Ideally situated at Hoboken’s thriving north end, just minutes 07njzo3190away from Manhattan, Hudson Tea, former grounds of the Lipton Tea Company, offers all that both cities have to offer—including beautiful, lush parks, popular restaurants, cultural activities, and abundant shopping.

The Hudson Tea Buildings have been a landmark in Hoboken for over a century. Constructed in the early 1900’s, by Sir Thomas Lipton, the purpose of the building was to serve as the headquarters for the Lipton Tea Corporation. Today, the building provides its residents with a unique loft experience. The layouts include 22′ x 14′ living rooms, 10′ x 12′ picture windows, one foot thick concrete floors and amazing 13′ beamed ceilings. After being converted from rentals to condominiums in 2005, The Hudson Tea Buildings quickly defined themselves as one of Hoboken’s most desirable addresses.

Hudson Tea also includes:

• Convenient on-site parking

• Fully equipped fitness center

• Resident’s Club

• Children’s playroom

• Business Center with an executive conference room, computer station, and copy and fax services

• Complimentary shuttle service to the PATH

• Magnificent lobbies, attended 24 hours a day

Hoboken is well known for its vibrant Washington Street. Lined with continental bistros, neighborhood pubs, old world cafes and unique boutiques, the lively street is a favorite destination. Residents will also delight in the beautiful views from Sinatra Park as its trails meander alongside the Hudson River. Hoboken is famous for its many festivals and cultural celebrations, including the summertime “Movies Under the Stars.” Hudson Tea residents can enjoy the complimentary shuttle service to the PATH-which offers an 8-minute ride to Manhattan with in Greenwich Village, the Flatiron District, Chelsea, mid-town and at the World Financial Center.

Convenient to Manhattan by ferry, train, car, or bus, Hoboken gives you access to the unlimited entertainment and culture of the city. From Broadway plays and the world-renowned museums of “museum row,” to the magnificent shops of Fifth Avenue and the galleries of SoHo, you will discover that New York City is truly the “Capital of the World.

For your convenience I have included the following links showing available units at the Hudson Tea Building. 

1500 Hudson St Click Here to View Listings

1500 Washington St Click Here to View Listings

If  you would like more information, or  to see any of these units. Please contact Eddie Perez at  (201) 344-2886, www.Investhoboken.

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