Upper Grand – 1000 Jefferson

8/7/2008:

Here’s yet another new Real Estate entry I was missing on Hoboken411.

Again, part of URSA/Tarragon’s “Upper Grand” series of apartment buildings. These are considered “luxury rentals,” and the complex features an outdoor pool in the center courtyard.

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From the Upper Grand website:

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“From the brownstone “stoop” entries to the French balconies, terraces and bay windows, the architecture at 1000 Jefferson combines the best of modern design with the classic details of traditional Hoboken. Residences feature sleek wood flooring, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, with many floor plans to choose from”

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Description – Luxury rentals (subject to change depending on market conditions).
Website – uppergrand.com
Address – 1000 Jefferson St., Hoboken, NJ 07030

11 Responses

  1. Sidd Finch says:

    One word missing from the ad : Moat

  2. johndoe says:

    Ursa said they would build a pool uptown.

  3. beamrider9 says:

    I’ve heard the pool is a crappy little thing that’s only three feet deep. Anyone have firsthand experience?

  4. dirtyjerz says:

    One of my friends just moved in there. Didn’t get to see the pool up close, but it seemed small. Inside, it seriously feels more like a hotel. The gym seems nice, the treadmills have TVs and there’s a common room that people can book for parties, which includes couches and a huge flat screen.

  5. kooky kat says:

    I can’t even tell which development this is because all of the buildings up there look the same to me. (BORING!) I went to a friends housewarming in one of these new places, and we just kept chanting “REDRUM, REDRUM” down the hallway because they do look like hotels. His place was really nice though.

  6. Easy-E says:

    [quote comment=”98250″]I’ve heard the pool is a crappy little thing that’s only three feet deep. Anyone have firsthand experience?[/quote]

    Actually, if it’s not deep, it’s really not a bad idea. When my parents put in their pool years ago, somehow they got the idea to ask how much less it would cost if the whole thing was about 3-4 feet deep. Turns out that saves a bundle, and could afford a bigger pool for the same price. Let’s be honest, anytime people use a pool, 99% of the time they are just cooling off and chilling in the shallow end anyway. What’s the point of having a deep end unless you’re really into diving?

  7. bsrm says:

    [quote comment=”98250″]I’ve heard the pool is a crappy little thing that’s only three feet deep. Anyone have firsthand experience?[/quote]

    Happened to see a friend of a friend’s apartment here last night. We were on the roof for a bit and she walked me over to look down at the courtyard/pool – I oohed and aahed over it but the pool was tiny – long, narrow half-circle. The apartment was nice, especially the bathrooms, but I did not feel safe walking back there and wouldn’t pay $3800/month for it.

  8. krewedetat says:

    There’s the community pool URSA promised! So we can all use it, right?

  9. bsrm says:

    [quote comment=”98384″]There’s the community pool URSA promised! So we can all use it, right?[/quote]

    From 1:00-1:15PM on Caddy Day.

  10. Redstorm says:

    [quote comment=”98312″][quote comment=”98250″]
    The apartment was nice, especially the bathrooms, but I did not feel safe walking back there and wouldn’t pay $3800/month for it.[/quote]

    Where are you walking? If you didn’t fee safe “back there” then you shouldn’t ever leave your house. You are making it sound as if there are roving gangs in that area. I live “back there”….It is plenty safe. 😯

  11. hobokenj says:

    [quote comment=”98384″]There’s the community pool URSA promised! So we can all use it, right?[/quote]

    and so can the project kids, they can keep their town pool. As long as the projects are here a town pool does not benefit most residents.

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