Ready to move: Everything you need to know about Union City

-3449e42caf9d30a8Shawn Choi never planned to move to Union City. 

He had been living in Jersey City for nine years and commuting to his job in Queens. But with his wife expecting their first child next month, they needed a bigger space than their studio in Newport. They looked in Fort Lee, but were unable to find something that suited their needs, he said.

Then they found a two-bedroom condo in a recently renovated high-rise on Central Avenue. They moved into The Lenox in February.  

“It was much better priced than any other location,” he said. “With our budget, we’re not even able to get a studio in [Newport].”

Gold Coast without a coast

Union City is part of the “Gold Coast”–the roughly 19 mile stretch along the Hudson River that spans several municipalities in Hudson and Bergen counties. Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken and Edgewater tend to dominate the discussion when it comes to growing demand for property in the region, and a quick drive along the waterfront partially explains why. 

Union City–bounded by Jersey City, North Bergen, Weehawken, Hoboken and West New York–doesn’t have waterfront property and doesn’t have direct access to a PATH station or ferry. What the city does have is pedestrian-friendly residential and commercial areas that are not only close to transit options, but offer a diverse mix of restaurants, businesses and entertainment. 

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Former Jersey City Renters Head to Lenox Condos in Union City for Space, Luxury and Location

The Lenox Lobby

The Lobby at The Lenox

Shawn Choi Finds A New Home For Growing Family Minutes from New York City

UNION CITY, N.J. – Shawn Choi embraced the vibrant urban environment he received in a rental home in downtown Jersey City.  And while City living within close proximity to Manhattan was ideal, Mr. Choi and his wife were preparing to welcome their first child knew they needed a larger home to start a family.

“We we’re living in a studio apartment in the Newport waterfront neighborhood of Jersey City,” Mr. Choi says.  “Our first child is due in mid-March and the time had come to purchase a home with more space.”

The Choi’s set out to find a new home that offered many of the same attributes as their Jersey City apartment – maintenance-free atmosphere, ease of commute into New York City and an abundance of restaurants, conveniences and services nearby — but could also accommodate their growing family.  They started their search by visiting Bergen County condominium communities in Ft. Lee and Englewood, but found they were slightly too far from midtown Manhattan.

The couple turned their attention back to Hudson County where they would find their new upscale urban home just three miles from the Lincoln Tunnel and Port Authority Bus Terminal at The Lenox, a luxury condominium building located at 500 Central Avenue in Union City.

“We found Lenox through an online search,” Mr. Choi recalls.  “It had exactly what we were looking for in terms of pricing and good transportation options, including a shuttle to Hoboken PATH trains and New Jersey Transit Busses within walking distance.  We could commute into New York City in short order.”

The Choi’s purchased a spacious two-bedroom condominium home at The Lenox for over $300,000.

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

“The homes are freshly renovated and move-in ready,” Mr. Choi continues.  “The appliances and interior features were modern and state-of-the-art.  We also have an expansive living room area that provides plenty of room to grow and boasts large windows to highlight the view.”

The Choi family is just one of many first-time homebuyers who have chosen The Lenox for its desirable blend of luxury living spaces, downtown City environment, closeness to Manhattan and attractive prices starting from just $179,000.  The 16-story high-rise building being developed by Sun Equity Partners is situated in a dynamic neighborhood full of nightlife, restaurants and shops and near major mass transportation options. Continue reading

Union City Emerges as a Residential Destination with Diverse and Vibrant Urban Environment

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

UNION CITY, N.J. – Situated less than 4 miles from Manhattan lies one of Hudson County’s hidden residential treasures.

Union City, a 1.27 square-mile municipality with commanding views of New York City, is best defined by diversity exemplified in its bustling downtown business center. Various ethnic family-owned storefronts mix with newer and modern restaurants, bars and art galleries along upper Bergenline and Summit Avenues to create an upscale living environment that fulfills countless tastes and personal preferences.

Some of the state’s finest eateries call Union City their home, offering delights for any palate.  Cuban dining can be found at El Atresano, El Unico and Mi Bandera, Beyti Kabab offers Turkish fare, while Italian dishes are served at the De Palma Pizzeria at Masina Trattoria Italiana.

Just to the west of Bergenline Avenue, additional brand name retail outlets, such as Walgreens, and everyday services can also been found along Kennedy Boulevard.  To the east of Union City along River Road, like national retailers including Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Marshalls and more, as well as five-star waterfront restaurants such as the Chart House.

