Luxury Beachfront Hotel and Condos Announced for Asbury Park

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Asbury Ocean Club opening 2019, Asbury Park. Rendering courtesy iStar.

As part of its $300 million, 35-acre portfolio in Asbury Park, New York-based developer iStar aims to deliver beachfront luxury at the Asbury Ocean Club. The 17-story hotel, designed by Anda Andrei, Handel Architects, and Bonetti Kozerski Studios, to name a few, will be located at the site of the failed Ezperanza condominium project and is slated for completion in 2019.

“It’s impossible to find a place that’s so close to New York City, on the ocean, with incredible, architecturally significant buildings, amazing history and soul, and a major music scene,” Andrei said in a prepared statement. “With Asbury Ocean Club, we’re striking a beautiful balance that’s true to oceanfront living — luxurious without being pretentious, relaxed yet chic — the elegance of timeless materials in a modern and contemporary setting. It’s different from anything in the region, the building feels like it belongs on this beach.”

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The completed structure is set to house 130 condominiums and a 54-room hotel operated by David Bowd of Salt Hotels. The condominiums and hotel will be housed in a 17-story structure.

According to iStar, each condominium unit is equipped with all Miele appliances, walk-in rain showers, and Hansgrohe kitchen and bathroom fixtures, to name a few.

Asbury Ocean Club Asbury Park Condo Interior
Asbury Ocean Club condominium interior. Rendering courtesy iStar.

“Every day, all year, residents will enjoy dedicated children’s facilities, entertainment and meeting spaces, a 12-seat cinema screening room, and more,” iStar said in a news release. “A residential concierge, on call 24/7, will help buy groceries, stock refrigerators, make dinner reservations and wrangle concert tickets at the request of residents. A dog wash for sandy paws and storage rooms for paddleboards and surfboards will provide much needed convenience for making the most of the beach lifestyle.”

Pricing for one-bedroom units starts at $900,000.

iStar is also the developer of The Asbury hotel, Monroe, and the newly reopened Asbury Lanes. Salt Hotels and iStar are also partners at The Asbury hotel.

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1 COMMENT

  1. “the building feels like it belongs on this beach.”

    iStar and Anda Andrei couldn’t be more out of touch with the community and reality.

    The irony of a $1M+ condo with a luxury spa and resort hotel in Asbury Park, the home of the working man’s hero, Bruce Springsteen is completely lost on everyone involved in this project. One has to wonder if they actually believe the BS that comes out of their mouths.

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