HOBOKEN, NJ – Residents will soon wonder no more about what exactly is going into the former bread factory space at 720 Clinton Street in Hoboken. Part of the city’s renowned bread baking history, the structure that once housed Wonder Bread Factory has been converted to sophisticated loft-style condos.
Originally constructed in 1909, the newly redesigned Wonder Lofts building has preserved and restored its original brick detail, archways, high ceilings, large window openings, smokestack and water tower. Meanwhile, the interior has been re-imagined for residential use, with a façade of glass and light grey aluminum accentuating the restored original structure—as well as a newly constructed five-story building across the street with additional residences.
With only 83 residences in total, Wonder Lofts will feature expansive two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom floor plans with an impressive 1,200 to 2,700 square feet of living space. Original architectural features now have contemporary finishes and functionality baked in—including large window façades that warm the homes with natural light, smart home entry systems, designer kitchens and baths, abundant storage, and walk-in closets. Each unit also includes private outdoor space, ranging up to 1,900 square feet.
Hoboken-based MVMK Architecture + Design served as the project architect, and Manhattan-based Workshop/APD served as the interior designer. Wonder Lofts’ ownership team consists of Prism Capital Partners, Angelo Gordon, and Parkwood Development, with CORE as its exclusive sales and marketing agent.
Located in the heart of Hoboken, Wonder Lofts is within easy reach of all the city’s neighborhood shops, restaurants parks, and waterfront. Within the complex is a landscaped rooftop patio lounge featuring an infinity-edge swimming pool with, a circular outdoor bar underneath the restored water tower, gas barbeque grills and a fire pit. The rooftop features 360-degree views, including the Manhattan skyline, Hoboken and beyond. An indoor residents’ lounge offers a floor-to-ceiling brick, double-faced fireplace, an open concept dining room and entertainment kitchen, and an adjacent billiards room. In addition, the building features children’s art center and library, a full gym and fully equipped yoga/Pilates studio, a two-story lobby with attended concierge, a pet grooming area, and a secure onsite parking garage with electric car charging stations.
To learn more about this unique adaptation of Hoboken’s industrial past, visit wonderloftsliving.com.
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