Toll Brothers City Living Debuts Model Residences At 1425 Hudson Street in Hoboken

Exterior view of 1425 Hudson Street - Toll Brothers City LivingExterior view of 1425 Hudson Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Toll Brothers City Living recently debuted a collection of model residences at Hudson Tea, a new condominium building at 1425 Hudson Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. The project was designed by Marchetto Higgins Stieve with interiors by INC Architecture Design.

“We are thrilled to showcase our five new model residences,” said Henry L. Waller, division senior vice president of Toll Brothers City Living. “Each model home was designed with a different aesthetic, so prospective buyers can experience a range of possibilities and styles. The feedback has been wonderful, and we have seen an uptick in interest.”

To date, Hudson Tea is listed as 70 percent sold. Each of the remaining condominiums offer open living areas, hardwood floors, oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-end trimmings in both kitchen and bathroom areas. Each home also includes an in-unit washer dryer.

Model unit G at 1425 Hudson Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Model unit G at 1425 Hudson Street – Toll Brothers City Living

Model unit H at 1425 Hudson Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Model unit H at 1425 Hudson Street – Toll Brothers City Living

Rooftop amenity spaces include a swimming pool, a fireplace, barbecues, and communal lounge areas. Additional amenities include automated on-site parking, a children’s playroom, and a fitness center.

Sales and marketing are handled exclusively by Toll Brothers City Living, with pricing beginning around $550,000. Occupancy began ahead of schedule in October 2019.

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1 Comment on "Toll Brothers City Living Debuts Model Residences At 1425 Hudson Street in Hoboken"

  1. It was in much condition to its modern colors, and beautiful looks: Thanks to Sebastian Morris.

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