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The penthouse is located atop the Nine on the Hudson development in West New York and commands great Manhattan views
The penthouse atop a West New York development in New Jersey is now the most expensive condo for sale in the state. The listing, which is part of the Nine on the Hudson development, came on the market earlier today and is asking $8 million.
The Wall Street Journal first reported on the listing last week, but the developer on the project, K. Hovnanian Homes, has now shared a host of new renderings of the penthouse, with Curbed.
Measuring 4,000 square feet, this three-bedroom condo offers up views of the Hudson River, and the Manhattan skyline beyond. The look of the apartment was inspired by “Japanese design and Dutch aesthetics,” and you can get a sense of that from some of these renderings.
The asking price for the condo works out to $2,000 per square foot. The record price per square foot for a condo in New Jersey was previously set by a $3.4 million sale at 77 Hudson Street, in Jersey City—that clocked in at $1,624 a square foot.
The penthouse at Nine on the Hudson is one of 278 apartments that make up the overall development. Sales on condo development got underway in April last year, and so far nearly 30 percent of the apartments are in contract, according to the WSJ.
Nine on the Hudson is made up of two structures that are connected by a platform that’s been built over the parking garage and features a swimming pool, and other amenities like a hot tub, a fire pit, and a children’s play area. The development is located a short walk away from the Port Imperial/Weehawken ferry stop, which offers an eight-minute ride to Midtown Manhattan.