310 Park Avenue

310 Park Avenue in Hoboken built for families

Red Bridge Homes in Hoboken is known for their unique style and high-end luxury buildings, including the most recent M2 project at 124-130 Park Ave., after a raging fire destroyed several buildings back in 2010. One of their currently active projects is underway over at 310 Park Avenue.

It’s a large 3-unit building with two 3-bedroom 1700 sq. ft. condos (both under contract now), and one massive FIVE-bedroom 3000 sq. ft. condo (got $2.25 million lying around?)

One thing for sure is – that the market for LARGER condos that can accommodate families is HOT right now, and developers are most certainly responding.

310 Park Avenue Hoboken NJ condos Red Bridge Homes - 310 Park Avenue

Latest ultra modern Hoboken building from cutting-edge developers

310 Park Ave Hoboken NJ CONDO - 310 Park Avenue“Slated for LEED Gold certification, this steel and concrete building offers a spectacular duplex with over 3000 sq ft of living space. Key features include direct elevator access, an amazing 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms plus an open play/office area.

The living room opens onto a deck overlooking a huge, beautifully landscaped yard outfitted with a BBQ, fireplace & TV — perfect for entertaining during the warmer months!

Other features include Wolf, Miele & SubZero appliances, Toto fixtures, tankless water heaters, plentiful storage, floor to ceiling windows, LED lighting, solar panel system, video doorman & heated sidewalks for easy snow removal. There is rental parking located at the garage nearby at 4th and Clinton Streets and the building is just steps to to lovely Church Square Park as well as fabulous restaurants, shops and schools.

This is a unique property for the discerning buyer.

For pricing and more information contact Beth Slifirski at bslifirski@kw.com.

Description: 310 Park Avenue is a new condo development. LEED certified.
Address: 310 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Online: 310park.com.

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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 11:16 am

Don’t know too many families that could afford multi-million dollar properties.

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