With 15 stories, a Sky Lounge offering Manhattan views and approximately 8,000 square feet of retail space, Hackensack’s first luxury high-rise is ready to welcome residents.
Enburg Group will open The Brick of Hackensack on Dec. 16.
The pet-friendly property at 150 Main St. is comprised of 378 units – a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans – with approximately 8,000 square feet of retail space along Main Street.
“With so many thriving businesses right here in Hackensack, plus an ever-growing population of New York City commuters, we are thrilled to play such a vital role in this city’s transformation,” said Enburg Group Chief Executive Officer James Tseng. “The Brick promises to change the face of Hackensack and bring a fresh look into downtown while preserving the historic aspects that made and makes the city the epicenter of Bergen County.”
The building features 24-hour concierge service and a security doorman. Living spaces at The Brick are decked out with stainless steel appliances; 9-foot ceilings; in-unit Bosch washers and dryers, full height windows, and more.
The property features communal spaces tailored to meet residents’ personal and professional needs. Among them: a fully equipped gym and yoga studio, a courtyard terrace with luxury lap pool and sundeck, and the Clubhouse room–an alternative space for residents working from home.
The 15th-floor Sky Lounge offers panoramic views of Manhattan, along with a custom pool table, flat screen TVs and cuisine prep tasting room.
Located at the corner of Main Street and East Mercer, The Brick is walkable to the shops, restaurants and entertainment options offered in downtown Hackensack. Seasonal activities, like Food Truck Fridays and other events, also take place on the main thoroughfare.
The Brick is across the street from the Hackensack Bus Terminal, offering New Jersey Transit express bus trips to New York Port Authority in about 40 minutes. The building is also situated along Routes 4, 17 and 80; 12 miles to Midtown Manhattan and 7 miles to the George Washington Bridge.
Enburg Group began as a local food manufacturer in Taiwan in 1978, since evolving into a multinational company with more than 20 subsidiaries around the world, including in the U.S. Although it’s scope covers an array of industries, its primary focus is on real estate acquisitions and development in North America.