In Union City, a huge Soho-style loft for the NJ price of $1.27M

Posted On Tue, April 6, 2021 By

Posted On Tue, April 6, 2021 By In Cool Listings, New Jersey

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Bordering Hoboken, Weehawken, and Jersey City Heights, this loft building in Union City was built in the 1930s as a garment factory. Today, it offers Soho-style loft apartments, but at much more New Jersey prices. Asking $1,275,000, this sprawling 4,220-square-foot condo was recently remodeled to take advantage of historic architectural details like exposed brick, wooden beams, and massive windows through which there are views of the NYC skyline.

After exiting the private elevator, a cool freestanding coat closet/bench greets you. Ahead, is the first seating area.

There’s enough space for a piano nook. A beautiful wallpaper delineates the dining area.

A less formal dining area is off the kitchen and feels separate thanks to white walls and tiled floors.

The renovated kitchen includes custom cabinets, quartz and concrete slab counters, and stainless steel Frigidaire appliances.

Another seating area is at the opposite end of the apartment.

The primary bedroom suite features a massive picture window, walk-in closet, and spa-like en-suite bathroom.

The three other bedrooms are all quite large.

There’s another full bathroom and a separate home office.

The building, known as the Mountain Road Lofts, is located atop the Palisade Cliff, which affords it those gorgeous views. It’s just a block from the bus to New York City, which gets you to Manhattan in only 10 minutes. It’s within walking distance to lots of shops and restaurants and Reservoir Park in Weehawken, as well as Weehawken Waterfront Park and Whole Foods.

[Listing: 1620 Manhattan Avenue, Apt. C4 by Ann Wycherley of Brown Harris Stevens]

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