The NY Post spotlights three of our clients in its ‘Spring Fling’ real estate feature. We’re looking forward to bringing Vantage, 3 Journal Square and One Park to market shortly.
3 Journal Square
House-hunting renters in search of easy access to public transportation need not look any further. Jersey City’s 3 Journal Square, just across from PATH station, offers just that. This 240-unit, energy-efficient development has a mix of studios through three-bedrooms, with asking rents from the low $1,800s. These open-layout pads have EnergyStar appliances, granite counters and washer/dryers. Many apartments look out to the New York City skyline. Amenities include a playground for kids, a dog run for Fido, a fitness center for active types, a conference room for the work-from-home crowd and a lounge with billiards and a fireplace for those just looking to hang out. Valet dry cleaning and housekeeping are also available. Hartz Mountain Industries and Panepinto Properties make up the development team, while Marchetto Higgins Stieve is listed as the architect.
Contact: Greystar Management, 201-617-5818
Bergen County’s Cliffside Park, between the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel on the Jersey side of the Hudson River, is where you’ll find the One Park condominium. Sales are anticipated for summer, with prices set to begin in the $500,000s. This glassy 320 Adolphus Ave. building — designed by Architectura — has 204 apartments, with floor plans spanning one- to four-bedrooms. (It’s developed by DMG Investments.) Each home has private outdoor space (some have wide views of Manhattan over the Hudson), floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-like bathrooms with freestanding tubs, open showers and porcelain floors. The perks extend throughout the rest of the property, with a heated pool, a gym, a residents’ lounge, a children’s playroom, a screening room and a golf simulator — all crowned by a landscaped roof deck. And to make commutes to Manhattan easier, there’s also a shuttle service to the Port Imperial ferry terminal, for quick water taxi service to Midtown and downtown Manhattan.
Contact: Halstead Property Development Marketing, 201-633-7600
Like Long Island City, Jersey City is bursting with new buildings. One of them, Vantage — a 45-story, S9 Architecture-designed tower with 448 rentals — is set to debut in downtown Jersey City early this summer. Its homes, at 33 Park View Ave., span studios to two-bedrooms, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and they’re priced from $2,115 per month. Vantage will have a pool, a sports court, a fitness center, indoor/outdoor screening areas and lounges. Fisher Development Associates is developing this structure.
Contact: The Marketing Directors, 201-333-1222