Cultural opportunities also abound in Union City.   The Union City Art Gallery at City Hall often displays works of the thriving local artist community, and the Yardley Building — a historic warehouse on Palisades Avenue — is home to artists and galleries.  The Park Performing Arts Center on 32nd Street offers visual and performance arts. Throughout the year, the City also hosts a variety of arts, music and film festivals such as NoHu International Short Film Festival held last October.

While there’s much to do and see in Union City, the entertainment and business centers of Manhattan are also minutes away.  Route 495 leading to the Lincoln Tunnel bisects the City.  Public transportation is also readily available via New Jersey Transit buses with direct service into New York’s Port Authority Terminal.

With Union City undergoing revitalization similar to neighboring Jersey City and Hoboken, it’s no surprise its housing stock has adapted to the changing residential landscape. A decade ago consisting predominantly of brownstones and two-family homes, the Union City skyline has been joined by upscale multi-family buildings that provide the amenities and services of chic Hudson County waterfront addresses at prices much more reflective of the market.

The Lobby at The Lenox

The Lobby at The Lenox

“Word is spreading about Union City as a destination,” says Kelly Marzullo, Director of Marketing for The Lenox, a 16-story high-rise condominium building being developed by Sun Equity Partners at 500 Central Avenue.

“We’re seeing buyers from not only Jersey City, New York City and Hoboken, but also from Essex and Hudson Counties, who want the same convenience and excitement of City living, but have been priced out of waterfront properties. They’re opting for areas such as Union City which has all the same attributes in terms of commutability and vibrancy and an affordable housing market.” Continue reading

Proximity to New York City Draws First-Time Homebuyer to The Lenox in Union City

skyline_0216-Story Condo Building Located Less Than Three Miles from Manhattan

UNION CITY, N.J. – The old real estate adage “location, location, location” certainly had a prominent role in Loren Kleinman’s recent search to purchase her first home.

Ms. Kleinman was already enjoying one of New Jersey most dynamic downtown environments in a rental home in Montclair, N.J., widely known for its restaurants, culture and nightlife. Yet, something was still missing. Ms. Kleinman wanted to be closer to the world-renowned entertainment and business pursuits of New York City.

“A main reason we began looking to purchase was better access to New York City,” she says. “But we also wanted a home that offered an in-building gym, was in walking distance to shops, had a professional on-site management services and provided parking.”

To find her new address, Ms. Kleinman enlisted the help of Paul Marques of Weichert Realtors Hoboken office. Her initial search took her to condominium buildings in Jersey City and Hoboken, some of the most popular urban destinations for those looking for ease of commute into Manhattan.

“We found both Cities to be too expensive,” Ms. Kleinman recalls.

Lenox_lobby_treeThat’s when Mr. Marques suggested The Lenox, a collection of newly-renovated condominiums located on Central Ave. in Hudson County’s Union City. The 16-story high-rise building offered an exciting suite of recreational and social amenities and was situated less than 3 miles from New York City. Two of Ms. Kleinman’s main criteria had been filled.

Homes themselves at The Lenox have been fully renovated and include designer interior appointments and features, affordably priced from just $179,000. The Lenox’s upscale and convenient urban living offered everything Ms. Kleinman desired and her decision to purchase a one-bedroom condominium was quick. Continue reading

The Lenox in Union City Now More than 50% Sold

The Lenox Lobby

The Lobby at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

High-Rise Condominium Building Reports Sales Success With Affordable Pricing, Luxury Homes and Five Star Amenities

UNION CITY, N.J. – The Lenox in Union City is celebrating the Holiday season with several significant milestones, according to its developer Sun Equity Partners.

Most importantly, the 16-story condominium building conveniently located on Central Avenue, minutes from Manhattan, has surpassed the impressive mark of 50% sold.  The important achievement was reach six months after a new collection of luxury residences and an exciting suite of upscale amenities at The Lenox were released to the public.

“The fast sales pace is a true testament to the kind of value we’re offering at The Lenox,” says Abe Tress, Director of Acquisitions of Sun Equity Partners.  “The building was designed to provide young buyers an alternative to the high-priced condos and townhomes found in nearby Hoboken and Jersey City.

