidable. Please help to so your part by following this simple rule. Thank you!
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