Vine: Pool debuts at upscale Hoboken rental building

The centerpiece of the upscale, activity-rich lifestyle enjoyed by residents of Vine in Hoboken has made its inaugural debut at the collection of 135 luxury rental homes located at 900 Monroe Street.

The sparking outdoor pool and expansive sundeck opened for the 2016 summer season on Memorial Day weekend at the 11-story building. Situated on a rooftop terrace, the pool and outdoor deck have been designed as a vibrant recreational and social destination boasting individual barbecue stations, separate outdoor couch areas, poolside sunbeds and lush landscaping.

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“We took great strides to ensure residents at Vine enjoy the finest upscale urban lifestyle by including five-star amenities and dramatic outdoor spaces,” says Jacqueline Urgo, President of The Marketing Directors, exclusive leasing and marketing agent for Vine. “We want them to return home from their busy day and not only enjoy luxury living inside their apartment, but also leisure and recreational pursuits steps from their door. The pool and sundeck are the last of the amenities to open at Vine. To say residents were excited would be an understatement.”

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The comprehensive living experience at Vine does not end with the pool, sundeck and rooftop terrace. Vine also boasts a clubroom and fitness center, bike storage, free shuttle service to the nearby Hoboken PATH station and an onsite automated parking facility. A 7,000 square-foot public park adjacent to the building built by Bijou Properties and Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, the developers is also available to residents.

Vine continues to grow in appeal on Hoboken’s western edge with upscale homes, a close proximity to many entertainment, dining and shopping offerings and easy access to Manhattan.

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Designed by Marchetto Stieve Higgins Architects, the distinctive building offers one-, two- and three-bedroom rental residences which boast a number of designer and energy-efficient features, including sustainable bamboo flooring, oversized windows, kitchens and baths with modern fixtures, Frigidaire and Bosch Energy Star appliances, granite countertops and modern cabinetry; and lavish baths with recycled porcelain tile. Some apartments also provide an additional den. Monthly rents start from $3,325 and residences are available for immediate occupancy.

Vine features 13,500 square feet of street-level retail space, occupied in part by a Daycare Center (The Learning Experience.)

Situated just steps from the 9th Street Light Rail Station, Vine blends an upscale living experience with the convenience of quick access throughout New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast,” including Hoboken’s PATH, New Jersey Transit and Ferry terminals with service to Manhattan.

Vine has been built in accordance with the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) standards for LEED ® certification. Vine will be the fourth LEED-certified building introduced by Bijou Properties in the City.

For additional information, please visit or call 201-386-VINE (8463). The Marketing Directors’ onsite Leasing Office is located at 900 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030.

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Vine – newest Hoboken luxury rentals

2/10/2016 Update:

Hoboken’s latest luxury rental building became “open for living” recently – Vine – located at 900 Monroe Street.

Vine is another in a line of quality buildings orchestrated by the Bijou Properties group.

The basic “deets” of the 11-story building are: 135 rental units (one, two and three bedroom), two large retail spaces (the biggest which is already occupied by a daycare center), a 7,000 sq. ft. public park (mainly a playground for kids), and close access to the 9th Street Light Rail station.

Below is a gallery of images provided by the developer. See another gallery of photos we took, and more about the building below….

Luxury buildings like Vine up the bar in offerings

We took a tour the other day to see what the deal was with this new building.

For one, like all of Bijou’s buildings – the attention to detail is obvious. Not just superficial detail, but design and construction detail.

As you might recall – Bijou is one of the developers that lean towards “sustainable” building design and quality over anything else. Some developers bang out relatively cookie-cutter properties like an assembly line, often leading to issues down the line.

Vine shares features with the previously opened Bijou Building uptown (Park & Garden).

An automated parking garage – which stores 135 cars (in the same space that would barely hold 20 cars otherwise). Available to residents, as well as a limited number of monthly spots for non-residents (@ $275 per month).

They also have a backup “power plant” inside the building, which in case of an outage, can keep the building operational for 24 hours at a minimum.

Other features we found attractive were the extensive use of LED lighting, the advanced “app-based” system for “buzzing” visitors in, as well as the package concierge apparatus near the mail room (allows for safe storage of deliveries).

It’s a LEED Gold building, so residents can expect much lower than average heating and cooling bills. A small bonus which helps off-set the premium paid for rent.

Throw in an outdoor area including swimming pool and BBQ grills – as well as a neat “community room,” which has TV’s, bar, refrigerator and even shuffle board – and you might have little reason to ever leave the building.

Thinking of upgrading your pad? Then go ahead and schedule your appointment today. Last I heard, only three or four of the 135 units have been rented. Good luck!

Description: Luxury apartment rental building.
Address: 900 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030

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Friday, June 10, 2016 7:08 pm

You forgot to mention that they also provide complimentary row boats for residents to use whenever there’s a heavy rain. it’s a good thing Vine is a rental property and not condos. Flood insurance in that neighborhood, which sits right smack in a flood zone, would be prohibitive. What moron would move into that place knowing that at any given time they could be stranded for days at a time?

Saturday, February 13, 2016 7:41 am

If it is the same kind of parking garage at park and garden, people had better get ready for a whole of hurt. The one at park and garden has done everything from throw cars off the robot, shutdown, left people stranded, caused missed flights and meetings, and the issues have been going on for over half a year. Many of the people who live in the other Bijou Properties building have given up and are paying to park next door – this is 300$/ month after already paying for a parking spot in the automated garage. My car, before it was even 6 moths old, was heavily damaged by a closing overhead door. But what made it worse was that the person who did it lied to his boss on site, then that guy lied to his boss back ay HQ. So when I pressed for someone to pay me for the damage, everyone acted like I was making it up. Likely I had photos and my care records video. it is difficult to know what to call this situation besides a continual set of lies. We were told we would have our cars in 90 seconds, I personally have waited so long, that I have had to call and uber to take me where Iw as going and leave my car in the bay. As for Bijou’s construction details, people should really talk to other folks who live in Bijou Buildings – they did everything from spend our… Read more »

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