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Real Estate Showcase - New Jersey Properties


One Hudson Park, Edgewater’s new riverfront condominium, is a splendid 15-story glass and brick tower offering 168 residences. Gruzen Samton Architects, in collaboration with Alex Stark, a feng shui expert, used the ancient Chinese art of placement as a major design principle. 1, 2 and 3BR homes feature floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic Hudson River views that take in the George Washington Bridge and the Manhattan skyline. All have elegant contemporary kitchens by V Studio, as well as 2 full baths or bath and powder room. The building features a dramatic two-story lobby with grand staircase, spa with 50ft pool, fitness center, yoga studio, media lounge, sundeck, children’s room, boardroom, 24-hour attended lobby and concierge service.

“One Hudson Park combines feng shui with distinctive amenities, quality finishes and expansive views, offering a harmonious and luxurious lifestyle,” says Hilary Thomas, vice-president of Tarragon Development Corporation. Approximately $560,000 to $2 million.




The Beacon, a $350 million historical redevelopment project, is a 10-building, 14-acre luxury residential community that was once the Jersey City Medical Center. Its stunning architecture boasts original art deco elements on a grand scale. The first two residential buildings, slated for late-2006 occupancy, will offer studios, lofts and 1 and 2BR apartments with extraordinary finishes. Spaces will range from about 600 to 3,200 sf. The Rialto, a 22-story tower, will contain 164 units; the 21-story Capitol will offer 151. Amenities include indoor pool, hot tub, juice lounge, children’s playroom, billiards, restored theater/screening/party room with huge adjacent terrace. This community will also offer retail including its own restaurant, gourmet market and more.

“It’s rare to find a project of this scope in an urban environment. This is not your cookie-cutter planned community,” notes Adrienne Albert, president of The Marketing Directors. “Add the fine amenities and you have an unbeatable combination.” $300,000 to $2 million.



Mountain Road Lofts is a highly anticipated loft condominium conversion next-door to Hoboken that combines Manhattan-style living with Jersey-style advantages - not the least of which are the views encompassing Manhattan, the Hudson River and New York Harbor. Says Andy Hoffman, realtor associate with Weichert Realtors, “Mountain Road Lofts presents the opportunity to experience true loft living with the added amenities of a modern condo.”

Spectacularly located on the cliffs of Union City, this is a six-story complex with 19 units, featuring 11ft ceilings, vertical wood beams throughout, exposed brick walls and seven-foot-high windows. Dramatic open kitchens have granite countertops and maple cabinets. Floor-to-ceiling rustic tiling in the baths adds a great finish. These lofts, varying in size from 2,100 to more than 4,200 sf, provide ideal wide-open living spaces for you to bring your style and personality to. Hydraulic keyed elevators offer direct access to your home. $655,000 to $1.3 million.

“New Jersey housing remains strong largely because of its unique position between Manhattan and Philadelphia,” says Alan Hammer, Esq., partner at WolfBlock and acting chairman of Kushner Companies. “The Jersey communities closest to Manhattan provide bargain-priced housing. We have a higher-end condo market along the waterfront, lower prices as you move inland, and homes at virtually all prices.”