ABOVE: image via MaxwellPlace.com
Toll Brothers City Living announced yesterday that sales have been completed at 1100 Maxwell Place, the 12-story, 210-unit luxury condominium located on the Hoboken waterfront. Designed by SLCE Architects with interiors by Stephen Alton, 1100 Maxwell Place offers unrivaled Manhattan views, direct access to waterfront parks, a variety of amenities, and on-site retail—all within immediate reach of NY Waterway ferries and Hoboken’s Washington Street buses routes and main commercial thoroughfare.
“The completion of sales of 1100 Maxwell is a testament to the fact that this beautiful neighborhood is a sought-after residential destination,” says Henry L. Waller, Vice President for Toll Brothers City Living. “Buyers have really responded to its unique mix of high-end residences, five-star amenities, vibrant retail offerings and unparalleled Manhattan skyline and river views.”
As hMAG reported in our recent feature story, a number of factors have combined over the past few years to make the Hoboken real estate market one of the hottest in the country.
“Hoboken is a wonderful place to live,” says Waller, “and the exceptional reception to 1100 Maxwell in the community shows that buyers share our enthusiasm.”
As 1100 Maxwell Place is maxed out, Toll Brothers will shift focus to their project at 1400 Hudson Street. Consisting of 236 residences, 1400 Hudson Street offers studios to three-bedroom condominiums, all featuring open floor plans and wide plank oak flooring throughout.
“We are delighted and gratified by the response to this next phase of Hudson Tea,” says Waller, “as more buyers are recognizing the wonderful value and lifestyle our Hoboken communities afford.”