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With contemporary good looks and the modern conveniences to match, this triplex penthouse at 99 Montgomery St. is a stunning place to live.
The latest addition to the Harborside skyline, the sleek and striking Jersey City Urby is already drawing sophisticated, young residents with its blend of robust lifestyle programming and amenities, plus a truly remarkable design aesthetic.
If you’ve ever coveted a SoHo-style loft on this side of the river, you need to see this residence in Jersey City’s popular Heights neighborhood.
Last year we predicted 2016 would bring unprecedented development to Jersey City. As it turns out, that’s exactly what happened. If 2016 was the year of planning projects, 2017 is the year of breaking ground.
Three bedroom condominiums are hard to find among Jersey City’s luxury high rise buildings – and this one is rare indeed, boasting 2,025 square feet of luxurious and comfortable living space, conveniently located in Jersey City’s budding Powerhouse Arts District.
Located in the iconic Wells Fargo warehouse and stables, this loft with 45-foot high ceilings has been dramatically transformed into a living space that’s comfortable and personal, with the added bonus of NYC views from the living room and third floor.
Just steps away from the park, this gut-renovated brownstone at 225 8th Street offers modern comforts and high-end finishes throughout five floors and 3,000 sq. ft. of indoor living space including 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
With eye-catching finishes throughout and a prime location just off Grand Street near the Grove Street PATH station, this three-family home at 237 Grove Street combines convenience and style.
Mack-Cali is making major capital investments along the waterfront in the retail, commercial, residential, and public spaces to create a “pedestrian-friendly urban landscape at the water’s edge” and a real “live work play” neighborhood.
A prominent landmark in a rapidly developing neighborhood could be revived and expanded under a proposed new district, which would preserve a piece of Jersey City’s history and update it for modern times.