Hoboken’s 7 Seventy House, the signature 14-story building on the city’s western edge, has nearly completed its leasing program, according to an announcement on April 26 from developer Bijou Properties and partner Intercontinental Real Estate Corp.
The collection of 424 luxury homes is being hailed as one of the most successful rentals in the Hudson County market in recent memory, maintaining strong velocity despite the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to an ability to fulfill the preference for larger living spaces ideal for remote work, and an amenity package that includes an abundance of outdoor spaces, renters have been lured to 7 Seventy House in the wake of COVID-19.
“The needs of today’s urban renter changed almost immediately at the onset of the pandemic and the forward-thinking design of 7 Seventy House had it perfectly positioned to satisfy new apartment ‘must haves,” said Larry Bijou, managing partner of Hoboken-based Bijou Properties. “It has large floorplans to accommodate those seeking more space or rooms that could be converted to a home office, and the amenity package is thoughtfully spread across multiple floors to create a complete lifestyle experience that’s void of crowds and congestion. It’s the ideal rental environment when considering the unordinary conditions prevalent today.”
Offering an inventory of oversized studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, renters can also enjoy a full suite of recreational and social spaces that include outdoor gardens and a fully equipped penthouse roof deck. Monthly rents start from the low $2,000s, with incentives that include up to three months free rent.
The building’s location just steps from Hoboken’s 9th Street Light Rail Station, which provides quick access throughout New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast.” Services include Hoboken’s PATH and New Jersey Transit and Ferry terminals that travel to Manhattan. Closer to home, there’s a wide range of services and cultural attractions available in the Monroe Center, the premier arts and business community in Hoboken, which boasts artist studios, children’s activities, fitness facilities, eateries and much more.