From Ghost Towns to Coast Towns

Friday, May 15, 2009 From Ghost Towns to COAST TOWNS The waterfront in New York City and nearby is seeing the reinvention of wasteland and derelict buildings By Jason Sheftell CRYSTAL POINT, JERSEY CITY: This project by Fisher Development Associates involves the last piece of land to be developed on the Jersey City shoreline with…

A Shore Bet

A Shore Bet Long Branch typified New Jersey’s fast disappearing seaside charm. It was renaissance or bust. By Barbara Ballinger Before New York’s Hamptons attracted wealthy homeowners and chic celebs, Long Branch, N.J., ranked as one of the country’s premier summer resorts with five miles of Jersey shoreline. Seven U.S. presidents vacationed there and attended…

CRYSTAL POINT GRAND OPENING PRESENTS “ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME” OPPORTUNITY TO OWN ON JERSEY CITY WATERFRONT

JERSEY CITY, N.J. – The sophistication of living in an iconic riverfront condominium building has teamed with attractive Grand Opening prices and historically low interest rates to create a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for today’s savvy homebuyers at Crystal Point, the inspiring collection of 269 homes rising on the last piece of developable land in Jersey City…

BAYPORT ON LAKE’S BAY NAMED COMMUNITY OF THE YEAR AT THE 2009 SAM AWARDS; Matzel & Mumford Takes Home 11 Awards In All

Bayport on Lake’s Bay was named “Community of the Year” at the 2009 Sales and Marketing Awards (SAM), topping a competitive list of entrants from around the state. Recognizing outstanding efforts in the homebuilding industry, the SAM Awards were presented on April 21st in Atlantic City during a gala reception that kicked off the New Jersey Builder’s Association’s (NJBA’S) 60th Annual Atlantic Builders Convention.

FAMILY DISCOVERS IT PAYS TO OWN AT WOODSIDE KNOLLS

TOWN OF WALLKILL, N.Y. – After renting an apartment in Westchester, N.Y. for four years, Lisa E. Babb sat down and did the math. She immediately realized that what she and her husband spent in rent could have easily been put towards a home, a mortgage and a future. “In four years we spent upwards…

SATORI LOFTS SET TO RAISE THE BAR FOR UPSCALE LIVING IN HISTORIC HOBOKEN, N.J.

In a mile-square City known for its sought-after urban-inspired lifestyle, Maridian Properties is set to introduce a new residential address that will considerably raise the bar for luxury condominium living in Hudson County’s historic Hoboken.
Satori Lofts, a cutting-edge five-story building, is destined to stand out from the competition with its sleek and expansive floorplans, upscale finishes and appointments that rival Manhattan’s most recognizable high-rise residences, and value-driven prices. Sales for the intimate collection of just 12 one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes are expected to begin shortly, with prices ranging from $499,000 to $1.3 million. Initial occupancy is scheduled for summer, 2009. Open Houses will start on May 9th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.