Jaw-dropping exteriors, layouts that inspire good living, and world-class amenities make Park and Shore the most coveted pair of addresses in Jersey City’s waterfront Newport neighborhood. These awe-inspiring buildings rise to prominent perches adjacent to Newport Green Park, and the Hoboken NJ Transit and ferry terminal, offering residents unparalleled convenience and thrilling views of the World Trade Center, the Hudson River, and Manhattan.
The first building in the Park and Shore complex, 75 Park Lane, welcomes residents with elegant landscaping that surrounds the porte-cochère. The homes offer oversized windows that abound with light and air, along with wide plank oak floors. Spacious open layouts and a modern aesthetic complement features designed for today’s contemporary lifestyle.
Without question, the chef’s kitchens are the focal point of these residences. They’re equipped with state-of-the-art Bosch and Broan appliance packages, undermount stainless sinks, and custom walnut millwork with satin nickel trim. The waterfall island and countertop are made of Madreperola quartzite, functional enough to create great meals and stylish enough to entertain.
Similarly, thoughtful finishes can be found in the powder room, with a Bianco Mist flamed accent wall, honed Basaltina floors and Kohler Purist fixtures. In the master bath, gleaming white marble floors and walls and a white quartz vanity create a sense of serenity.
Some of the amenities available to residents of 75 Park Lane include a large swimming pool, fitness center, and sky lounge. There’s also a children’s play area inspired by Moby Dick, and a wine tasting lounge with a private dining room. For productivity, residents can rely on the lounge with co-working and conference areas.
75 Park Lane homeowners can also access the facilities around the corner, where the nouveau industrial Shore House offers a luxurious aesthetic inspired by the gritty history of places like Tribeca and Brooklyn, but interpreted through today’s luxury lens.
In the lobby, you’ll find an intimate and chic entry, blackened steel along one wall, ship-lapped oak planks on others, and all illuminated by Edison bulbs.
Several of the living rooms at Shore House feature unobstructed views of midtown Manhattan, and they all enjoy oversized windows, expansive layouts, and walnut floors. The kitchens are accented with smoke gray painted oak millwork with Venetian bronze trim along with white Carrera marble kitchen counters. The appliances are by Integral Bosch.
Master baths here are built around a console-style walnut vanity with Venetian bronze accents and glacier white quartz, offering a pleasing counterpoint to the white begonia floors and walls.
When it’s time to relax, head up to Shore House’s rooftop lounge, where you can fire up one of the grills and entertain around a bar and kitchen area. You’ll find plenty of seating and incredible panoramic views.
Shore House’s amenities also include a state-of-the-art fitness room with a customized TRX workout area and separate cardio and strength training zones. The industrial aesthetic continues here as well, with metal mesh acoustic treatments, distressed wood floors, and exposed concrete finishes.
A limited number of residences are currently available at Park and Shore, with pricing starting at $650,000. For more information, visit ParkandShore.com, email [email protected] or call 201-798-0008.