The Townhome Collection at Hoboken’s Wonder Lofts includes a series of three- and four-bedroom homes, each spanning two stories, sized from 2,367 to 2,482 square feet. — Courtesy: Prism Capital Partners
By Joshua Burd
The team behind the adaptive reuse project known as Wonder Lofts is now marketing a group of for-sale, townhome-style units at the Hoboken condominium property.
Located at 720 Clinton St., the collection of 83 upscale homes is now more than 70 percent sold, with remaining homes priced from $1.899 million to $3.499 million. Those include the newly released three- and four-bedroom townhomes, each spanning two stories, sized from 2,367 to 2,482 square feet.
“These homes deliver a new level of exclusive luxury living to Hoboken,” said Robert Fourniadis, senior vice president for residential with Prism Capital Partners, which developed Wonder Lofts in partnership with Parkwood Development and Angelo Gordon. “We expect these one-of-a-kind residences to have broad appeal to growing families looking for the space and privacy of a multi-level home along with the inspired lifestyle of a new-construction, full-service building.”
Prism said occupancy is underway at Wonder Lofts, which has revitalized the historic former Wonder Bread factory in the city. The townhomes include a 1,708 square-foot unit with a home office, while all homes in the collection provide large attached private outdoor terraces, with two of the residences also offering an oversized rooftop cabana with New York City views.
Residents across the property are able to park in an on-site garage with electric charging stations. Amenities, meantime, include a rooftop with skyline views, an infinity-edge swimming pool with lounge chairs and a circular outdoor bar underneath the restored water tower, along with a second-floor lounge, a children’s playroom and a full gym and yoga studio.
Wonder Lofts’ team includes Hoboken-based MVMK Architecture + Design, which served as the project architect, and Manhattan-based Workshop/APD as the interior designer, according to a news release. As part of the project, the developers have preserved the factory’s original brick detail, archways, high ceilings, large windows, a smokestack and the water tower, while adding modern features such as a glass and light gray aluminum façade.