“We’re offering well-appointed homes complimented by a package of world-class amenities and commuter-friendly location, all at a price within the budget of first-time homebuyers.  It’s a combination that’s clearly resonated with single-professionals, couples and young families.”

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

In addition to the notable sales mark, the initial purchasers of the recently released inventory are now moving into the building and preparing to enjoy the upcoming Holidays in their new condominium home at The Lenox.

Fully furnished model homes are now open at The Lenox.  Merchandised by prominent interior designer Debbie Weisman of T.D. Designs, the residences illustrate the comfort, value and appeal of the building.

Available for immediate occupancy, the newly-released studios, one- and two-bedroom residences at The Lenox feature spacious floor plans with contemporary finishes and appointments at attractive prices starting from just $179,000.  The building is also approved for favorable financing programs offered by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) that require only a 3.5% down payment.

A variety of floor plans are available at The Lenox which range in size from 535 to 1,089 square feet of living space.  Designer finishes found throughout the homes include hardwood floors, kitchens with stainless steel GE appliances, custom white gloss kitchen cabinetry and quartz countertops with marble backsplashes; and spa-like bathrooms with imported tile walls and floors and Moen shower fixtures.

“Select homes also offer balconies with incredible views,” adds Kelly Marzullo, Director of Marketing for The Lenox.  “Residences facing east enjoy the spectacular expanse of the Hudson River and Manhattan Skyline, while other exposures include sunsets over the preserved wetlands to the west and nearby Washington Park.”

Bolstering the enviable lifestyle at The Lenox are a number of Manhattan-style amenities, including an onsite 24-hour concierge to handle specific needs and requests, magnificent lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge and a clubroom with pool table and flat screen TV.

In addition to its attractive pricing, stylish homes and exciting amenities, The Lenox also offers residents an ultra-convenient location close to mass transportation and major thoroughfares, providing easy access to New York City, New Jersey’s Hudson River ‘Gold Coast’ and Bergen, Essex and Passaic Counties.

“Complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH station is provided from our front door,” Ms. Marzullo points out.  “The building is also one block away from NJ Transit Bus Stop with direct service into New York’s Penn Station, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is a 15-minute walk away at Hoboken’s 8th and Jackson Streets platform.”

An abundance of shopping, restaurants and nightlife can be found near The Lenox in downtown Union City, Edgewater, Hoboken and Jersey City.

For additional information on The Lenox, please call (201) 866-8768 or visit http://www.thelenoxcondosnj.com/.  The building’s Sales Center is open by appointment only.  Open Houses are conducted on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Interior Designer’s Personal Approach and Market Knowledge Showcase Upscale Urban Living at The Lenox in Union City

2b_Lenox_719_05 2MBDebbie Weisman of T.D. Designs Brings Professional Touch To Model Homes and Amenity Spaces at 16-Story Condo Building

UNION CITY, N.J. – The three professionally-decorated model homes and fully-furnished amenities at The Lenox in Union City are proving to be the perfect tool to introduce buyers to the upscale urban lifestyle at the 16-story condominium building on Central Avenue.

The elegant and modern spaces have been merchandised by Debbie Weisman, a professional interior designer with T.D. Designs, who has brought a personal touch and vast knowledge of the local marketplace to vividly illustrate how well The Lenox meets the needs of today’s buyer types.

Mrs. Weisman, who began her career 25 years ago designing residential single-family homes for personal clients in southern New Jersey, conducted extensive research on the Union City housing market to ensure The Lenox highlighted all the elements Hudson County homebuyers seek.

“My first priority is to design rooms that fit a client’s personal needs and tastes and makes them happy to be home,” says Mrs. Weisman, who has been decorating multi-family buildings for the past 15 years.  “This is accomplished by incorporating popular area trends and styles, the most modern furnishings and design elements that reflect individual character.”

At The Lenox, Mrs. Weisman banked on her experience and familiarity of Union City homes having previously toured a variety of condominium residences with local real estate brokers to get a strong feel of the design and interior looks that best served this urban market.

“I wanted to get a sense of what buyers wanted and how these homes could be decorated to appeal to the first-time buyer, professional couples and young families,” she points out.  “I approached the Lenox with a clean slate and relied on my background and research to create a building that is elegant and sophisticated and defines what luxury urban living is all about.  We analyzed the homes prior to renovations and in several instances made suggestions to improve floorplans such as removing a wall to open the layout.”

