The demand for luxury, newly-built rental homes continues to be strong on New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast” and 7 Seventy House in the City of Hoboken is leading the way with an impressive 80% of its 424 apartments leased, developer Bijou Properties and partner Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation announced recently.
Available studio, one-, two, three-bedroom homes at the fast leasing building offer some of the best floorplans and locations. Monthly rents start in the $2,600s. Better yet, residences at 7 Seventy House provide even greater value thanks to limited-time incentives that include six weeks free on a 13-month lease.
The high leasing velocity at 7 Seventy House can be directly traced to an ability to provide the exact kind of lifestyle today’s renters seek in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, according to The Marketing Directors, its exclusive marketing and leasing agent. The building, neatly tucked away at 770 Jackson Street on Hoboken’s burgeoning western edge, is uniquely located to allow residents to enjoy a less congested and crowded environment, with a dynamic urban lifestyle just a short walk away.
Right outside the doors of 7 Seventy House is a two-acre resiliency park built and donated to the city by the development team. The public open space provides a tranquil buffer from the hustle-and-bustle of city life and boasts plaza with step seating and tilted lawn panel, expansive open areas to accommodate vendors and seasonal markets, a children’s playground, a one-acre green space designed for active and passive recreation uses and a state-of-the-art 6,835 square-foot community gymnasium.
“Even after the mandated closure of our private amenity spaces earlier this year, residents had access to the public park where they could participate in a multitude of recreational activities, exercise or simply relax” says Jaqueline Urgo, President of The Marketing Directors. “The area is filled daily with families picnicking, children playing, local gyms conducting classes and more. Its been a major selling point for renters, particularly those moving from New York City and tired of its tighter spaces.”
The 7th and Jackson Park is a perfect complement to the in-building amenities at 7 Seventy House, all of which are open under guidelines provided by the state. One of the most comprehensive packages in Hoboken, the five-star facilities include a penthouse pool and roof deck with lounge seating, expansive amenity deck with BBQ stations, multiple outdoor gardens, bocce ball court, state-of-the-art multi-level gym, play room, game room, indoor bike storage, on-site dog park, dog grooming room, alcove with co-working lounge and coffee station and a conference room with access to an outdoor lounge with a fire pit. The amenity spaces are strategically located on multiple floors with views including the Manhattan skyline.
Beyond the private amenities, 7 Seventy House offers services that include a 24-hour attended lobby and Hello Alfred concierge service. There’s also approximately 24,000 square feet of ground floor retail space that will serve residents and the Hoboken community.
Renters seeking an extra level of health protection and peace of mind greatly appreciate the fact that residences at 7 Seventy House are brand new and have never been lived in before, providing added comfort and confidence. The just built apartments feature open floor plans with red oak engineered wood floors and expansive windows that bathe the homes in natural light. Kitchens boast Quartz countertops, white ceramic tile backsplashes, custom cabinetry, and a premium GE stainless-steel appliance package, with in residence Bosch washer and dryers. Luxury baths are outfitted with grey mineral stone tile and Kohler fixtures.
The landmark Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects (MHS Architects)-designed building features a 14-story high rise tower with multiple terraced setbacks, a glass and brick exterior and a distinctive columned entryway.
Situated just steps from the 9th Street Light Rail Station, 7 Seventy House 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. Closer to home, there is a wide range of services and cultural attractions available in the Monroe Center, the premier arts and business community in Hoboken, which boasts artist studios, children’s activities, fitness facilities, eateries and much more.
For additional information on 7 Seventy House, please visit the building’s website at www.7SeventyHouse.com or call 201-795-0770.