Gold Coast Living

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Waterfront living also is available at Lennar’s upscale Henley on Hudson and 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial.

Last weekend, the Star Ledger ran a special Gold Coast Living section. Check the stories out below:

Live-Work-Play on the Gold Coast

Encompassing the desirable waterfront area from Bayonne to Fort Lee, New Jersey’s Gold Coast represents one of the state’s hottest new residential destinations. And when it comes to offering a range of exciting lifestyle options that strike the optimal live-work-play balance for prospective buyers/renters, these Gold Coast properties prove that they have the recipe for success. FULL STORY 

Striking new Gold along the Hudson River waterfront

From Bayonne to Fort Lee, new residential neighborhoods and commercial office space continue to rise along the Hudson River waterfront. Real estate professionals often refer to this region as the Gold Coast because of its amazing investment potential. FULL STORY

Tour of the towns: Where convenience meets luxury

Those craving easy access to Manhattan, the comfortable feel of an established neighborhood, or luxury living in a high-end development are discovering those components co-exist along New Jersey’s Gold Coast region.

The area, which lies beside the Hudson River facing Manhattan, has earned its name as a treasured location for all it offers to a variety of buyers and renters alike. From millennials looking for their first home to retirees seeking the perfect blend of suburban and urban living, the waterfront mecca has been enjoying a resurgence in recent years.

Thanks to recent tax abatement programs in several Gold Coast towns, buyers are taking advantage of significant reductions in residential property taxes. As housing demand continues to grow, new apartments offer luxury living in a sought-after location.

Take a tour of the towns that offer some of the most spectacular views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and numerous other benefits. FULL STORY

 

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