What Next? (1400 Hudson Street)

1/12/2010 Update:

[Continuing the second week of the “What’s Next for Hoboken?” series here on Hoboken411…]

I stumbled across this post from over a year and a half ago – and decided to “bump” it as part of the the “what’s next” series. One, because there is still no action on it – and two that I’ve heard that many residents in nearby buildings are still under Toll Bros. administration since they have to wait for the rest of the property to be finished to take over as the condo association. Lastly – I heard that Toll is considering changing these pending new condos into rentals instead.


Back in March, I wrote a story about “The Future of North Hoboken.”

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Well it seems as if Toll Brothers is moving forward with the lot behind City Bistro, in front of the Hudson Tea Building. Here’s what we have in store (occupancy expected sometime in 2010.)


Building and Residence Features:

  • 13-story multi-level new construction elevator building with 200+ condominiums.
  • Concrete and Steel Construction .
  • 9′ ceilings throughout.
  • Oversize bay windows in many residences.
  • Landscaped community rooftop deck with swimming pool, hot tub, outdoor lounge area, and landscaped lawn.
  • Private rooftop garden cabanas and terraces available with spectacular NYC views.
  • 37,000 SqFt of convenient on-site stores and restaurants.
  • Two story fitness center with yoga room.
  • Exclusive residents’ club.
  • Children’s playroom.
  • 24 hour attended lobby.
  • Free shuttle service to Hoboken PATH.
  • On-site parking available.
  • Private storage units available.
  • W/D in each unit.
  • Luxury gourmet kitchens with European-style cabinetry and granite countertops.
  • KitchenAid stainless steel appliances with gas cooktop.
  • Kohler fixtures in bathrooms.
  • Balconies/Terraces in many residences.


Taxes: Taxes estimated to be assessed at approx 1.3% of the purchase price
Maintenance Fees: Monthly fees have not been determined yet. Average maint fees for buildings like this in Hoboken is approximately $0.55 to $0.60 per SqFt.
Prices: Prices have not been determined yet. Current average pricing for properties in this area of Hoboken is approximately $600 to $800 per SqFt.

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Saturday, May 17, 2008 2:30 pm

I wouldn’t say that Toll ruined uptown. The Tea buildings have been there 100 years. They certainly look better now than they did 10 years ago. Maxwell Place was built on a junky factory site, so that wasn’t exactly resident-friendly open space. And the community certainly gets more out of Maxwell Place now (though not enough!) in the way of the waterfront park and “lawn” than while the factory was still there. So I see these things as an improvement.

I’m a little surprised they are going ahead with the project, though. Things aren’t looking that good in the market.

el norte
el norte
Friday, May 16, 2008 11:29 pm

Hoboken is for sale. Like the rest of the united states of america. Determine who is getting rich, and find the sellers. Mostly lawmakers, a.k.a. politicians.

Friday, May 16, 2008 9:55 pm

Yeah, but as Dave Roberts would tell us, the fact that these buildings all appear to have green-dyed mohawks more than makes up for the 99% lot coverage.

Friday, May 16, 2008 3:21 pm

You would think they could have come up with something less generic. The buildings are boring.

Friday, May 16, 2008 2:21 pm

Other than a little plaza across from the Soverign, it looks like they have about 99% lot coverage.

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