A rendering of RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial in Weehawken — Courtesy: Roseland Residential Trust
By Joshua Burd
Roseland Residential Trust is set to unveil nearly 300 new upscale apartments in Weehawken, the latest addition to the 200-acre Port Imperial development along the Hudson River.
The developer, a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corp., on Wednesday announced the launch of leasing at RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial. Located at 1100 Avenue at Port Imperial, the complex features 295 units ranging from studio to three-bedroom layouts.
Apartments in the 10-story building will come with high-end finishes and appliances, with some homes offering private terraces and balconies.
“As our vision for Port Imperial as a holistic lifestyle-oriented destination continues to come to fruition, we’re thrilled to be opening RiverHouse 11, and to soon welcome hundreds of new residents to the community,” said Michael J. DeMarco, CEO of Mack-Cali. “This building was thoughtfully designed to offer a blend of modern style and eclectic industrial elements, combined with unrivaled views of the Manhattan skyline and resort-style amenities.”
RiverHouse 11 comes as part of the $2 billion, master-planned Port Imperial development, which spans large parts of Weehawken and West New York. The development has transformed a stretch of what had been a tired, formerly industrial waterfront in Hudson County.
At full build-out, Port Imperial is slated to include 20 upscale residential, retail and hotel properties.
Residents at RiverHouse 11 will have amenities such as a sky terrace with stadium seating, a resort-style pool and sundeck, along with a fitness center with a yoga and spin studios and a rock-climbing wall, according to a news release. Plans also call for a business center, conference rooms and a golf simulator lounge.
Roseland, meantime, touted the property’s access to mass transit options including direct ferry service to Manhattan and the Hudson Bergen Light Rail.