The building known as Grand27 features a mix of 48 one- and two-bedroom apartments. — Courtesy: Applied Cos.
By Joshua Burd
One of Hudson County’s most well-known developers has taken the wraps off a new five-story, 48-unit apartment building in North Bergen.
The developer, Applied Cos., is set to launch leasing at the property dubbed Grand27, which is located at 2626 Grand Ave. at the corner of 27th Street. The Hoboken-based firm is pitching the building as an alternative to the high-rise and higher-priced buildings sprouting up throughout the Gold Coast, but one that still offers the luxuries of new construction.
Grand27 is a block from NJ Transit bus service and has direct access to the Lincoln Tunnel, according to a news release. The property’s one- and two-bedroom apartments come with monthly rents starting at $1,950, with immediate occupancy available.
“Grand27 delivers a modern living experience in a 5-story building that fits the scale of its surrounding residential setting,” Joseph Barry, founder of Applied, said in a prepared statement. “With private amenities, a 15-minute commute into Manhattan and proximity to dining and shopping, Grand27 provides all of the elements desired for a dynamic, urban lifestyle.”
The developer and management firm, long associated with its work in Hoboken and other neighboring cities, touted the building’s high ceilings and oversized windows that maximize natural sunlight and views of the Meadowlands or New York City. The units also have high-end finishes and stainless steel appliances, along other features such as light oak plank flooring.
Grand27 residents also have access to amenities such as a Wi-Fi-connected and state-of-the-art fitness center, flex community and conference space and a smart locker system that accepts packages and dry cleaning 24 hours a day, the news release said. The property also has enclosed and surface parking on-site.