Fresh from today’s New York Post report on hot new tristate projects:
Bergen County’s Cliffside Park, between the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel on the Jersey side of the Hudson River, is where you’ll find the One Park condominium. Sales are anticipated for summer, with prices set to begin in the $500,000s. This glassy 320 Adolphus Ave. building — designed by Architectura — has 204 apartments, with floor plans spanning one- to four-bedrooms. (It’s developed by DMG Investments.) Each home has private outdoor space (some have wide views of Manhattan over the Hudson), floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-like bathrooms with freestanding tubs, open showers and porcelain floors. The perks extend throughout the rest of the property, with a heated pool, a gym, a residents’ lounge, a children’s playroom, a screening room and a golf simulator — all crowned by a landscaped roof deck. And to make commutes to Manhattan easier, there’s also a shuttle service to the Port Imperial ferry terminal, for quick water taxi service to Midtown and downtown Manhattan.
Contact: Halstead Property Development Marketing, 201-633-7600