And then there were four. Henley on Hudson has bewitched buyers along New Jersey’s glamorous Gold Coast with its suburban-urban lifestyle, and the exclusive condominium community is fast approaching sellout. Situated along the Weehawken waterfront within Port Imperial and comprised of 201 homes, only four luxury residences remain.
The Henley on Hudson experience is defined by location and design and crowned by a luxe collection of indoor and outdoor amenities. Immediate occupancy is available for the remaining two- and three-bedroom homes, which range from 1,591 to 1,964 square feet each. Each residence is a single-level design that maximizes the Hudson River frontage and Manhattan skyline. All layouts are well appointed and feature conveniences like smart home tech, as well as luxurious kitchens and bathrooms. Select floor plans also offer private outdoor space.
Beyond the inviting interiors, an abundance of luxury amenities is available to residents. The Henley on Hudson lifestyle begins in the elegant lobby lounge and continues in The Club at Henley, a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse, featuring a state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga and Pilates room plus locker rooms, a children’s playroom, a club room, a theater room, and a billiards and gaming lounge.
Outside, open space is a priority and made possible by the condominium community’s low-density approach to development. Outdoor amenities coupled with Weehawken’s ever-evolving public spaces and postcard views achieve that enviable balance between city and suburb.
The Patio level of The Club at Henley includes a spectacular private outdoor swimming pool and fire pit, while verdant manicured English-style gardens complete the property. The public riverfront promenade provides access to the two-mile stretch of the Hudson River known as Port Imperial and is dotted with green spaces, as well as walkable restaurants, shops and services. And Weehawken Recreational Park is currently undergoing a massive expansion and will sport three outdoor pools, a seasonal ice skating rink and a “great lawn” for seasonable days with Manhattan as a backdrop.
The suburban-urban sensibility is resonating with buyers and the best-of-both-worlds lifestyle is made possible by a convenient commute. Midtown and downtown New York City are easily reached via the New York Waterway ferry from Port Imperial, and the nearby Hudson-Bergen Light Rail connects residents to Hoboken, Jersey City, the PATH, and New Jersey Transit. The Lincoln Tunnel and all major highways are easily accessible as well.
Remaining residences start at $1 million. For more information, visit the Henley on Hudson website or call 201-210-0099.