HOBOKEN – YESTERDAY AND TODAY

Hoboken was developed by one man and his family. A remarkable entrepreneuer/inventor, Colonel John Stevens, purchased the island (separated from land by marshes on the west) in 1784 for about $90,000, and named it Hoboken from an amalgam of the Dutch and Indian words for it.

Colonel Stevens developed Hoboken, as a resort, beginning with the six mile path known as River Walk. Later adding a spa, tavern, hotel, and a Ferris wheel. Hoboken’s wonderful attractions received a lot of interest from large numbers of rich and famous people. Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, Lillian Russell, Jay Gould, William Vanderbilt, Horace Greeley and Harvey Ward Beecher are all said to have frequented Hoboken.

I am sure if Colonel Stevens was with us today he would be one of the first to purchase a condo at Hudson Tea, 1500 Hudson St & 1500 Washington St.

Breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, a fully supplied onsite business center, and 24-hour lobby service make Hudson Tea the residence of choice for elite Hobokenites. Ideally located on the scenic Hudson River, Hudson Tea combines exceptional aesthetic beauty with incredible amenities, including an onsite gourmet café, exclusive Residents’ Club, room service, valet, and housekeeping services, all designed to accommodate your every need.

Luxury amenities abound in this exciting revamp of the historic grounds of the Lipton Tea Company. With 40 years of experience delighting homeowners, leading national luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers City Living has truly outdone itself at Hudson Tea. Amazing 10′ x 12′ picture windows with unparalleled city views, towering 13-foot ceilings, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances deliver the decadent lifestyle that you deserve.

A convenient commute to Manhattan with complimentary shuttle service to the PATH train, Hudson Tea’s convenient location provides residents with delightful access to the bright lights of Broadway, shopping, and verdant parks. From Hoboken’s summertime exposition, “Movies under the Stars,” to the twice a year Art & Music Festival, the Mile Square City has something for everyone. 

 

Contact me today at (201) 344-2886 to see what you are missing.

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