A cobblestoned, East Coast cousin of San Francisco’s Lombard Street is tucked away in the New Jersey Palisades.
Plans have been revealed for a massive expansion of a mixed-use development complex along Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken. The complex will include hundreds of new residential units, a hotel, and a grocery store.
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.
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.
The latest development to hit Weehawken's Port Imperial is the final phase of Lennar’s Henley on Hudson project, which the company says is set to launch pre-construction sales later this year.
Weehawken’s Lincoln Harbor neighborhood has a brand-new waterfront attraction and a few more nearby revamped piers will be coming soon, which is helping spark some residential growth in an area that has some of the best Manhattan views you can find.
Last week, Weehawken Mayor Richard F. Turner joined Lennar, one of the nations largest home builders, to cut the ceremonial ribbon on 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, a boutique collection of luxury condominiums.
Ground broke yesterday at what will soon be Weehawken’s newest luxury residential project. Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner was there for the ground breaking, as well as municipal and company officials.