Here are a few hot luxury real estate properties making noise in New York City metropolitan area.
235 Grand (Jersey City)
Jersey City’s 235 Grand is a 46-story modern glass luxury tower by HLW that’s part of the city’s changing architectural skyline. Designed by HLW and developed by Ironstate Development Company and KRE Group, the rental building features 549 contemporary residences and amenity spaces designed by Bentel & Bentel.
The building offers dramatic views, marbleized baths, and sleek kitchens with quartz countertops, mosaic backsplashes and stainless steel appliances.
Residences range from studios (from $2,800s), 1 bedrooms (from $3,100s) and two bedrooms (from around $5,000), offering vistas of Manhattan, New York harbor and the Statue of Liberty.
The building includes 1,705 square feet of street-level retail space and will see future public green spaces added around the surrounding neighborhood. The tower is 75% leased, with half of those renters hailing from New York’s five boroughs.
Amenities include an attended lobby, gym, resident lounge, co-working spaces, and a landscaped rooftop terrace with swimming pool, movie screen, fire pit, barbecues, and showers. There’s also a kid’s playground, dog run, and bike storage. The property rests on the former site of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County. The developers built a new Boys & Girls Club spanning 34,000 square feet.