Occupancy has begun at Wonder Lofts, a new condominium property at 720 Clinton Street in Hoboken, New Jersey. Designed by MVMK Architects and Workshop/APD and developed by Prism Capital Partners and Angelo Gordon, and Parkwood Development, the building yields 83 loft-style homes and more than 14,000 square feet of amenities.
To date, more than 70 percent of the condominiums have already sold. The remaining two-bedroom homes are priced at $1.6 million, $1.9 million for three-bedroom homes, and $2.25 million for spacious four-bedrooms layouts. Each home also includes private outdoor space ranging up to 1,900 square feet.
The original property at 720 Clinton Street functioned as a Wonder Bread Factory from the 1910s to the 1960s. The original brick details, archways, lofted ceilings, smokestack, a water tower, and many of the original window openings were all restored and incorporated into the residential building. Updated components of the façade include new windows with light gray aluminum framing.
Outdoor amenity spaces include a landscaped roof deck with an infinity pool and lounge chairs, a circular outdoor bar underneath the restored water tower, gas barbecue grills, dining area, and a fire pit. There is also a residential lounge that feeds into a landscaped terrace with a garden and seating areas.
Indoor amenities include a children’s playroom, a fully stocked gym with separate studio rooms for yoga or guided fitness, a game room, an open-concept dining room with an entertainment kitchen, and a screening room.
The ground floor features a two-story lobby, a fireplace lounge with co-working spaces, and access to a parking garage designed to accommodate 118 vehicles. The garage also includes electric vehicle charging stations and a pet grooming area.
“From the inception of the development, we saw this historically important property had the beauty, size, structural strength, and uniqueness to create a one-of-a-kind boutique community that could offer residents the best of Hoboken’s charm and location combined with the amenities of a Manhattan luxury building and living spaces typically only available in a suburban home,” said Robert Fourniadis, senior vice president of residential division for Prism Capital Partners. “We were able to make each individual home unique, which rarely happens in new construction condominium buildings, and made sure that each home had its own private outdoor living space, large enough to entertain family and friends.”