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Hartz Mountain launches leasing for resort-inspired apartments


Weehawken, NJ — Hartz Mountain Industries has commenced leasing for Hoboken Point, the luxury resort-style apartment development situated along the Hudson River on the border of Hoboken in Weehawken's Lincoln Harbor enclave. Surrounded by water on two sides with panoramas of the NYC skyline, Hoboken Point caters to the modern 'hybrid' professional, offering a wealth of amenities crafted for balance, wellness and convenience, including an expansive co-working space dubbed the Work Lab.

"In an era where hybrid work models redefine the way we live and work, the concept of home has taken on a new significance," said Gus Milano, president and COO at Hartz Mountain Industries. "It’s now more critical than ever to provide an elevated at-home environment that balances work, wellness and leisure. Offering a condo-style living experience in rental form, complete with a cohesive array of hotel-inspired amenities, Hoboken Point rises to this challenge, setting a new standard in contemporary living for New Jersey’s vibrant Gold Coast.”

Designed by CetraRuddy, the award-winning architecture, interior design and planning firm, Hoboken Point ascends 15 stories in height from its location at 100 Harbor Blvd. The building is composed of two sculptural towers rising from a landscaped amenity podium that cascades down to the shore.

“Hoboken Point’s sculpted form creates a beacon of excellence on the shoreline while curating a waterfront lifestyle that reflects the vibrancy of its location,” said John Cetra, FAIA, founding principal of CetraRuddy.

CetraRuddy’s interior design stems from the concept of an ‘urban marina’. Throughout the amenity spaces, sinuous curved lines, sophisticated details and warm wood paneling evoke the feeling of being aboard a luxury yacht. At the heart of these offerings is the Work Lab, a nearly 5,200 s/f private coworking space boasting panoramic views of the Hudson River. Here, residents can access a professional work environment complete with private conference rooms, comfortable seating, tech-enabled video conferencing.

The Lincoln Harbor neighborhood is a 60-acre waterfront area that has evolved from a business and dining destination to a complete live-work-stay-play neighborhood offering a range of lifestyle services and amenities. The enclave, in addition to sitting on the northern border of Hoboken, is home to a Whole Foods Market; popular culinary destinations such as Blu on the Hudson, Chart House, Ruth's Chris Steak House and more; and the Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel. Lincoln Harbor also features an expansive public park system that includes a dog park, the Weehawken Pier stretching more than 400 feet into the Hudson River with kayak and fishing docks, as well as Lincoln Harbor Park, which plays host to the Hudson Riverfront Performing Arts Center’s popular free summer concerts series.

The neighborhood is adjacent to the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel and a NJ Transit bus stop with frequent non-stop service to and from Manhattan. In addition, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is only one block away, providing connections to the PATH system and other locations in Hoboken and Jersey City. Finally, Hoboken Point is located directly on the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway, an 18.5-mile public walkway that runs from the George Washington Bridge all the way south to Hoboken, Liberty State Park in Jersey City and Bayonne.

Envisioned as the neighborhood’s definitive upscale address, Hoboken Point includes 262 sanctuary-like residences ranging from studios to two-bedroom-plus-den layouts, all featuring premium condo-level finishes. Each home provides an idyllic version of modern urban living with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and Hoboken; as well as 12’-14’ ceilings in certain units, custom plank French white oak flooring and spacious custom closet systems. Chef-inspired kitchens are equipped with custom-designed gloss white lacquer cabinetry, open shelving details, white quartz waterfall countertops and stainless-steel appliances.

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