The last major development to be built in Hoboken in recent time is Maxwell Place. Maxwell Place was constructed on the site of the old Maxwell House Coffee Factory located at 1125 Hudson St. The Factory was built in 1938 and was at the time the largest coffee factory in the world. The large Maxwell House sign was clearly visible from New York City and the smell of coffee was prominent in Hoboken. The factory remained open until 1992. It also is believed that the very first baseball game took place on this site in the 1800’s.
In the years that followed, plans were made to turn the industrial space into residential living. Several local developers were involved with the property however in 2004, Toll Brothers became involved with the project and committed to turning the industrial site into a luxury Hudson River waterfront condominium development now known as Maxwell Place.
Maxwell Place on the Hudson in Hoboken
Maxwell Place is a four phase development located on Hudson St. between 11th & 12th. Currently two phases are completed, 1025 Maxwell Lane & 1125 Maxwell Lane. Phases 3 & 4 (1000 Maxwell Place & 1100 Maxwell Place) are to be built in the coming years.
The development features modern 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom + den, 3 bedroom, and town home condos with spectacular views of New York City & the Hudson River. The interiors have been designed by renowned architect Michael Graves. Maxwell Place is also the home of a few notable residents including New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine.
Maxwell Place Condo Amenities
- 24 hour concierge
- Shuttle service to and from Hoboken PATH Station
- Maxwell Place Resident’s lounge
- Game room
- Outdoor pool overlooking New York City
- Resident’s screening room
- Business center
- On-site garage parking
- Fitness center complete with weight & cardio equipment
- Children’s playroom
- Walking distance to 14th St. NY Waterway Ferry Terminal
- Close to the Shipyard Marina
- Close to many of Hoboken’s restaurants & shopping