The roof deck at One Ten, a 238-unit luxury apartment building at 110 Hoboken Ave. in Jersey City, is part of more than 100,000 square feet of amenity space within a new three-building, 600-unit complex. — Courtesy: BNE Real Estate Group, McKinney Properties and Hoboken Brownstone Co.
By Joshua Burd
A development group has completed the roll-out of more than 100,000 square feet of amenity space for a three-building, 600-unit luxury apartment complex in Jersey City.
The partners — BNE Real Estate Group, McKinney Properties and Hoboken Brownstone Co. — recently unveiled a private landscaped outdoor patio at 110 Hoboken Ave. that is available to its residents as well as those of two adjacent properties. The six-story, 238-unit building known as One Ten is the last piece of what they’ve dubbed the Enclave Collection, a development that has helped repurpose a largely industrial neighborhood near the Holland Tunnel.
The announcement comes amid continued leasing activity at One Ten.
“With over 70 percent of its homes leased, One Ten has set the pace in downtown Jersey City’s rental market,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the building’s marketing and leasing agent. “One Ten was perfectly positioned to meet the surge of young professionals and couples who were looking to strike out on their own from roommate shares or those wanting a luxury, modern building to call home in the wake of COVID-19.”
The outdoor patio features grills, dining spaces, lounge seating and fire pits, according to a news release. One Ten, designed by Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners, also offers a private dog run.
All told, residents of the three buildings have access to a lounge, a high-end fitness center with virtual programs, a co-working lounge with private offices and a coffee bar, the news release said. Additional offerings include a rooftop pool deck with private cabanas, a bowling alley, a movie theater and a multisport simulator.