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These Hudson County Condos Just Sold for How Much?

If you’ve been considering listing your Hudson County condominium, you’ve chosen a great time. The real estate market is hot right now, with high demand and low inventory creating the perfect conditions for a seller’s market.

If you haven’t seen our latest market report, let’s catch up: the average sales value of a Hoboken condo is $818,820 (a 6% increase from this time last year) while the average sales value for a Downtown Jersey City condo is $779,889 (an 8% increase from July of 2016).

For prime examples, let’s take a look at some of the highest selling condominiums in Hudson County in July.

Top Condo Sales for July 2017

Hoboken: 1125 Maxwell Lane, Unit 3; sold for $2,775,000 on 7/12/17. ($1,449/sq. ft.)
2 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, 1,915 sq. ft. Renovated with wide plank white oak flooring, open contemporary kitchen with state of the art appliances, custom built-in wall boasting 2 Subzero wine refrigerators and sleek hidden Bosch washer and dryer. Spacious living room with private balcony and separate dining room.

Downtown Jersey City: 25 Division, PH4, Division 25; sold for $1,850,000 on 7/27/17. ($712/sq. ft.)
5 bedrooms, 4.5 bath, 2,600 sq. ft. 5th floor penthouse with elevator entry into living room. 14-foot ceilings, large media room, library, wet- and wine-bar area and massive roof deck with panoramic views. One-of-a-kind Vastu-compliant architectural design.

modern condo building in weehawken

Henley on Hudson in Weehawken, NJ

Weehawken: 6 Henley Place, Unit 6, Henley on Hudson; sold for $1,600,000 on 7/20/17. ($472/sq. ft.)
3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath 2,121 sq. ft. home with a private elevator, custom kitchen with Viking appliances, terrace, fireplace, garage and panoramic unobstructed views on the Manhattan skyline. The community has a pool, gym, children’s play room, clubhouse and a shuttle to the NY Ferry.

Union City: 801 Palisade Avenue, Unit 403; sold for $580,000 on 7/11/17. ($501/sq. ft.)
2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,157 sq. ft. lavish condo with panoramic River and NYC views. Gourmet kitchen, luxurious bathrooms with imported tile, marble baths, and frameless shower enclosures.

West New York: 7 Lydia Drive, Unit 7, Jacob’s Ferry; sold for $998,000 on 7/5/17. ($465/sq. ft.)
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,200 sq. ft. duplex with vaulted ceiling and private elevator access to every floor. Large balcony overlooking the Hudson River and Manhattan. 1 car garage and room for a second in the driveway. The complex offers 2 pools, Jacuzzi, 24hr security, free shuttle to/from ferry terminal & easy access to NYC with bus stop right across the street. 

lobby area in The Watermark condominium

The Watermark Condo lobby area

North Bergen: 8100 River Road, Unit 418, The Watermark; sold for $760,000 on 7/11/17. ($412/sq. ft.)
2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,819 sq. ft. Southeast corner unit with NYC and Hudson River views with Floor-to-Ceiling glass wall, 11 ft. ceilings, mahogany doors and woodwork, gourmet kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors and the apartment includes 2 indoor parking spaces.

Guttenberg: 236 58th Street; sold for $356,000 on 7/19/17. ($297/sq. ft.)
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1,200 sq. ft. condo flooded with natural light and boasts hardwood floors throughout. Living room has a private balcony, modern kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances and dining area.

Bayonne: 4 Maritime way, The Boatworks; sold for $375,000 on 7/5/17. ($188/sq. ft.)
2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1,800 sq. ft. townhouse with spacious rooms, gleaming hard wood floors, a fireplace and large walk out deck. Master bedroom with vaulted ceilings, ensuite bath with soaking tub and shower stall..

Secaucus: 1 Mallard Place, Riverside Court; sold for $629,000 on 7/31/17. ($266/sq. ft.)
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,369 sq. ft. luxury end unit town-home features granite counter tops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, gas fireplace, upgraded laundry with new GE profile appliances and is wired for home theater system & internet. Spacious family room, large office/den, huge master suite with Jacuzzi and custom closets. Large side yard (not shared with other units) & fenced back patio + 2 balconies. 2 car garage with driveway.

Edgewater: 590 Undercliff Avenue; sold for $1,080,000 on 7/10/17. ($322/sq. ft.)
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 half-bath, 3,350 sq. ft. new construction town-house has river views from every level. First floor has an open floor plan including; living room, dining room, eat in kitchen w/full size pantry, powder room & sliding doors to rear patio. Second floor has 2 generous bedrooms, full bath, master bedroom/bathroom suite and laundry room. Third floor has huge roof top deck, powder room and large family room w/wet bar.

Data Source: Hudson County Multiple Listing Service.

Maximize Your Hudson County Condo Investment

hudson county luxury condosDo these condominiums sound similar to your own Hudson County property? If you’re interested in receiving top dollar for the sale of your own Hudson County condominium, consider selling with the Living on the Hudson team. Use our free tools to find the value of your property, and list with us to get the results you’re looking for.

Now is a Great Time to Buy!

Hudson County is a phenomenal place to live. It has an incredible nightlife, gourmet restaurants, and so many fun things to do. Plus, you can’t beat the gorgeous and luxurious Hudson County condominiums for sale.

Interested in purchasing a condominium in Hudson County? Take advantage of my easy-to-use search options. You can search by price, number of bedrooms, or unique features like Manhattan views and pre-construction properties.

Within no time, you could find yourself living in an upscale luxury condominium in the heart of Hudson County. If this is a goal of yours, you should act fast. These properties are never on the market for long.

To get started on achieving your real estate goals, or to learn more about the Hudson County market, please contact me! I’m always happy to help.


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