Hudson Square North

Applied Development Company

Description – Apartments for rent.
Services –
Rent 1br – $1600, 2br – $2060,3br – $2700, On-site management office, Hudson River and New York City views from some homes, Gracious marble elevator lobbies, Landscaped courtyard, Alarm system and fully sprinklered building, 24-hour emergency maintenance assistance, On-site parking available for a fee, Handicap access, Pets permitted, Pre-wired for cable TV and high-speed Internet access, Coded security system, Private balconies or terraces on some homes, Oak Parquet floors, Wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms,Thermo-pane windows, dishwasher and top-mounted microwave, European-style cabinetry
Website –
Address –
235 Hudson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030
Telephone –
(201) 217-9893

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9 years 5 months ago

I am not one to complain…but 🙂 I have lived in this building for 3 years now and have been very happy. The management has always been reasonable,and the building well kept.

Then came the W. I am one of the unlucky apts living facing the construction. The management office was very up front when we moved in telling us that the W would be built outside our window, eventually blocking my beautiful view. Unfortunately, I definitely did not realize how much the quality of life would decline when construction got into full swing. The noise is unbearable. It starts at 7am and goes sometimes until 7 or 8 at night. Every few days the fumes are unbearable and I almost always have to keep my windows closed. We received a letter from the management office today saying the building department has received many complaints about the noise, but have found no codes being broken, so basically they said too bad.

I don’t know what else they could do, but I wish my lease was up this month instead of February, because there is NO way I would be renewing. I encourage anyone thinking about moving to the east side of this building, think twice. Meanwhile my rent went up $200 in February, if anything they could have kept it the same to make up for all the advil I have to buy! 😕