Apartments for sale at Hobokens's "The Castle".
Adams Square--once known as "The Castle"--was originally built as a school before being converted into a rental building in 1999. Now redesigned by noted architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle, Adams Square is a unique condominium community featuring a renovated exterior entry, lobby and private landscaped courtyard.
The building's amenities include a windowed fitness center, a laundry facility and assigned on-site parking for most homes.
Kitchens offer walnut-stained wood cabinetry with under-cabinet task lighting and honed Kashmir granite countertops with alternating bond Arctic the backsplash, and a stainless steel KitchenAid refrigerator, Bosch range, dishwasher and microwave.
Baths are elegantly appointed with Carrera marble floors, wet walls, and vanity tops, as well as premium chrome Delta and American Standard fixtures.
"Hoboken, which is just minutes from Manhattan, possesses a rhythm all its own, and continues to be one of the hottest neighborhoods in Northern New Jersey," says Urgo. "The loft-like homes at Adams Square offer high ceilings, oversized windows, and the chance to live in a beautifully remodeled, landmark building. It's also a terrific value for first time-buyers, young families or empty nesters looking to downsize."
Prices for the one- to three-bedroom residences range from $355,000 to $800,000. They are available for immediate occupancy.
A Manhattan-based real estate marketing and sales firm, The Marketing Directors, Inc., serves clients' residential and investment sales needs, ranging from individual properties to multi-unit develop [TEXT INCOMPLETE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE.]
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Jul 19, 2006|
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