Bijou Properties debuts upscale rentals in Hoboken

By Emily Bader
Hoboken | May 22, 2019 at 9:24 am

A new upscale six-story rental building dubbed Edge Adams has recently debuted in Hoboken, according to developer Bijou Properties.

Bijou said leasing has begun for the 34 one- and two-bedroom homes located at 1405 Adams St.

Manhattan-based The Marketing Directors will serve as the property’s exclusive marketing and leasing agent.

Edge Adams is the second boutique building in Bijou’s Edge Lofts apartment portfolio, it said, following in the footsteps of Edge Clinton, a 35-unit rental building at 1405 Clinton St.

“Uptown Hoboken has transformed into the City’s most sought-after neighborhood by blending new and stylish apartment homes with some of Hudson County’s most happening and trendy shops and dining venues,” Larry Bijou, managing partner of Bijou Properties, said. “These include Orale, a hip Mexican eatery which opened at 1426 Willow Avenue last year and joined established uptown retailers such as Trader Joe’s, Bowtie Cinemas, Hudson Table, the Pilsener Haus & Biergarten and the Gravity Vault Rock Climbing Gym.  We’re excited to add Edge Adams to the mix and bring a signature new rental building to the north end.”

The building was designed by MHS Architects, Bijou said.

Homes are sized between 758 to 1,232 square feet and priced starting at $2,960. In-building amenities include a fitness center, residents lounge, coworking space, kitchenette and play area, and a landscaped terrace with grills and lounge areas. There is also an automated parking garage and indoor bike storage.

“There’s never a shortage of activities (in Hoboken), with boutique shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars along Washington and 14th Streets,” Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, said. “The city also hosts numerous waterfront concerts, seasonal fairs and street festivals. Just blocks from Edge Adams is the Garden Street Farmer’s Market held annually and sponsored by Bijou Properties at the Garden Street Mews on 14th and Garden Streets.”

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader