The curtain was pulled back last week on one of Weehawken’s most anticipated projects. Up until now, the bold, contemporary designed Avora at Port Imperial existed mainly in renderings or shielded by construction equipment. Now, with the project nearly complete, Landsea Homes has unveiled and officially opened its 183-home, ultra-luxury community along the Hudson River.
“As we stand here today with Mayor Turner, fellow Township officials and other dignitaries, we celebrate the important milestone when vision becomes reality,” said Gabe Pasquale, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Landsea Homes. “We carefully selected the Weehawken waterfront for its unique and desirable lifestyle attributes, including a world-class waterfront setting, considerable open space and proximity to Manhattan, and designed a modern, sophisticated and amenity-rich building for it to set a new standard of luxury living in the area. We’re thrilled to now raise the curtain on Avora and fully introduce it to the public.”
Designed by internationally-renowned IBI Group, with interiors by Interior Design Associates (IDA), the striking 11-story building has drawn the attention of potential buyers and industry insiders alike. Last year, it was crowned “National Community of the Year” at The Nationals 2018 in Orlando, FL. Buyers saw the value in the project as well with many acting quickly to secure a home, selling out the first phase very early in the pre-construction process.
A major draw to the project is its location – directly next to both the NY Waterways Ferry Hudson Bergen Light Rail.
“While there’s so much to enjoy at Avora and along the Weehawken waterfront, our location also provides the perfect launching point to enjoy all that Manhattan has to offer, as well as the dynamic dining, shopping and nightlife found along River Road and in neighboring Hoboken,” said Mr. Pasquale. “There’s also easy access to highways linking Avora to the Jersey Shore, upstate New York and beyond. It’s an appealing convenience that’s clearly resonating with buyers.”
Now that the building is open, prospective buyers are able to tour the building’s vast amenity spaces as well as individual homes. A collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes – as well as a limited offering of duplex Penthouses are still available. Homes are currently priced from the $800,000’s to more than $4 million.
To learn more about Avora, read our full write up on the project here: Lifestyle, Looks, and Lower Taxes: Occupancy Is Rapidly Approaching for Weehawken’s Avora