The Capstone at Port Imperial, a new luxury residential building in Port Imperial offering stunning views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline, an elaborate amenity package, and high-quality design and finishes, opened Thursday, Roseland Residential Trust announced.
The Capstone, which is owned in joint venture with an institutional equity provider, is Roseland’s newest development in the Port Imperial community. Roseland is a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corp.
The Capstone features a mix of 360 units, ranging in size from studios to four-bedroom homes, with a wide array of floor plans to choose from. The building is complemented by a full suite of amenities and 25,000 square feet of retail and covered public parking.
The residences feature luxury plank floors, quartz countertops with full-height backsplashes, kitchen pendant lighting, state-of-the-art stainless-steel appliances and other designer-quality fixtures and finishes in the kitchens and bathrooms, Roseland officials said.
The amenity package is highlighted by a ninth floor indoor and outdoor lounge featuring a sundeck with views of the Hudson River and an expansive, 33,000-square-foot outdoor amenity deck including a two-level pool and spa, fireplace, barbeque grilling stations, outdoor billiards, foosball tables, outdoor theater, private cabanas, bocce court, children’s play area and a dog run.
The 3,000-square-foot fitness suite caters to a healthy lifestyle and features Technogym equipment, yoga, Fitness on Demand, spin studio and a dedicated outdoor fitness area on the deck.
Marshall Tycher, chairman of Roseland Residential Trust, said the property follows the mission of Roseland.
“Roseland continues to execute its vision at Port Imperial, developing high-quality residential assets that benefit from prime waterfront location, New York City skyline views and robust lifestyle amenities,” he said. “The Capstone further elevates the neighborhood at Riverwalk and is an excellent addition to Port Imperial’s live-work-play neighborhood, which is known for its numerous dining destinations, coveted outdoor space and easily accessible commuting options.
“The outdoor amenity deck is spectacular. The thoughtful design is a testament to Roseland’s unwavering commitment to excellence — we are always trying to outdo ourselves in each of our projects, and I’m thrilled to offer our residents a retreat of unique outdoor experiences, particularly given the times we are living in.”
The clubroom features a fireplace, billiards and outdoor deck with views of the Hudson River — perfect for entertaining guests — and a party room with a work lounge coffee bar and private conference rooms for residents who work from home. Additional amenities include an indoor dog grooming room, golf simulator, children’s playroom, 24-hour concierge, bike storage and several private garages. Residents at the Capstone have access to the Roseland Living app, which streamlines every resource into one place — from details about exclusive upcoming virtual events, Roseland perks and discounts, maintenance information and access to the rent portal.
Tycher said the exciting restaurant openings of Marcus Samuelsson at NoHu Rooftop in the EnVue hotel, and the new American gastropub, Porter, on the ground level of nearby RiverHouse 11, demonstrates Roseland’s continued investment in the neighborhood, but further underscores the exciting evolution of the Port Imperial community. The Capstone will soon be joined by RiverHouse 9, a 313-unit building in Weehawken also developed by Roseland.
Roseland officials feel Port Imperial has continued to transform into a sought-after lifestyle destination, with convenient access by ferry service to Manhattan, as well as the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail servicing the Gold Coast.