After buyers quickly claimed 95 percent of Weehawken condominium building Avora’s available first phase of residences, developer Landsea has now kicked off phase two.
The designer models showcase the livability, wow factor, and city views of the homes through 1,000+ square feet of living space.
Every once in a while, a building comes along that challenges expectations. For Port Imperial in Weehawken, that building is Avora, an ultra-luxury 184-unit resort style condominium community. It’s a bold project led by Landsea, the first new developer to enter the Port Imperial market since 2008.
For an income stream close to the river, this owner-occupier opportunity at 53 46th Street in Weehawken will keep the money flowing in.
Last week, Landsea Homes unveiled and officially opened its 183-home, ultra-luxury community along the Hudson River.
A company associated with Mack-Cali’s Roseland Residential Trust and a business known as Butcher and Baker is planning to transfer a liquor license to RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial.
The Acme location on Park Avenue in Weehawken is expected to close in October just a few years after it opened.
Two years after first announcing, Hudson County’s first Whole Foods today finally opened its doors to the public.
This week, developer Landsea announced the closing of a $102.3 million construction loan to fund the remaining construction on their Avora project in Weehawken.
The planning board will be taking additional testimony later this month on the 344-unit project, which has several hurdles to clear before moving forward.