Mrs. Weisman’s work started in the model homes – each designed to showcase how The Lenox appeals to a wide variety of homebuyer types.

“The studios are ideal for the single, former renter so we created the model to show how open and airy the home could be,” she says.  “For example, the living room has great flow and the layout is sectioned into separate living spaces.   We also placed a high table in the sitting area in order to take full advantage of the magnificent New York City views that fill the room.  The interior design shows all the space there is in this home.”

On the other end of the spectrum, the two-bedroom model displays the ideal lifestyle for the young family with children, Mrs. Weisman continues.

“We used colors such as black, red and grey to give the home some pop,” she says.  “The master bedroom has a very clean and romantic look that immediately catches the eye of adult parents.”

“The second bedroom furnished as a colorful children’s room demonstrates the flexibility of the space by showing how it can be used for up to two children or even as a guest bedroom.  The kitchen is modern with all stainless steel appliances and opens into the dinette to create a very spacious and roomy feel.

“We also put a strong emphasis on closets in all of the homes to illustrate the ample amount of space for clothes or storage.”

Lenox_lobby_03 2MBFirst impressions are everything.  With that in mind, Mrs. Weisman designed the lobby to be a welcoming and warm entry that embraces residents, potential buyers and area brokers from the moment they step into The Lenox.

“We wanted to give the lobby a twist that would separate it from other area condominium buildings,” Mrs. Weisman recalls.  “Our first step was to move the 24-hour concierge desk into the middle of the lobby so the attendant could see both entries. We also positioned it directly in front of the main entry hallway so residents would be greeted by the services they needed as soon as they entered the lobby.  We then created a chic and cool environment with one corner seating area and another sexy gathering place surrounding the grand piano.

“The resident’s lounge and clubroom has been designed to foster strong social interaction.  We created dedicated areas that separate flat screen TV and viewing couches and pool table.   The décor has a rustic feel that harkens back to Union City’s industrial past with exposed beams and wrought-iron stools.”

Sun Equity Partners, developer of The Lenox, released newly renovated condominiums and an exciting suite of five-star recreational and social amenities at the building in early summer.  More than 50% of the homes at Lenox are now sold as buyers have responded enthusiastically to this unique chance to enjoy modern land luxurious living at value-packed pricing.

Available for immediate occupancy, the newly-released studios, one- and two-bedroom residences at The Lenox feature spacious floor plans with contemporary finishes and appointments at attractive prices starting from just $179,000.  The building is also approved for favorable financing programs offered by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) that require only a 3.5% down payment.

A variety of floor plans are available at The Lenox which range in size from 535 to 1,089 square feet of living space.  Finishes found throughout the homes include hardwood floors, kitchens with stainless steel GE appliances, custom white gloss kitchen cabinetry and quartz countertops with marble backsplashes; and spa-like bathrooms with imported tile walls and floors and Moen shower fixtures.

“Select homes also offer balconies with incredible views,” adds Kelly Marzullo, Director of Marketing for The Lenox.  “Residences facing east enjoy the spectacular expanse of the Hudson River and Manhattan Skyline, while other exposures include sunsets over the preserved wetlands to the west and nearby Washington Park.”

Bolstering the enviable lifestyle at The Lenox are a number of Manhattan-style amenities, including the 24-hour concierge to handle specific needs and requests, magnificent lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge and a clubroom with pool table and flat screen TV.

In addition to its attractive pricing, stylish homes and exciting amenities, The Lenox also offers residents an ultra-convenient location close to mass transportation and major thoroughfares, providing easy access to New York City, New Jersey’s Hudson River ‘Gold Coast’ and Bergen, Essex and Passaic Counties.

“Complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH station is provided from our front door,” Ms. Marzullo points out.  “The building is also one block away from NJ Transit Bus Stop with direct service into New York’s Penn Station, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is a 15-minute walk away at Hoboken’s 8th and Jackson Streets platform.”

An abundance of shopping, restaurants and nightlife can be found near The Lenox in downtown Union City, Edgewater, Hoboken and Jersey City.

