Avora Port Imperial Ferry TerminalDMG Investments, the developer of One Park in Cliffside Park, N.J., has entered into an agreement with NY Waterway to expand the ferry operator’s complimentary shuttle bus service between its main terminal at Port Imperial in Weehawken and the new luxury condominium building located at 320 Adolphus Avenue.

The new bus route launched in conjunction with the arrival of the first residents at the 14-story, 204-unit luxury building.  The free public shuttles will connect to NY Waterway’s Port Imperial terminal in Weehawken where ferries carry commuters across the Hudson River to the West 39th Street Terminal in Midtown Manhattan in eight minutes, and the Wall Street and Brookfield Place terminals in downtown Manhattan in under 20 minutes.

Multiple busses will operate on the route during morning and evening rush hours.  One Park is situated just three miles from the Weehawken ferry terminal.

The noteworthy announcement reflects both One Park’s and Cliffside Park’s ascension into a preferred New Jersey’s Gold Coast residential destination.   With a unique location atop the Palisades offering uninterrupted views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline, One Park blends modern residences and a full complement of world-class amenities and services with a favorable commute to Manhattan and close proximity to the dynamic waterfront lifestyle scene below.

The enhanced commuter convenience also follows the start of the Route 495 viaduct construction project which promises to snarl traffic into and out of the Lincoln Tunnel for the next 2 ½ years – a major inconvenience that won’t affect One Park residents who opt for the carefree ferry ride to Manhattan.

“We couldn’t be more excited to join with NY Waterway and introduce the expanded bus route which will pay great dividends to not only residents of One Park, but the entire Cliffside Park community,” said Jacky He, Executive Vice President of DMG Investments.

“This public service will unlock yet another commuter option by providing a worry-free trip to the New York Waterway ferry terminal, the most reliable Hudson River crossing and quickest access point to Manhattan.”

“We commend DMG Investments for recognizing that reliable transportation is a critical part of any living experience,” said NY Waterway President & Founder Arthur E. Imperatore.  “For almost 32 years, we have worked to make life better for our customers and we are proud to partner with DMG Investments as we continue this tradition.”

“I am delighted that Cliffside Park residents will now have direct access to NY Waterway’s Weehawken terminal,” added Cliffside Park Mayor Thomas Calabrese.  “The new bus service will enable Cliffside Park residents who work in New York to have a quicker, more cost effective commute. I want to thank New York Waterway for helping to facilitate this new service.”

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Located on the southeastern tip of Bergen County, the borough of Cliffside Park has long attracted those commuting to New York City for business and pleasure who appreciate its proximity to the George Washington Bridge and Lincoln Tunnel.  Mass transportation includes New Jersey Transit busses which whisk travelers into Manhattan’s Port Authority Bus Terminal.

One Park features a mix of lavishly-appointed one- to four-bedroom homes and a comprehensive roster of resort-style amenities.  Residences are priced from the $500,000s.  Sales information is available at the on-site sales gallery.

Created by noted architectural firm Architectura, One Park features a glass window wall facade designed to incorporate elements of the building’s unique location on the riverfront of the Palisades Cliffs.  Residences range from 751 to 2,983 square-feet and each one has private outdoor space.

Interior spaces, curated by boutique design firm VLDG Inc., feature expansive kitchens with chef-caliber appliances, the finest fixtures, and breathe taking views. Bedroom suites are calm sanctuaries for rest and relaxation, with floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the space with light. Spa-inspired master bathrooms are adorned with a freestanding sculpted tub, large open shower, porcelain flooring and richly-toned wall tiles.

The dramatic elegance and sophistication of One Park are further enhanced by its more than 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.  These will include a 24-hour attended front desk, an Aquatic Center featuring an indoor 55-foot heated pool with sauna and steam rooms, and adjoining outdoor sun deck; private furnished roof deck including dining terrace with grilling stations, fire pits, intimate seating areas and outdoor movie theater.  There’s also a state-of-the-art fitness center with private pilates room, squash court, golf simulator, children’s playroom, pet spa, guest suites and a secure parking garage with a fully-automated Unitronics system.

For more information on One Park, please call 201-633-7600 or visit www.OneParkCondosNJ.com



Headquartered in New York City at 100 Wall Street, DMG Investments LLC (“DMG”) was established in 2013 as the US subsidiary of DoThink Holding Group, a well-known real estate developer in China.

DMG focuses on real estate acquisitions, development and management as well as financing. Leveraging the expertise of a team of dedicated real estate professionals with decades of experience creating and adding value for investors, DMG has amassed a portfolio of best-in-class assets across the US in dynamic markets in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Tennessee and Wisconsin.

As the portfolio continues to grow, DMG is dedicated to providing amenities and services that enhance the livability of each project be it in the student housing, traditional multifamily or condominium sector. In the years to come, the goal of DMG is to become a global real estate enterprise with a world-class reputation for sustainable development and a business philosophy that emphasizes the importance of delivering value for investors, owners and residents.

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