Resident Magazine: On Jersey City/Hoboken Border on the Rise With Launch of 2nd Amenity-Rich Rental

SoHo West, an emerging new neighborhood on the border of Jersey City and Hoboken, is taking flight with the launch of the second luxury rental building within the Cast Iron Lofts collection.  SoHo West — so named because it is south of Hoboken and west of New York City – is the brainchild of Manhattan Building Company, which is introducing hundreds of new residences, lavish amenities and street-level retail space to the area.  The newest addition, Cast Iron Lofts II, is a 27-story industrial-inspired building that blends 232 loft-style residences with a full suite of indoor and outdoor amenities and 20,000 square-feet of retail space.

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Following the successful lease-up of the first building, Cast Iron Lofts II features expansive studio, one-, two and a large selection of three-bedroom residences ranging from 885 to 1,885 square feet of living space at monthly rents starting from $2,495.   The size of the apartments — which offer high ceilings, soaring living spaces and some of the largest floor plans in the Hudson County marketplace — relatively lower prices when compared to Manhattan and Brooklyn properties, and comprehensive amenity offering have appealed to renters on both sides of the river.

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The new apartments are bathed in natural light and have been designed to maximize layout and location, with many boasting magnificent views of the New York City skyline and/or the Statute of Liberty.  Distinctive architectural elements and features include 10’ ceiling heights with exposed duct work, oversized windows, custom walk-in closets, hardwood floors, granite countertops, bathrooms with stained marble vanity, polished porcelain Carrera-tiled floor and glass enclosed showers with shower surround and massaging shower-heads.  There’s also state-of-the-art, fully-equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances.

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