1200 Avenue at Port Imperial in Weehawken — Courtesy: Lennar
By Joshua Burd
Lennar has completed construction at the final piece of a 201-unit luxury condominium complex in Weehawken, as it approaches a sell-out of another nearby community on the Hudson waterfront.
The homebuilder said Tuesday that it was marketing the last remaining units at Henley on Hudson, having completed the 67-unit final building on the property. About a half-mile north, Lennar has sold nearly all of the homes at the 103-unit property known as 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial and is now marketing three remaining model units.
Both are part of the two-mile-long, master-planned Port Imperial development along the Hudson River.
“Both Henley on Hudson and 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial demonstrate Lennar’s commitment to creating exceptional luxury residences on the Weehawken waterfront that offer modern lifestyle amenities, views of the Manhattan skyline, and an easy commute into the city,” said Craig Klingensmith, division president of Lennar’s Northeast Urban Division. “We are thrilled with the way they have been embraced by residents and, while we are proud that a full sell out is on the horizon, we are also glad that we still have the opportunity to welcome some new home buyers to both communities.”
At Henley on Hudson, the remaining homes are priced between $875,000 and $2.5 million, featuring layouts ranging from 1,165-square-foot one-bedrooms to 1,964-square-foot three-bedrooms, Lennar said. Homeowners at the complex have access to amenities such as a cardio fitness room, children’s playroom, lobby lounge and an outdoor garden terrace, along with a private 6,000-square-foot clubhouse with additional fitness and recreation options.
At 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, which is the second building in Lennar’s Avenue Collection, the remaining condos are priced between $1.399 million and $3.75 million for the remaining residences, the firm said in a news release. Features include a modern, high-end fitness center and a Skyline Social Room with lounge space, catering kitchen, bar and other spaces.
Both communities benefit from Weehawken’s location opposite Midtown Manhattan, its access to mass transit and its quieter, more suburban residential setting than Hoboken or Jersey City, Lennar said. But the complexes still offer conveniences such as walkable shops, restaurants and recreation.
Buyers also benefit from Weehawken’s recent property tax reduction from 2.23 percent to 1.49 percent.