Category Archives: New Developments

Wow Worthy W Hotel Residences

The newest and most prominent W landmark this side of the Hudson is located at 225 River Street in Hoboken, NJ: the W Hotel Hoboken.  Wow worthy, is the phrase coined by W Hotel to describe its luxurious hotel and residences. The W brand probably best known for their outgoing staff and trendy, lavish, yet comfortable and accommodating design.
This unique residence, which is also a posh spot for hotel guests, offers 40 residential units in the midst of its 225 hotel rooms.  From almost any spot the W Hotel offers …

Henley on the Hudson

Port Imperial condos offer brand new 1, 2, and 3 bedroom condo residences from $469,000 to $2.5M with immediate occupancy.
At first glance you won’t be able to help but notice the lavish dark hardwood floors and 10 ft high ceilings highlight the detailed crown molding throughout.  Kitchens furnished with Kitchenaid Architect II stainless steel appliances and efficient GEprofile front loader washer & dryer, ample counter top space and dark wood cabinets.
Next marvel at marble: Italian Calcutta Marble bathroom flooring and imported marble vanity bathroom counter tops with Kohler soaking tub …

Maxwell Place on the Hudson

Maxwell Place on the Hudson, located in Hoboken, NJ, was built to mirror city living with a modern luxurious design. Interiors were crafted and designed by internationally famed and acclaimed Architect Michael Graves.
Choose from a one, two or three bedroom residence with outstanding views of Manhattan skyline. All units are built with 9-foot ceilings, recessed lighting and contain beautiful hardwood flooring in living room, dining room and kitchen spaces.  Entryways welcome you with natural stone foyers. Most units contain amazing terraces or balconies beyond compare.  Washer and dryer accompany all …

Fields Crossing – Don’t Miss Out!

Fields Crossing 9th

Fields Crossing is located in the much buzzed about Northwest section of Hoboken on Monroe Street. Northwest Hoboken is more industrial and up and coming then Downtown or Washington Street, but given Hoboken is only a mile square, it’s not that far off from from the rest of the city. Maybe there are less brownstones or tree lined streets, but living somewhere with an urban/industrial feel is cool, just ask all those folks living in Brooklyn. Fields Crossing isn’t alone in this area – Metrostop, the brand new 620 Monroe …

Goin’ Green in Hoboken

If it’s on trend to live an eco-conscious lifestyle, and if it’s on trend to live in a loft building, what could possibly be hotter then living in LEED certified green loft building? I have no idea.
Welcome to Garden Street Lofts, Hoboken’s first and only completely gold rated LEED certified building. What does LEED certified even mean? LEED is an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. This type of certification recognizes 5 key areas of environmental health:
1. Sustainable Sites
2. Water Efficiency
3. Energy and Atmosphere
4. Materials and Resources
5. Indoor …

Spotlight On: The Regency Condominiums

Just north of Hoboken is Weehawken, and just north of Weehawken is Union City. While Union City may not have all the buzz of Hoboken or Jersey City, Union City is still a town on the rise. It is located parallel to Midtown NYC with only the Hudson River keeping them apart. Recently, there have been new luxury developments in Union City like The Thread and Mountain Road Lofts, which have previously been profiled on this blog. Let’s profile another new development, The Regency Condominiums:
Listing and photos courtesy of coldwellbankermoves.com
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