For additional information on The Lenox, please call (201) 866-8768 or visit http://www.thelenoxcondosnj.com.  The building’s Sales Center is open by appointment only.  Open Houses are conducted on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Hoboken Real Estate Agent Finds Lenox Condos in Union City Fits Client Needs for an Affordable Urban Lifestyle

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

Model Interior at The Lenox in Union City, NJ

Melissa Rivas of Liberty Realty Has Completed Several Sales at 16-Story High-Rise to Buyers Seeking Affordable “Gold Coast” Living

UNION CITY, NJ – New Jersey Hudson River waterfront Cities have become well-known as destinations for single-professionals, couples and growing families with revitalization bringing upscale high-rise residential buildings to the riverfront and chic shops, boutiques and fine restaurants lining their downtown neighborhoods.

The surge in popularity of places such as Hoboken, Jersey City and Edgewater has left a dwindling inventory of homeownership opportunities that are within the budget of first-time buyers seeking an upscale urban lifestyle and ease of commutability.  This decade-long gentrification has led to an expansion of the Hudson River “Gold Coast” into neighborhoods that provide affordable luxury, lower housing prices and similar public transportation access to Manhattan.

“We are seeing homebuyers from throughout the spectrum who want a living environment similar to what you’ll find in Hoboken or Jersey City, but can’t afford the high prices of luxury condo buildings and townhomes directly on the water,” says Melissa Rivas, Realtor Associate at Hoboken-based Liberty Realty.  “They are asking for housing options in surrounding municipalities that provide more space, views of Manhattan, well-amenitized buildings and a quick trip to New York City.  Unfortunately, the inventory of homes which fulfills all these desires is limited.”

Ms. Rivas has found one Hudson County building that fits this criteria and drawn the attention of young professional homebuyers from New Jersey and Manhattan to Brooklyn and Queens.  The Lenox on Central Avenue in Union City offers upscale condominiums, Manhattan-style amenities and a convenient location minutes from New Jersey Transit busses to Manhattan.  Homes are priced to appeal to buyers currently renting in New York City, Hudson County and beyond with condominiums starting at $179,000.

“At the Lenox it starts with the pricing,” points outs Ms. Rivas, who has sold several homes at the 16-story high-rise building.   “Buyers can choose from a selection of floorplans that are generous in space and offer the latest in designer finishes and appointments at a price that’s well within their budget.  In fact, there are condominiums priced under $300,000 that provide incredible panoramic views of New York City that can’t even be found on the Hudson River waterfront.  It’s a buying opportunity that is rarely found west of the ‘Gold Coast.”

Ms. Rivas, who has been active selling Hudson and Bergen County real estate for 14 years, also understands transportation plays a key role for those moving to the area.   She notes the Lenox’s commuter-friendly location has been a major consideration for her clients.

The Lenox Lobby“The Lenox offers easy access to the many restaurants, entertainment and cultural delights here in Hudson County, as well as the business centers of New York City,” she says.  “Residents can be in Hoboken in less than 15 minutes and Manhattan is just 8 minutes away.”

Sun Equity Partners, developer of The Lenox, released newly renovated condominiums and an exciting suite of five-star recreational and social amenities at the building in early summer.  More than 50% of the homes at Lenox are now sold as buyers have responded enthusiastically to this unique chance to enjoy modern land luxurious living at value-packed pricing.

“The developer has done an amazing job modernizing the building and revitalizing the neighborhood,” Ms. Rivas adds.  “It’s very impressive to my client’s when they walk into the building and see the urban oasis created by the elegant lobby with marble floors and 24-hour doorman.  There also excited to discover the wealth of on-site amenities, including resident’s lounge, community garden and fitness center.  The fact that its pet-friendly is another big attraction.”

Available for immediate occupancy, the newly-released studios, one- and two-bedroom residences at The Lenox feature spacious floor plans with contemporary finishes and appointments.  The building is also approved for favorable financing programs offered by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) that require only a 3.5% down payment.

“As more buyers learn how attainable homeownership is at The Lenox, I fully expect a new wave of renaissance,” says Ms. Rivas.  “The FHA financing considerably lessen the amount of money needed to purchase and historically low interest rates make owning at the Lenox comparable to what many are paying in monthly rents.”

A variety of floor plans are available at The Lenox which range in size from 535 to 1,089 square feet of living space.  Designer finishes found throughout the homes include hardwood floors, kitchens with stainless steel GE appliances, custom white gloss kitchen cabinetry and quartz countertops with marble backsplashes; and spa-like bathrooms with imported tile walls and floors and Moen shower fixtures.

