Developer Alexander Hovnanian has introduced a new, head-turning $8 million penthouse at the Nine on the Hudson development in New Jersey’s Port Imperial neighborhood. Inspired by Japanese design and Dutch aesthetics, the home was created to be “incomparable to other penthouses in NJ, even in NYC” atop the new U-shaped 278-unit project on the Hudson River in West New York.
The glass-wrapped living room has a suspended fireplace and stupendous views.
A one-of-a-kind dining room, inspired by a hibachi concept, was designed to bring people closer together in an unconventional fashion.
The minimalist kitchen features its own greenhouse; the master bath is a moody, marble-clad masterpiece.
Further penthouse perks include a private Zen garden and a dedicated tatami room. The experience doesn’t end indoors: A floating staircase in the apartment’s foyer–think Fifth Avenue Apple Store–leads up to a modern glass cube atop the home’s expansive private terrace.
The otherworldly penthouse isn’t the only star in this riverside Nirvana: The complex has more than 30,000 square feet of amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby, an infinity-edge pool and hot tub, a roof deck with a fire pit lounge, a two-level fitness center, a dog grooming area and a golf simulator.
[Listing: The Penthouse at Nine]
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