10 Provost Street is ideal for the discerning buyer seeking high design perfectly coupled with luxe amenities, but the brand new condo building is also ideally situated for the easiest of commutes for every resident. Located in the heart of Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District, the quaint cobblestones in Provost Square are the only sign of a bygone era as the ease of transportation by train, ferry, or car is thoroughly modern.
A beautiful 28-story building of brick and glass, 10 Provost Street offers luxurious residences and hotel-style amenities at a broad price point.
Each condominium home, from studios to three bedrooms, features a large open floor plan in an elegant contrasting palette of warm wood and cool stone.
Enjoy stunning views from the penthouse-level Sky Lounge with an outdoor terrace, fire pit, and TV. A billiards table and the demonstration kitchen also have the sweeping skyline as a backdrop.
The grand lobby is attended 24/7 and amenities abound as you ascend 10 Provost Street. On the seventh floor, find a pool deck with plenty of seating plus a terrace with grills, a fire pit, and a TV. Resident lounges, a more formal conference room, children’s play areas, and a fitness center with yoga studio are on the seventh floor as well. Also in the building is a pet spa and dog run.
As for the commute, the Grove Street PATH is just a two-minute walk from 10 Provost Street, and at the station, Manhattan-bound riders have the option of either the 33rd Street train or the World Trade Center train. Both are incredibly fast. Grove Street to the World Trade Center is just seven minutes. Grove Street to the end of the line at 33rd Street is only 18 minutes and obviously less time to the five stations in between. Easy transfers are available to get to Hoboken and it’s a straight shot in the other direction to reach Newark with in-station access to Newark Penn Station for NJ Transit and Amtrak.
10 Provost Street is an eight-minute walk from The Harborside Station along the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail which offers service from Bayonne to the south all the way to North Bergen, enabling easy access to both Hudson and Bergen counties along the Hudson River. New York Waterway ferry service is also available from Harborside on the waterfront.
If driving is your daily routine, get into your car in 10 Provost Street’s parking garage directly from the building lobby and head north on Marin Boulevard for less than two miles and find the entrance to the Holland Tunnel immediately to the east and I-78 to the New Jersey Turnpike to the west.
Beyond the singular location steps from transportation and all of downtown Jersey City, 10 Provost Street is a unique Toll Brothers City Living residential development that is complementing and transforming the Powerhouse Arts District and what was once an abandoned industrial area. The last phase of the project will complete the cobblestoned pedestrian area between Morgan and Bay Streets, the Belgian block plaza, with a performing arts theater.
To experience the lifestyle firsthand, schedule an appointment with the sales team, visit 10Provost.com, or call 201.350.5944.