In the ideal home-buying scenario, you’d have plenty of time to find the perfect home. However, this is not always possible. Maybe you are relocating for a job and have to buy a house from
Maxwell Place Hoboken New Jersey
Situated on the Hudson River waterfront and just minutes from Manhattan, Maxwell Place’s ideal location gives residents the ultimate opportunity to indulge in a luxurious lifestyle and makes Maxwell Place such an incredible place to live.
Walk along the scenic streets of Hoboken, past striking brownstones and quaint shops, and you’ll get an immediate sense of this urban village’s charm that comes from its historical background and vibrant culture. Hoboken’s bustling vitality radiates from the boutiques, galleries, restaurants, bars and unique places that line Washington Street. With all there is to see, do, and experience in Hoboken, you’ll never be at a loss for fun, entertainment, intrigue, and excitement.
With the Manhattan ferry just steps from your door and the PATH nearby, getting to the city couldn’t be easier. When work is done and fun beckons, your choices are endless. From the famous museums, sporting venues and theaters along Broadway to the world’s most renowned restaurants to a spectrum of shopping and cultural opportunities — everything you need is right at your fingertips.
Plus, living at Maxwell Place allows you to see Manhattan as it should be seen. The striking skyline lights up the night and serves as the perfect backdrop for this burgeoning neighborhood.
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Rehanna Gallagher is the founder and President of Hudson River Properties. She Started Castle Point 16 years ago to provide Hudson County with a much needed boutique, full-service real estate firm and....
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