Maridian Properties Acquires 113-Year-Old Office Building in Hoboken

Lions Gate Building Hoboken
Maridian Properties recently announced their acquisition of 95 River Street in Hoboken. Image courtesy of Maridian Properties.

A historic Hoboken property just a block from the Hudson River has changed hands as construction continues to modernize the century-old building.

Maridian Properties, a Hoboken-based real estate developer, recently announced their acquisition of 95 River Street. Newly named as Lions Gate nodding to the lion heads decorating its upper façade, the five-story elevator building offers 22,500 square feet of retail and office space.

The River Street property was built in 1910 for the Steneck Trust Company and last underwent a remodel in 1983. Since closing on the plot late last year, Maridian Properties has installed custom carpeting, wood floors, and designer wall coverings with a full renovation of the lobby underway.

Lions Gate Building 95 River Street Hoboken
Image courtesy of Maridian Properties.

“We viewed this as an opportunity to rejuvenate one of Hoboken’s iconic Beaux Arts buildings and transform it into a modern office space situated in a prime location near the PATH and southern waterfront,” said Mario Fini, Co-Founder of Maridian Properties. “Our vision is to create an appealing environment that caters to a wide range of commercial users, including the tech industry.”

The property sports a Wells Fargo branch on the ground floor and is currently 100% leased thanks in part to its location less than two blocks from Hoboken Terminal and one block from Pier A Park.

The historic property is slated to gain a more modern neighbor, as KMS Development looks to finally break ground on their long delayed Hilton hotel project on a surface parking lot just east of Lions Gate.


Have something to add to this story? Email [email protected].

Click here to sign up for Jersey Digs' free emails and news alerts. Stay up-to-date by following Jersey Digs on Twitter and Instagram, and liking us on Facebook.

No posts to display