By Betsy Kraat
New Jersey & Company
Gulls Cove, one of downtown Jersey City’s premier residential addresses, is now more than 90 percent sold and closed following a flurry of activity in the new year.
The luxury condominium community continues to see exceptional interest from homebuyers, leaving fewer and fewer opportunities to own a home here, according to developer Dean Geibel and The Marketing Directors, Inc., Gulls Cove’s exclusive sales and marketing agent.
The 323-residence building is a popular choice for commuters to New York City and buyers who enjoy the building’s social atmosphere. Whether it’s resident parties, barbecues on the expansive patio deck or friendly neighbors chatting in the lobby or lounge, buyers continue to find the community’s social character appealing.
Located in the Liberty Harbor North Redevelopment District of downtown Jersey City, Gulls Cove is a 16-story luxury condominium building overlooking Liberty Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. Homes range in size from studios to luxurious 2,000-sf three-bedroom designs. They include a variety of elegant finishes and appointments, featuring spacious kitchens and balconies in some residences. Prices start in the $300,000s.
The community offers a host of exciting amenities, including a landscaped patio with putting green, state-of-the-art fitness center and an indoor parking garage. The patio offers breathtaking views of Liberty Harbor, The Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline. An “At Your Service” concierge takes care of every resident’s needs, from dog walking to maid service to dry cleaning. Gulls Cove management recently introduced a remodeled lobby and adjacent unique social lounge space with fireplace which gives residents an additional gathering place. More than 200 residents came to a recent grand opening party to celebrate the opening of the new lounge.
Gulls Cove is ideal for commuters. Literally steps away from a Light Rail station, residents can access New York City and points of interest in New Jersey right from their front door. A commuter ferry to Manhattan and a PATH station are both within walking distance. The New Jersey Turnpike and Newark Liberty International Airport are just a short drive away. Residents who don’t want to leave home find that the neighborhood is teeming with a variety of interesting shops and restaurants.