The top-floor penthouse at the Asbury Ocean Club is listed for $5.98 million. — Courtesy: Binyan Studios
By Joshua Burd
Six penthouses have hit the market at a new high-end condominium building in Asbury Park, including a top-floor, four-bedroom unit with an asking price of nearly $6 million.
Its developer, iStar, announced the offering this week as part of the 17-story Asbury Ocean Club along Ocean Avenue. The penthouses are the latest piece to be unveiled at the property, which includes 130 for-sale homes overall and sits atop a 54-room hotel that opened in 2016.
The building’s largest penthouse, the only four-bedroom in the collection, is listed at $5.98 million, according to a news release. The duplex features four bathrooms with 4,511 square feet of interior space and 1,374 square feet of outdoor space, including a wraparound ocean view terrace and three outdoor rooms on the lower floor and an expansive upper level.
The home, which also has a sunroom and outdoor kitchen, sits at the top of the building and offers floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
“There is simply nothing of this caliber of luxury available anywhere on the Jersey Shore,” iStar said. “From the prime beachfront location to the world-class amenity package and concierge service to the uber-luxe interior finishes, every detail has been meticulously crafted.”
All photos courtesy: iStar
The Ocean Club is the centerpiece of the firm’s efforts in Asbury Park, which go back more than a decade, and span 35 acres. Those efforts have anchored a 10-year, multibillion-dollar redevelopment plan for a 1.25-mile stretch along the city’s waterfront.
The Manhattan-based developer launched sales at the majority of the condos last summer, touting a location 70 minutes from New York City, with prices for one-bedroom homes starting at $897,000. Layouts range from one- to three-bedrooms, offering sweeping ocean views, wraparound terraces and other elements of luxury design.
Each home has high-end appliances, finishes and layouts, along with floor-to-ceiling windows, the news release said. Amenities include an ocean-view fitness center, a spa, dedicated children’s facilities and entertainment and meeting spaces, along with a residential concierge, a dog wash and a library and game room.
Anda Andrei designed the property’s interiors, working with Bonetti Kozerski and Handel Architects. Corcoran Sunshine is the property’s sales and marketing team.
Closings are slated to begin this summer.