By Grace Cassidy
A stunning penthouse condo in the Hudson Tea Building in Hoboken, NJ, has just sold for $4.2 million, making it the most expensive condo ever sold in the area by more than $300,000.
“This is such a special condo,” said Tom Crooks, the Douglas Elliman agent who represented the buyer in the transaction. “The last owners put a lot of care and detail into restoring the home, and it shows. We have no doubt that the buyers will love their new space. And how could you go wrong with views like that?”
The spacious 2,820-square-foot condo features three bedrooms, three bathrooms and gorgeous unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline over the Hudson River. The unit occupies a corner location within the building, giving residents ample natural light throughout the day and west-southwest-south views.
Once two apartments, this incredible home has two separate entrances, 14-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, custom lighting fixtures, an open floorplan, marble kitchen countertops and a spacious master suite complete with an attached private bathroom and a walk-in closet with skyline views.
Formerly a tea factory, the Hudson Tea Building is located along the Hudson River Waterfront walkway. Residents enjoy a 24-hour concierge, a 2,700-square-foot fitness center, a resident’s lounge, a free shuttle to and from Hoboken Terminal and an on-site dry cleaner.
The previous owner purchased the #12IJ unit for $3,895,000 and completed $430,000 in renovations last year before putting it on the market.
Most recently asking $4.45 million, the buyer signed a contract and closed the deal for $4.2 million in December.