‘One Park’ Sales Gallery Officially Opens Its Doors

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Rendering Credit: Architectura

In yet another sign that New Jersey’s coastline opposite Manhattan is booming, local dignitaries joined principals of DMG Investments yesterday to celebrate the opening of an on-site sales gallery at One Park, a 204-unit luxury condominium project currently rising atop the Palisades.

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Designed by Fort Lee-based firm Architectura, the building, located in Cliffside Park, will top out at 14-stories. The just-opened Sales Gallery features interactive visual displays, a kitchen vignette with authentic finishes and appointments, and a model representation of the building that accentuates the property’s unimpeded Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views.

“This is an exciting milestone for both our new luxury condominium building and the borough of Cliffside Park,” said Jacky He, Executive Vice President of DMG Investments, which is developing One Park and tapped Halstead Property Development Marketing as the building’s exclusive sales and marketing agent.

The Bergen county borough, in between Edgewater and Fort Lee, has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the developers believe that One Park’s modern luxury will rise to a level traditionally found in Manhattan projects.

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Rendering Credit: Architectura

One Park’s amenities seem to back that up, as the property will feature an Aquatic Center with an indoor heated pool, adjoining outdoor sun deck, a sauna and steam rooms. Other perks at the property include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a golf simulator, a children’s playroom, a pet spa, guest suites, and a private furnished roof deck that includes a dining terrace, grilling stations, fire pits, intimate seating areas and an outdoor movie theater.

A collection of one, two, three and four-bedroom residences at One Park are preview-priced from $500,000. The building is scheduled to open sometime later this year.


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