The time for your first home purchase is closer than you think at the Glass House in Edgewater. That’s because a $10,000 closing costs credit awaits attendees of this first-time homebuyer’s event at the luxury riverfront condominium.
If you’ve been daydreaming about a new home with river views and outdoor space, stop by between 6 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, September 27, when you can tour the remaining residences at the Glass House and the Pearl, learn about the Unison home investment program, and bank $10,000 toward closing costs. Even better, there will be refreshments.
Check out the modern inspired elegance of the Glass House, designed to optimize the New York City skyline and Hudson River views. Much more than just a pretty vista, however, the Glass House offers residents a resort-style amenity collection that includes a magnificent private rooftop pool surrounded by cabanas, a library, club rooms, and other inviting spaces that will truly make this place feel like home.
A full 70% of the residences at the Glass House have already sold, with immediate occupancy now available in the North Tower. With a combination of state-of-the-art features, meticulously modern design, and an artisan’s attention to detail, it’s easy to understand their popularity.
Those river and skyline views are maximized by floor-to-ceiling Marvin windows that rise up from the wide-plank, long-length, white oak floors as high as twelve feet. Each residence also includes a significant outdoor balcony space. How significant? We’re talking a full third of the total living space — a remarkable amount of private outdoor space for a condominium home.
Kitchens are elegantly equipped with a designer package comprised of a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf hooded range, and Bosch microwave and dishwasher. With Caesarstone quartz counters, glass tile backsplash, and custom designer wood cabinets, kitchens look good enough to eat (in).
Master baths are spa-inspired with a glass-enclosed shower with hand-held shower head and a separate freestanding soaking tub, along with Kohler chrome fixtures, ceramic tile, and a dual Caesarstone quartz vanity.
Conveniences include a NEST smart home thermostat system, Whirlpool washer and dryer, a Comelit intercom, an energy-efficient York HVAC system, and pre-wiring for blinds or shades.
The lifestyle at Glass House is just as remarkable as the living spaces, nowhere more so than at The Oasis Club, an elevated perch perfect for parties and other assorted enjoyments, with indoor and outdoor recreational spaces aplenty. Start with a swim or a sunbathing session. Relax in a cabana or enjoy lively conversation around the fire pits. There’s a grill and outdoor dining area as well for epic meal times, all with amazing views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.
Residents at the Glass House can stay active with a choice of wellness-focused amenities like a fitness center, complete with a wide selection of cardio gear. As for younger residents, they can get active in the kids club.
There’s a spacious screening room for movie night and a library to keep residents productive. And it’s impossible to overlook the two-story designer lobby, staffed with a concierge dedicated to resident needs.
And if you need a great Gold Coast location, the Glass House fulfills. The 24-acre Edgewater Harbor offers a walkable community built around a true Main Street with 20 restaurants and shops. Along the waterfront, the Riverwalk stretches from one end of the harbor to the other and includes a dog run and a private 100-foot pier exclusively available to residents.
Edgewater Harbor also offers private ferry shuttle service; additionally, the Glass House is just 15 minutes away from the NY Waterway ferry ride to Midtown and Wall Street.
The first-time homeowners’ event will include an introduction to the Unison home investment program, through which buyers who have 5% for a down payment can enjoy the benefits of a 20% down payment — specifically, the ability to avoid PMI. Unison puts down the other 15%, hoping to see a return on their investment from appreciation when the homeowner sells.