HOMEBUYERS INVITED TO VISIT AVORA ON 8-18-18 AND EXPERIENCE THE GOOD FORTUNE OF BUYING WITH LANDSEA HOMES

Avora Model Home DuskNew homebuyers are invited to visit Avora on the Weehawken, NJ waterfront facing Midtown Manhattan on 8-18-18, a day of good fortune, and enjoy the positive experience that comes with purchasing a home from Landsea Homes.  A number of compelling sales incentives will be offered throughout the day at Avora, which features 183 luxury condominium homes and a full suite of indoor and outdoor amenities.

Landsea Homes designs and builds homes and communities that reflect modern living.  The company’s hallmark is creating inspired spaces and features, built in vibrant, prime locations, where residents can connect seamlessly with their surrounding and enjoy the local lifestyle for work, leisure and play.

An international homebuilding company that thinks globally but operates locally, Landsea Homes brings a depth of knowledge, insight and experience to each of their communities and delivers homes that are innovative and forward thinking.  The Landsea Homes team is among the best and brightest in the industry, with seasoned talent, depth, experience and knowledge that allows for identifying great opportunities and delivering a superior product to homebuyers.  The company’s insights, innovative approaches and open-minded thinking are the keys to how it chooses where to build, what to build, how to build – and most importantly – the reason why Landsea Homes builds, for its homebuyers.

Sustainability is a defining characteristic of a Landsea home, from the use of high-performance windows and whole house fans, to solar power and other significant advancements that contribute to healthier and more enjoyable living. Continue reading

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A look inside Avora, Hudson’s newest waterfront condo building (PHOTOS)

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(Reena Rose Sibayan |The Jersey Journal)

By Reena Rose Sibayan | The Jersey Journal

Landsea Homes, Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner and township officials held a ceremonial ribbon cutting Thursday for the grand opening of Avora at Port Imperial. The occasion marks the completion of Avora’s full suite of indoor and outdoor amenities.

“We celebrate the important milestone when vision becomes reality,” said Gabe Pasquale, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Landsea Homes, which is developing Avora adjacent to the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal. “We carefully selected the Weehawken waterfront for its unique and desirable lifestyle attributes, including a world-class waterfront setting, considerable open space and proximity to Manhattan, and designed a modern, sophisticated and amenity-rich building for it to set a new standard of luxury living in the area. We’re thrilled to now raise the curtain on Avora and fully introduce it to the public.” See Photos

Newly Reduced Taxes Make the Award-Winning Avora More Appealing than Ever

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A balcony at Avora at Port Imperial on the Weehawken waterfront (rendering).

via JerseyDigs – Did you hear about the historic tax reduction happening in Weehawken right now? The markdown from 2.23% to 1.49% has made this one of the Gold Coast’s most homeowner-friendly zip codes and has turned Avora into perhaps the hottest address this side of the Hudson.

From its poetic perch on the Weehawken waterfront, Avora combines jaw-dropping good looks, luxury amenities straight out of a five-star resort, and contemporary condominium homes that seamlessly blend drama, comfort, and style. The 11-story building is conveniently located within the $2 billion Port Imperial master-planned community, with light rail and ferry right on site providing quick commutes to neighboring Hoboken and Jersey City, as well as Midtown and Downtown Manhattan, including Hudson Yards. FULL STORY

Avora buyers reap benefit of Weehawken tax cut

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Weehawken Township recently announced an historic reduction in its property taxes, lowering the rate from 2.23 percent to 1.49 percent — one of the lowest along the New Jersey Gold Coast.

Slated to take effect in 2018, the new rate is quickly reverberating throughout the region as buyers factor in the significant cost savings it will yield over the length of their home ownership.

 At Avora, Weehawken’s signature new condominium building which features 184 waterfront residences, unobstructed views of midtown Manhattan and an impressive amenity offering, purchasers will enjoy up to $96,190 in savings over a ten-year period on a new two-bedroom residence priced at $1,225,620.

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Landsea Closes $102.3 Million Construction Loan for Avora Luxury Condominium Project on Weehawken, NJ Waterfront

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NEW YORK, NY – Landsea has announced that it closed on a $102.3M construction loan for Avora, a 184-unit luxury condominium project rising on the Weehawken, NJ waterfront facing midtown Manhattan.  The amenity-rich 10- and 11-story building, which also includes 6,000 square-feet of ground-floor retail space, is under construction, with initial occupancy scheduled for first quarter, 2018.  The financing was secured by Landsea with the assistance of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) through the Bank of the Ozarks.

John Ho, CEO of Landsea, said: “Securing this financing reflects the appeal of Avora by a commercial lending institution eager to invest in a project with an exceptional Manhattan-centric location, world-class design, and a global marketing program that has already yielded significant pre-construction sales in the United States and abroad.  Avora continues Landsea’s nationwide strategy to acquire well-located sites in prominent United States gateway cities for transit-oriented, residential developments.” Continue reading

Avora: Not Your Typical New Jersey Waterfront Condo Development

Avora rises on the Weehawken, N.J., waterfront with 184 luxury condominiums, resort-like amenities, Manhattan skyline views and a riverfront setting with ferry service to midtown and downtown Manhattan.

2017-01-26_10-20-09via Brownstoner.com – Chances are you live in or near Brooklyn for the vibrant street life and urban conveniences, but if you’ve been thinking about adding a, dare we say, suburban dimension to your lifestyle with a quieter setting, more open space and incredible amenities — while still enjoying an ultra-convenient commute to Manhattan — the Weehawken, N.J., waterfront should rank high on your list.

And if the tough decision to move out of your favorite New York City nabe includes the desire to move up to a luxury condominium building with hotel-like amenities and services, look no further than Avora. Even among deluxe waterfront developments in the New York area, Avora stands out.

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SALES LAUNCH AT AVORA AT PORT IMPERIAL

avoravia RESIDENT magazine – With demand for new high-end condominiums with proximity to Manhattan on the rise, Landsea has launched sales for Avora, an 11-story, amenity-rich building on Weehawken, NJ’s Hudson River waterfront with unparalleled views of the midtown Manhattan skyline. Ideally located just steps from the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal — which provides an ultra-convenient 8-minute commute into New York City – Avora features 184 premium one-, two- and three-bedroom condominium homes, as well as a limited offering of duplex Penthouses. Homes are pre-construction priced from the $800,000’s to more than $4 million, with initial occupancy anticipated for first quarter, 2018.

“The appeal of the New Jersey Gold Coast continues to grow, particularly in Weehawken as buyers are drawn to its quality of life in terms of a waterfront setting, commuter convenience, urban/suburban attributes and significant value,” said Gabe Pasquale, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Landsea, which is developing Avora. “With Manhattan prices continuing to escalate, the Hudson Yards poised to transform the West Side into a major economic hub, strong international recognition of the area, and an over-inflated rental market, Avora will tap into the considerable interest of an under-served segment of the marketplace.”

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