By Andie Lowenstein, Associate Editor
Roseland, a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, presented RiverParc at Port Imperial on the two-mile waterfront redevelopment in Weehawken and West New York.
The $117 million community, showcasing spectacular views of Manhattan from the Hudson River waterfront, offers 10 floors and 280 apartments ranging from 500 to 1,405 square feet with a variety of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units.
“It’s hard to envision that 30 years ago, there was virtually nothing on this land and now we have a thriving waterfront community,” said Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner. “We’re especially pleased that RiverParc’s fitness center and pool is available for membership to the public, offering an extraordinary amenity not only for the building’s residents, but also for the entire Weehawken community.”
The community offers a vast array of club-style amenities including a juice bar, a splash pad recreation area, bocce courts, and an enclosed parking garage with electric car-charging stations. Residents also have access to a surplus of common room space, such as an indoor pool center, interactive golf simulator, and open-air lounge areas. RiverParc highlights the “reversal” of traditional indoor and outdoor activities to promote a communal living experience year-round and give residents a suburban feel typically associated with outdoor amenities.
“In today’s residential market, there’s a clear demand for communities that offer the both the gateways to major cities and a rich, holistic living experience,” said Andrew Marshall, Roseland’s executive vice president of development. “RiverParc provides a particularly innovative amenity structure while still embodying the cultural relevance and accessibility of Port Imperial. For that reason, we’re experiencing overwhelming demand from prospective residents.”
Roseland developed 2,400 apartments of the nearly 3,500 currently built at Port Imperial, with an additional 2,300 coming soon. Upon completion, the 200-acre master-planned redevelopment project will be made up of 20 total properties, including residential, retail and hotel components. The modern community features world-class views of the Manhattan skyline and an intermodal transportation system, offering commuter Ferry service to Manhattan and Light Rail service along New Jersey’s Gold Coast.