Six Luxury Properties on Jersey’s Left Bank

Fabulous rental and condo options along the Hudson River waterfront.

One Park’s 
indoor/outdoor pool, one of the building’s many luxury amenities. Courtesy of New World Group

From Jersey City to Fort Lee, New Jersey’s Gold Coast is sprouting luxury properties. Here is a sampling of some of the newest buildings.

The Quinn
Jersey City

The 16-story, 153-unit rental building in the Paulus Hook section includes a rooftop deck with pool and barbecue stations, a children’s playroom and more. The building offers studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, starting at $2,490. Easy access to the Grove Street PATH, ferry terminal and light rail.

90 Columbus
Jersey City

This stately, 51-story building has 539 rental units starting at $2,850. Located next to the Grove Street PATH station and adjacent to Jersey City’s vibrant shopping, restaurants and nightlife, 90 Columbus is the final phase of the Columbus Collection, a mixed-use residential development with a hotel, retail space and parking garage.

The Duchess
North Bergen

A deluxe rental property with 320 units, the Duchess offers a mix of studio and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, starting at $2,555. Luxury amenities include a heated pool, hot tub, yoga deck, outdoor grilling stations and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The building provides shuttle service to the NYC Ferry Terminal. 

Avora
Weehawken

The 11-story, 184-unit condo building is steps away from the light rail and the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal. Parking is included with each unit. Residents, paying from $675,000-$4 million, started moving in last fall.

One Park
Cliffside Park

Perched high above the Hudson in this one-square-mile borough, One Park has 204 luxury condos occupying 14 floors, all with private outdoor space. Units are selling from $515,000 for a one-bedroom unit to $2.7 million for a duplex penthouse. The building boasts 25,000 square feet of amenities, including indoor and outdoor common areas. 

The Modern
Fort Lee

The first of two planned 47-story towers, each with 450 luxury units, opened in November 2012. Construction on the second tower began last June. Rentals start at $2,080. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer striking views. Resort-style amenities include a golf simulator and indoor/outdoor movie theater. 

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