Spotlight On: Mountain Road Lofts in Union City

It’s no secret that loft spaces are less expensive outside Manhattan, say in Jersey City or Hoboken. It should be no surprise then that loft spaces will be less expensive right outside Jersey City or Hoboken, say in Union City. While Union City is not as highly publicized as Hoboken or Jersey City, Union City does lie right on the border of Weehawken and the Jersey City Heights. It is also directly across the river from midtown Manhattan. The option to live in Union City means better lofts, better value, same close proximity to Manhattan. What’s the catch? Hoboken and Jersey City offer the PATH train which is the most efficient way to get the city 24/7. They also have great downtown areas, dining, and nightlife. If you can live without being right next to the PATH train and the bustle of a downtown area, then you may want to explore what Union City has to offer.

The Mountain Road Lofts are a relatively new development in Union City. The building itself was originally 3 buildings constructed in the 1930’s, and they were mostly used as spaces for garment construction. In 2004 the building was purchased by 875 River View Realty LLC, fused into one building, and has since been converted in 19 luxury lofts. These condos have all the perks and charm of industrial loft spaces including exposed brick, vertical wooden beams, 11 foot ceiling and 7 foot windows. These lofts have an open floor plan and are zoned as live/work areas.

 

 

Commuting from the Mountain Road Lofts is simple, there is an NJ Transit bus stop located 50 yards away offering 15 minute service to the Port Authority. There is also a bus that travels to Hoboken Terminal for access to the PATH train.

Take a look at Mountain Road Lofts Unit #A3 listed at $725,000 for 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 2,150 square feet of loft living.

For more information on the Mountain Road Lofts property or other lofts available in Union City, contact CondoDomain. Call 877-852-6636 to speak with a representative today!

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