Port Imperial Harvest Festival

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Saturday, October 20th from Noon – 3 PM

Enjoy a sunny fall day at our Autumn Harvest Festival. A fun-filled day including a pumpkin patch, hay rides around Port Imperial, live music, ice cream, and delicious food and treats from local vendors! Our junior residents will also be able to enjoy face painting and twisted balloon creations.

Sponsors include Port Imperial Property Owners Association, Integra, Snowscapes, Canete Landscaping, and K Hovnanian.

Located in North Park, (in front of P.F. Chang’s

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Jeff & The Mutts

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Wednesday, September 5th at 6 PM at Pershing Park in Weehawken

Come out to hear the best in Classic Rock in a beautiful Hudson River Setting. Free Admission. Fun for the entire family.

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

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

NY Adventure Club Field Trip: Exploring the Secrets of the NJ Palisades

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Sunday, May 20th at 10:30 AM at the Burr-Hamilton Duel Site statue

The ruins of an abandoned mansion, a haunted clock tower in the middle of NJ’s wealthiest neighborhood, a scenic overlook on a 500-foot-high cliff — come explore the secrets of the narrow stretch of land right across from New York City.

Join New York Adventure Club for a field trip to the New Jersey Palisades, NJ, a line of steep cliffs along the west side of the lower Hudson River in northeastern New Jersey and southeastern New York formed nearly 200 million years ago.

Guided by a New York Adventure Club brand ambassador, this unique field trip will include:

A mile-long trail walk to the abandoned ruins of Cliffdale Manor, a fifteen-room manor house built in 1911 for George A. Zabriskie, New York representative for the Minneapolis-based Pillsbury flour mills

A visit to a hidden beach on the Hudson

A visit to incredible vantage points along the Palisades, from directly underneath the GW Bridge to high on top of cliffs overlooking the Hudson River

A stop at the Devil’s Tower, a stone clock tower originally designed for sugar baron Manuel Rionda (1854–1943) that is claimed to be haunted

Vehicular transportation will be provided to/from meeting location and between all field trip destinations.

See you there!

Taste of Weehawken event to be held at new hotel

dgbj_04weetaste15_01via The Hudson Reporter – Thirty-two local restaurants, eateries, and caterers will provide samples of their delectable dishes at the 18th annual Taste of Weehawken fundraiser on April 24, taking place at the not-yet-open Marriott Hotel on the waterfront.

Proceeds from the annual culinary fundraiser will go toward programming and facility upgrades to the Weehawken Free Public Library.

“It’s a great community event,” said Mayor Richard Turner. “It gets everybody together from all over town and raises funds for the library, which is a mainstay of the community. It’s really a great night to have great food from a lot of great restaurants and vendors.”

The event runs from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Marriott hotel at 500 Port Imperial Blvd., sixth floor. The property, near the NY Waterway terminal, offers spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline.

Phenomenal food

Roughly 400 food enthusiasts are expected to attend the Taste this year.

Both high profile and emerging local restaurants will participate, featuring American, Cuban, Italian, Indian, Japanese, Greek, Mexican and many other cuisines.

Drinks and desserts will be offered, including cakes, cupcakes, ice cream, artisan chocolates, and other confections.

“I am looking forward to everything. All the food is really great,” said Turner. “The deserts are all very dangerous.”

Also on hand will be aspiring young chefs from the Weehawken High School Culinary Arts Program. This year 10 students were chosen to participate. They will serve veggie buffalo “meatballs” with a blue cheese dipping sauce and a ricotta cheesecake with mixed berries for dessert, according to the class’s teacher Joseph Mantineo.

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