“Select homes also offer balconies with incredible views,” adds Kelly Marzullo, Director of Marketing for The Lenox.  “Residences facing east enjoy the spectacular expanse of the Hudson River and Manhattan Skyline, while other exposures include sunsets over the preserved wetlands to the west and nearby Washington Park.”

Bolstering the enviable lifestyle at The Lenox are the number of Manhattan-style amenities which include the onsite 24-hour concierge to handle specific needs and requests, magnificent lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge and a clubroom with pool table and flat screen TV.

In addition to its attractive pricing, stylish homes and exciting amenities, The Lenox also offers residents an ultra-convenient location and complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH station is provided from the building’s front door.

“The building is one block away from NJ Transit Bus Stop with direct service into New York’s Penn Station, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is a 15-minute walk away at Hoboken’s 8th and Jackson Streets platform,” Ms. Marzullo points out.

Fully furnished model homes are now open at The Lenox.  Merchandised by prominent interior designer Debee Weisman of T.D. Designs, the residences illustrate the comfort, value and appeal of the building.

For additional information on The Lenox, please call (201) 866-8768 or visit http://www.thelenoxcondosnj.com.  The building’s Sales Center is open by appointment only.  Open Houses are conducted on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The Lenox in Union City Prepares to Welcome First New Condominium Purchasers This Fall

Lenox Lobby

The Lenox Lobby

UNION CITY, N.J. – The Lenox will celebrate the start of fall with one the most important milestones in its development program.  The first closings are now underway at the 16-story high rise condominium in Union City, N.J., minutes from Manhattan, Hoboken and New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast.”

This means initial purchasers of the newly released collection of luxurious homes are expected to move into their residence shortly and begin enjoying the upscale urban lifestyle available at the Lenox, according to developer Sun Equity Partners, which has completed a comprehensive modernization program throughout the building, including the introduction of an exciting new suite of world-class recreational and social amenities.

“This is a very exciting time at The Lenox,” says Abe Tress, Director of Acquisitions of Sun Equity Partners.  “The building is undergoing a significant transformation into a residential address that offers the same activity rich, upscale lifestyle found in neighboring Hoboken and Jersey City, but at a price that’s much more affordable.  Enthusiastic residents will soon delight in five-star amenities, chic new residences and a prime location minutes from all that makes Hudson County living so special.”

Fully furnished model homes are now open at The Lenox.  Merchandised by prominent interior designer Debee Weisman of T.D. Designs, the residences illustrate the comfort, value and appeal of the building.

Available for immediate occupancy, the newly-released studios, one- and two-bedroom residences at The Lenox feature spacious floor plans with contemporary finishes and appointments at attractive prices starting from just $179,000.  The building is also approved for favorable financing programs offered by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) that require only a 3.5% down payment.

A variety of floor plans are available at The Lenox which range in size from 535 to 1,089 square feet of living space.  Designer finishes found throughout the homes include hardwood floors, kitchens with stainless steel GE appliances, custom white gloss kitchen cabinetry and quartz countertops with marble backsplashes; and spa-like bathrooms with imported tile walls and floors and Moen shower fixtures.

“Select homes also offer balconies with incredible views,” adds Kelly Marzullo, Director of Marketing for The Lenox.  “Residences facing east enjoy the spectacular expanse of the Hudson River and Manhattan Skyline, while other exposures include sunsets over the preserved wetlands to the west and nearby Washington Park.”

Bolstering the enviable lifestyle at The Lenox are a number of Manhattan-style amenities, including an onsite 24-hour concierge to handle specific needs and requests, magnificent lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, residents’ lounge and a clubroom with pool table and flat screen TV.

In addition to its attractive pricing, stylish homes and exciting amenities, The Lenox also offers residents an ultra-convenient location close to mass transportation and major thoroughfares, providing easy access to New York City, New Jersey’s Hudson River ‘Gold Coast’ and Bergen, Essex and Passaic Counties.

“Complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH station is provided from our front door,” Ms. Marzullo points out.  “The building is also one block away from NJ Transit Bus Stop with direct service into New York’s Penn Station, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is a 15-minute walk away at Hoboken’s 8th and Jackson Streets platform.”

An abundance of shopping, restaurants and nightlife can be found near The Lenox in downtown Union City, Edgewater, Hoboken and Jersey City.

For additional information on The Lenox, please call (201) 866-8768 or visit http://www.thelenoxcondosnj.com.  The building’s Sales Center is open by appointment only.  Open Houses are conducted on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.