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Dated: December 19 2016
This article is sponsored by Avora, a luxury waterfront condominium community in Port Imperial, Weehawken.
Every once in a while, a building comes along that challenges expectations. For Port Imperial in Weehawken, that building is Avora, an ultra-luxury 184-unit resort-style condominium community. Located at 800 Avenue at Port Imperial, the project is led by Landsea, the first new developer to enter the Port Imperial market since 2008.
Avora stands in stark contrast to its neighboring properties. Sheathed almost entirely in glass, with striking lines, and dramatic angles, the building and its dramatic lobby and outdoor recreation areas give off a modern resort-style vibe. Avora is designed by renowned architects IBI Group, which conceived a multi-tiered, stepped-back design to maximize the building’s waterfront location and spectacular views of midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River.
The focal point of the property is its third-floor outdoor plaza, boasting an outdoor pool, lounging areas, grills and a fire pit, all centered around unencumbered views of Midtown Manhattan. There’s an elevated amphitheater where residents and guests can sit and admire one of the most iconic skylines in the world.
But what’s a premier building without an exceptional amenity package? In addition to the outdoor space, the property offers 30,000 square feet of indoor amenity space with a private screening theater, business center, elegant boardroom, a grand salon lounge with a bar and catering kitchen, on-site pet grooming, and a state-of-the-art strength and cardio fitness center.