Sales of stylish and new condominiums begin soon in the Village section of downtown Jersey City
A brand new construction on an elegant scale arrives at the heart of the Village district. The unique boutique condominium – 386 5th Street – will officially hit the market on Thursday, offering shoppers mind-blowing luxury in downtown Jersey City.
386 5th Street has just 18 one-bedroom and two-bedroom units with dens, ranging from 711 to over 1,100 square feet. With a sort of Tribeca appearance, the eye-catching building and decidedly modern residences are a glamorous addition to what was originally known as the âItalian Villageâ – Jersey City’s Little Italy.
Huge wide-opening floor plans coupled with massive black-pane windows create great light and air and showcase the industrial loft style aesthetic. Hardwood floors, recessed lighting and polished light fixtures are throughout.
Exuding effortless freshness, the kitchens are open and well appointed with a mix of warm wood cabinetry, black marble quartz countertops, a classic subway tile backsplash, and a full suite of high-end Fisher & Paykel appliances. . Brass accents and industrial pendant lights complete the look.
The master bathroom is fully clad in stacked white tiles and Carrara marble flooring for a lush contemporary feel. And the upscale design is exemplified by a warm wood vanity topped with black marbled quartz, sleek chrome fixtures, and brass sconces.
386 5th Street is an elevator building and has exterior security cameras, FOB entrance and video intercom, as well as bike racks. Pets are also welcome.
The village is located just west of downtown Jersey City and borders Hamilton Park and Harsimus Cove, making 386 5th Street an idyllic location. The neighborhood is both steeped in its old-fashioned Italian roots and vibrant with new bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment.
True community with a neighborhood association to match, dedicated to serving the region and its residents, the village offers residents everything from Italian bakeries like Prato and Carmen Rosa to Darke Pines, the only butcher’s shop in the city center. From restaurants like Madame Claude Bis and Tiki-Asian fusion heaven Cellar 335 to posh Casa Mona home store, Zahara Day Spa, and Studio 17 Beauty Salon, the Village has residents covered. And the comprehensive restoration and renovation of White Eagle Hall, now a world-class performance venue, has added a significant cache of entertainment to the neighborhood. Grove Street PATH is also just a 12-minute walk away via Newark Avenue and the bustling Pedestrian Square.
For more information, please visit 386fifthstreet.com, and for any inquiries, please contact Patrick Southern at [emailÂ protected].