Created by Toll Brothers City Living, 1425 Hudson Street at Hudson Tea is a new construction condominium situated on the site of the former U.S. headquarters of Lipton Tea. From the classic red brick facade of the lower four floors to the shimmering glass tower, 1425 Hudson Street is an inspired ground-up development and an amalgam of modern luxury and historic charm along the Hoboken waterfront.
Refined residences coupled with world-class amenities offer residents an ideal lifestyle, while the Uptown Hoboken location along the Hudson River waterfront delivers a vibrant neighborhood and ultimate urban convenience to 1425 Hudson’s elegant doorstep.
Every essential service is within walking distance, making errands easy anytime: CVS, Rite Aid, a post office, The UPS Store, and multiple banks including Wells Fargo, Chase, and TD Bank. Grocery shopping options abound with Trader Joe’s, Kings Food Markets, and the Hoboken ShopRite, as well as Cork Wine and Spirits and Sparrow Wine, among others, for beer, wine, and liquor. And finally, Hudson County’s first Whole Foods is just a quick jaunt up the Gold Coast in Weehawken.
Shopping for your new home at the West Elm outpost only blocks away may be your preferred type of cardio, but you can also get your heart rate up at SoulCycle, New York Sports Club, Club Pilates, or in 1425 Hudson’s own in-building state-of-the-art fitness center. If you’re interested in something more adventurous, The Gravity Vault rock climbing gym offers up a fun challenge in a welcoming and supportive community.
Energize your morning routine with a fresh pastry from the French bakery Choc-O-Pain, a coffee creation from Brooklyn-roasted City of Saints Coffee, or a refreshing juice from Juice Press. The third location of BWE Kafe has also recently opened in collaboration with Little City Books, offering a 2,000-square-foot space with an expanded menu, a bookstore, and an opportunity for more social engagement.
The logistics of childcare and commuting are simplified with the convenience and options of Uptown Hoboken. Kiddos can stay entertained at home in 1425 Hudson’s children’s playroom, which is equipped with a playset and lego wall, or Hoboken Montessori and Kidville are located just a couple of blocks away. 1425 Hudson is just a four-minute walk from the New York Waterway ferry at 14th Street with service to Midtown Manhattan. Uptown Hoboken is also conveniently right in between the Holland and Lincoln tunnels for a quick commute by car; plus plenty of gas stations and onsite parking at the building take the hassle out of having a vehicle. If the train is your preference, the Hoboken PATH and NJ Transit is easily accessible via a private shuttle directly from the building.
The only difficulty on evenings and weekends in Uptown Hoboken is deciding where to go. Apulia offers pizza staples in a cozy space along with a backyard. Orale Mexican Kitchen is a lively destination for all south-of-the-border-style eats and drinks. And coming soon to the neighborhood is Shokudo which will serve up Japanese ramen, udon, and yakitori.
Hoboken’s first wine bar, the upscale Bin 14, is right around the corner and for a year-round more traditional take on the beer garden, head to the Pilsener Haus and Biergarten on 15th Street. Over on Washington Street, Stingray Lounge offers innovative cocktails and seafood. Also, Pier 13 is a must in the summertime.
Beyond the lively restaurant and bar scene, Uptown Hoboken offers leisurely activities for everyone: attend a performance at Mile Square Theater, home of the #1 professional theater company in Hudson County, on Clinton Street; see a movie at nearby Bow Tie Hoboken Cinemas; learn about the Mile Square City at the Hoboken Historical Museum; take a cooking class at Hudson Table; or enjoy the outdoors while taking in the unparalleled views of New York City from 1425 Hudson’s stunning rooftop.
1425 Hudson Street at Hudson Tea brings 99 exquisitely appointed residences to this dynamic corner of Hoboken. Choose from 12 different open floor plans, ranging from spacious studio apartments to four-bedroom homes.
Residences feature hardwood floors throughout and large windows for wonderful light and air. The chef’s kitchen is complete with Thermador appliances and spa-like baths soothe with a sophisticated aesthetic.
Select residences offer a balcony or a terrace while private rooftop terraces with a built-in kitchen are available for purchase. And all residents can enjoy the luxe rooftop with BBQ grills, a fireplace, and a swimming pool.
1425 Hudson Street at Hudson Tea is now selling from $600,000. For more information, visit 1425Hudson.com, stop by the sales gallery at 1450 Washington Street, or call 201-795-1960.