JERSEY CITY MAYOR STEVEN FULOP CUTS THE RIBBON ON NEWEST PHASE OF SOHO WEST MIXED-USE COMMUNITY

Ceremonial Event Marks the Launch of Leasing for  377-Home Soho Lofts Rental Building On Hoboken Border

Soho Lofts Ribbon Cutting

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop recently joined developer Manhattan Building Company to celebrate the launch of leasing for the newest phase of the SoHo West (South of Hoboken, West of New York City) community, an emerging neighborhood mixing luxury residences with shops and retail on the border of Jersey City and Hoboken.

Mayor Fulop cut a ceremonial ribbon to signify the public opening of Soho Lofts, a new collection of 377 luxury apartments and state-of-the-art, resort-like amenities located at 273 16th Street . The industrial-inspired community offers one-, two-, three and four-bedroom apartments, as well as a limited number of private townhome rentals.  Monthly rents begin from the $2,000s, with initial occupancy this month.

City Homes and Gardens, which is directing the building’s leasing and marketing program, has debuted Soho Lofts from an onsite leasing office with fully-furnished models merchandised by renowned interior designer Kim Depole.

“The initial phase of SoHo West, the Cast Iron Lofts Collection, put this neighborhood on the map and is now home to more than 800 residents,” says Louis Mont, COO of Hoboken-based Manhattan Building Company. “We’re incredibly excited to move forward in further establishing the community with the launch of Soho Lofts, which will introduce an even higher level of urban luxury with condo-style interior finishes, cutting-edge and modern indoor and outdoor amenities combined with a chic, contemporary lifestyle.” Continue reading