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    The W Hoboken

    W Hoboken

    255 River Street
    Hoboken, NJ, 07030

    Total Homes: 37
    Floors: 25
    Bedrooms: 1 – 4
    Bathrooms: 1 – 3

    Exemplary Waterfront Living at W Hoboken

    Designed by Gwathemy Siegel Associates, the stylish and luxurious W Hoboken offers both boutique hotel rooms and high-end condos in one of Hoboken’s finest locales. Here, residents live in resort-style opulence and can take advantage of an impressive suite of private amenities. All in all, this chic 25-story building offers the benefits of an upscale hotel with the privacy and prestige of a deluxe condo community.

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    Key Features of W Hoboken

    The Homes

    Homes in W Hoboken come in one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom configurations, which means there’s plenty of space for just about any type of buyer. Units boast angled bay windows, vaulted ceilings, lavish baths, granite, glass and tile, bamboo flooring, and solid wood doors. In-suite laundry, individually controlled thermostats, and state-of-the-art wireless capabilities create an added level of convenience for residents.

    The Community

    World-class architects designed W Hoboken as a wedge-shaped tower to maximize its waterfront location. In total, the building boasts 225 upscale hotel rooms and 37 condos, all of which directly face Manhattan and the Hudson. Beyond the doorman, the decadent lobby, and the 24-hour room and maid service, condo owners of the W Hoboken also enjoy full use of other hotel features, including a 11,000 square foot ballroom, a spa, and a fitness center.

    W Hoboken at a Glance

    W Hoboken Amenities
    Located on the Hudson
    Also Has Hotel Rooms
    Garage Parking
    Built in 2009

    W Hoboken Attractions

    More Highlights of W Hoboken

    Nearby Attractions

    Tucked between Downtown Hoboken and the Hudson Waterfront, W Hoboken truly offers something for everyone. If you want to explore what’s around, try going for a tour of the Hoboken Fire Department Museum, grabbing a pastry from the famous Carlo’s Bakery, or checking out the various shops and restaurants along Washington Street. Craving some big-city excitement? Manhattan is just a quick drive, train ride, or ferry trip away!

    Parks, Trails, and Green Spaces

    The W Hoboken boasts an ideal location near all of the city’s best parks and trails. Nestled right behind the building, Pier C Park and the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway showcase pristine views of the Manhattan Skyline. Pay a visit to the scenic Sinatra Park for some kayaking, soccer, or a live concert. And if you want a taste of the shore right here in Hoboken, you won’t want to miss the sandy beaches at Newport Green Park.

    Nearby Public Transportation

    Commuting into the city only takes a few minutes when you call Hoboken home. Take the Light Rail or PATH from Hoboken Terminal to get into Manhattan during rush hour. Locals can ride the ferry or access New York via the Holland Tunnel. Hoboken also has a number of bike-sharing stations across the city for more environmentally-friendly transportation.

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