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Jersey City Heights is a neighborhood known for its history, a Colonial heritage exemplified by the gracious Victorian and Edwardian architecture that characterizes its homes. But over the next few months, two new condominium projects are finishing up construction that may change the way you look at The Heights.
Now nearing completion, the projects at 223 Hancock Avenue and 84 Manhattan Avenue will offer homeowners the kind of genuine modern city living experience you’d expect to find in downtown JC or Hoboken. In the coming weeks, we’ll have your first look inside each of these game-changing properties, but for now, enjoy our sneak preview.
223 Hancock’s homes each include two bedrooms and two baths. Extraordinary features include quartz counter tops, custom high gloss cabinets, wide plank oak flooring, stainless steel appliances, spa-like bathrooms, Nest controlled central A/C, washer/dryer in every unit along with dedicated storage. It is expected to reach completion in approximately 60 days.
84 Manhattan consists of two three-bedroom, two-bath residences, and a four-bedroom, three-bath duplex. Each home includes an outdoor balcony, terrace, or yard space; completion is about 90 days out on this one.
Both are just steps away from green space. 84 Manhattan sites directly across from Pershing Field and 223 Hancock is a block off Washington Park. Future residents will also enjoy easy access to the shops and restaurants along both Central and Palisade Avenues.
As for the market, Zillow rates The Heights as a “very hot”, with home values in 07307 up 24% in the past year and projected to rise another 7.4% in the next — making it one of the best neighborhoods in Jersey City to own a home.
The residences at 223 Hancock start at $475,000 while 84 Manhattan’s three-bedroom homes begin at $699,000.
Keep an eye out for a more in-depth look at both projects soon.