By Patricia Canole
Situated along the Hudson River and on New Jersey’s “Gold Coast,” is the 13-story, 278-unit residential development better known as Nine on the Hudson. Developed by K. Hovnanian at Port Imperial Urban Renewal VI, LLC, it sets new standards for luxury living in West New York, NJ area.
“My grandfather, Kevork Hovnanian, believed in building superior homes and that’s what we’re doing at Nine on the Hudson,” stated Alexander Hovnanian, Area President for K. Hovnanian at Port Imperial Urban Renewal VI, LLC. “Homebuyers have the opportunity to live in not only a luxurious development but one that emphasizes resort-style living via an unparalleled amenities package, expansive residences and high-end finishes.”
Conveniently situated next to the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway and within walking distance to the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal, Nine on the Hudson is ideal for buyers who work in NYC. Additionally, the development is in close proximity to some of the area’s notable eateries and destinations such as Son Cubano, La Rumba Cubana, SEAK and HAVEN; Donnelly Memorial Park and Hamilton Park, both of which boast breathtaking views of the NYC skyline. “Nine on the Hudson has attracted buyers from as close as a few buildings away to as far as California,” Alexander continued. “Our sales team is witnessing growing interest from buyers in New York City, especially those who work or will work in the far West Side and Hudson Yards, due to the 25-minute ferry commute.”
Designed by Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, Nine on the Hudson’s tiered design offers more corner views of the New York City skyline than a conventional vertical structure. Rather than static views of NYC that surrounding developments offer, the property showcases a dynamic view with depth perception. With interiors by Childs Dreyfus Group, all homes have opulent kitchens with large islands, Bosch® appliances, Italian Pedini® cabinetry, Restoration Hardware® light fixtures and luxurious marble floors/walls in the owner’s suite. Most of homes include floor-to-ceiling windows and direct access to private balconies.
The amenities package is brimming with luxurious touches and plenty of free-time diversions. More than 31,655 square feet of outdoor and indoor amenity space, provides residents a five-star experience that also includes a 24/7 concierge. A communal rooftop lounge boasting private cabanas, fire-pits and outdoor heaters will offer the ideal setting to gaze at views of the Hudson River and Manhattan.
A landscaped green terrace leads to an infinity edge pool and hot tub. There are numerous barbecue grills, wet-bar, billiard table and large screen televisions assist in providing endless options for entertaining. Adding to the oasis-style experience at Nine on the Hudson is the state-of-the-art, two-story fitness center, with direct access to an expansive 2,000 square-foot, Zen-inspired yoga room to achieve ultimate relaxation.
With sales being handled in-house, residences range from 773-square-foot, one-bedroom to 2,580-square-foot three-bedroom homes with pricing ranging from $600,000 to $6,000,000. Due to a twenty-year tax abatement program, buyers purchasing at Nine on the Hudson pay a 1.1 percent property tax rate for the first ten years, with gradual increases during the remaining ten.
For more information on Nine on the Hudson, visit khov.com/nine.
Welcome to New Jersey’s most expensive condo. Nine on the Hudson pushes the envelope with the penthouse’s design by creating a Zen oasis, inspired by Japanese design and Dutch aesthetics.
The three bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom penthouse boasts three balconies with views of Manhattan and a one-of-a-kind dining room inspired by a tatami concept, a minimalist-designed kitchen with a greenhouse and a private Zen garden with a dedicated tatami room. Other amenities include a great room with a fireplace, library with a balcony, and dining room with a bar. The master suite offers a balcony, walk-in closet and master bathroom with a marble infinity tub overlooking the Manhattan skyline. This $8 million wonder features a floating staircase in the foyer that leads up to a modern-glass cube on the penthouse’s expansive private terrace where you can celebrate the luxury of open air living. Soak in the views from the George Washington Bridge all the way down to One World Trade Center. It’s all yours.