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WEB ID: 85308536

310 3rd St Unit# 4 Jc, Downtown, Hudson County, NJ 07302

Jc, Downtown, Hudson County, NJ 07302

for sale | Condominium

2 beds
2 baths
1314 Approx. Sqft
$1,250,000

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WEB ID: 85308536

310 3rd St Unit# 4 Jc, Downtown, Hudson County, NJ 07302

Jc, Downtown, Hudson County, NJ 07302

for sale | Condominium

2 beds
2 baths
1314 Approx. Sqft
$1,250,000

The Details

About 310 3rd St Unit# 4, Jc, Downtown, NJ 07302

310 3rd St, Jc, Downtown, NJ, 07302

Discover your dreamhome in downtown Jersey City with this brand new residence ready to dazzle. Style and design captivate in the contemporary 4-unit building boasting a sleek tan brick facade. The location is impeccable, with close proximity to Grove Street Plaza and nearby PATH station, plus Hamilton or Mary Benson parks. This 2 bed, 2 bath floorplan features ample square footage, private balcony, private rooftop...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran Sawyer Smith, Megan Gulick, (551) 697-5158
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key features

  • Central air
  • Cooling: Central A/C
  • Exterior Description: Brick
  • Flooring: Hardwood
  • Garage Description: No Garage
  • Interior: Intercom System
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    Downtown Jersey City

    Downtown Jersey City has a dual identity: It’s the hub of a commuter town and an urban waterfront metropolis of its own. It’s no surprise that so many are drawn to Jersey City’s charming and convenient downtown, with the waterfront’s sweeping, cinematic view of Manhattan, an abundance of great restaurants and bars, and easily walkable streets. And of course, it's a short PATH train ride away from the heart of New York City. The area comprises several smaller neighborhoods, including Historic Downtown, the waterfront, and Newport, a master-planned mixed-use community. The Grove Street Plaza serves as downtown’s heart, with its weekly farmers’ market, an artist and maker market, free summer concerts (dubbed “Groove on Grove”), and occasionally, the Jersey City Record Riot, with more than 40 tables of vintage vinyl. Housing choices span the gamut, ranging from 19th-century townhouses to high-rise luxury residential buildings.

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