• Real Estate: Luxury Rentals at 18 Park {Jersey City}

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    It’s no secret that Jersey City is undergoing an urban revitalization, making it a hot-ticket hub for a thriving arts and culture scene, buzzing night life, and a variety of restaurants.  Its close proximity to New York City’s finest views including the Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty make it a highly prized place to not only visit, but to live as well. With apartments are popping up downtown, we have our eye on 18 Park — one of the newest luxury residences to go up, where residences are going just as fast as they’re being built.

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    Right outside the door of 18 Park, you’ll find some of the most popular destinations on the Jersey City waterfront and Grove Street neighborhood, of course with the PATH being just a few steps away. Plus, every type of cuisine is nearby — so you can satisfy your cravings conveniently {we’ll get to all the food and fun details in a second}.

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    First, let’s talk about the property. 18 Park is the destination for those looking for an unparalleled luxury living experience. The 11-story, 422-room complex, located at 18 Park Avenue, is a one-stop-shop for all of your living needs. From a 24-hour doorman to a private storage space and and dog run, you just might not want to leave this modern, sleek and sophisticated living space. Find out more about the newest, prime piece of real estate in downtown Jersey City below. 

    The Residences

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    18 Park has four floor plans: studio, 1 bed/ 1 bath, townhouse, and 2 bed/2 bath, ranging from 518 square feet to 979 square feet. The rooms are neat, contemporary, and compact — featuring 9-foot ceilings, custom cabinets, and a spacious layout with a New York City view.

    The Building

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    The complex has a 24-hour doorman, ensuring that only those who live there are the only ones entering the building. When you walk into the stunning lobby, you’ll be greeted by high, wooden panels on the walls and a spacious lounge to meet friends or do some work.

    The Amenities

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    At 18 Park, everything you need is right where you live. There’s a full service fitness center (which includes complimentary fitness classes), children’s playroom, breathtaking pool, game room, bike room, indoor parking space and community garden. For more information on 18 Park, visit the website or call the leasing office for a tour at 201-942-5939.

    The Neighborhood: Food and Fun

    Whether you’re in the mood for a classic, juicy American burger or something more adventurous, you’re in good hands if you’re living at 18 Park. Here’s where you can grab a drink or a bite, play and get pampered just minutes from your new home:

    Liberty House Restaurant 76 Audrey Zapp Drive {less than 15 minute walk}

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    You can’t go wrong with the menu here — that’s why it’s a crowd favorite. This upscale, American eatery and event space offers stunning Manhattan views while dining on the water. Mouth-watering menu dishes include the Liberty House Cheeseburger, Belgian waffles, and even sushi.

    Taqueria Downtown — 236 Grove Street {about a 5-minute walk}

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    Whether it’s Taco Tuesday or just a Thursday, it’s hard to say no to getting your taco fix here. If you’re looking for a cheap, quick {but delicious!} bite to eat, this’ll be your new go-to place for Mexican dishes like carnitas tacos, quesadillas, tamales, and Mexican soda. And if you’re feeling lazy, they deliver.

    Zeppelin Hall Biergarten 88 Liberty View Drive {about a 7-minute walk}

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    In the mood for some schnitzel? Feel like you’re in Germany with an abundance of frites, pretzels, and most importantly, beer { 50 of them to be exact}, right outside your door. Plus, you’ll always find a party or games happening here, so it’s always a good time.

    Legal Grounds Coffee — 170 Grand Street { about a 5-minute walk}

    But first, coffee. Get your morning java fix just a few minutes from your new home in a local, friendly environment. Also grab breakfast and lunch when you’re on the go too.

    Fun: 

    Serenity Day Spa — 263 Grand Street {about a 7-minute walk}

    If you’re in need of some serious rest and relaxation, you’re in luck because it’s within arms reach. Treat yourself to a relaxing facial, massage or a variety of body treatments to make the stress disappear. Come here solo or with the gals or your significant other for special group packages.

    Dullboy — 364 Grove Street {less than 15-minute walk} 

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    Unlike the name, this bar is anything but dull. Sip on crafty and classic cocktails such as The Rachel {aged rum, black cherry, orange, and pimento} or a Manhattan. You can also dine on small and big plates like fish and chips, BLT tacos or a bone-marrow burger at this ultra-hip hang.

    Newport Centre — 30 Mall Drive West {about a 10-minute drive}

    Time to shop ’till you drop. Newport Centre’s three-story shopping mall will get all your fashion needs covered in a snap at Hudson County’s premiere shopping destination. Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar, LUSH, Michael Kors, Macy’s and Kohl’s and Sephora are just a sample of the must-visit stores and restaurants you’ll find here.

    Barcade — 163 Newark Avenue {about a 13-minute walk}

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    For all the kids at heart — this is the bar for you. Let loose, grab a drink and reminisce your childhood by getting a high score on old school arcade games like Donkey Kong, Pac Man and The Simpsons.

    For more information about 18 Park or to inquire about leasing, click here or call the leasing office for a tour at 201-942-5939.

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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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