Hanoben Hoboken – Large condos for families
Formerly referred to as “Citiscape,” this corner building at Newark & Monroe downtown known as Hanoben sure has taken a very long time for some reason.
It began construction almost three years ago, and they originally hoped for Fall 2014 occupancy. Still not done, and they just removed the scaffolding recently.
Either way – a few quick observations:
But then again, being so close to the “exit” of Hoboken has a plus side as well!
One other cool feature if you can afford it – is your own deeded rooftop terrace. Certainly rare in Hoboken.
Description: Apartment building
Address: Monroe & Newark Street
See previous updates below…
Citiscape Luxury Apartments in Hoboken, NJ – Fall 2014 Occupancy
Update! For those wondering what the SW quadrant of Hoboken is shaping up to be like – take a look at the rendering below. This is the new Citiscape development currently under construction at Newark & Monroe Streets.
The building topped out last month (i.e., the “structure” is complete), and is on it’s way to becoming a dozen luxury apartments (condos – NOT rentals).
Judging by the lot size and number of stories – these appear to be rather lofty spaces, probably suited for bigger families.
Certainly an upgrade from the previous lot, do you think this “ups the ante” in this neighborhood?
New Citiscape Development project on Monroe St. in Hoboken
The density of Hoboken continues to increase! Underway now at the corner of Monroe and Newark Street downtown – will be a new “incredible living space” which is apparently being brought to life by a company called Citiscape Development.
The developer is rather new to me, and their website is under construction. But Citiscape has offices in Hoboken and has done other projects in town, working with Minervini Vandermark Architecture in the past.
Haven’t seen an official plan of what is coming, but one would expect the building to “fit in” with the rest of the neighborhood in terms of height at the very least.
Perhaps this contributed to the reason we’re getting a new traffic light down the street?