Wonder Lofts, Hoboken’s historic Wonder Bread factory community, already 50% sold

Hoboken’s historic Wonder Bread factory-turned-condo community, Wonder Lofts, is already 50% sold as buyers responded to the unique residential offering along New Jersey’s Hudson River Gold Coast just minutes from Manhattan, according to an announcement from Prism Capital Partners, which developed Wonder Lofts in partnership with Parkwood Development and Angelo Gordon.

The project at 720 Clinton St. includes 83 units ranging from two to five bedrooms and 1,200 to 2,700 square feet of living space. Uniquely, every home includes a parking space in the secured onsite garage and significant private outdoor space ranging up to 1,900 square feet. Many of the outdoor spaces feature views of the Manhattan skyline.

Wonder Lofts living room. (Prism Capital Partners)

“The rapid sales pace at Wonder Lofts reflects the design distinction of this boutique property, the homes’ uncommonly expansive living spaces, the robust offering of indoor and outdoor amenities, and our commitment to preserving and enhancing the fabric of the family-oriented Hoboken community,” said Robert Fourniadis, senior vice president – residential of Prism Capital Partners. “This is a one-of-a-kind property that has appealed to buyers from both sides of the Hudson River who recognize the rarity of having the living space of a brownstone, townhome or single-family home with the amenities of a modern condominium building, all in a fantastic, well-connected neighborhood.”

The Wonder Bread factory dates to circa 1909 and was in operation into the 1960s. Wonder Lofts includes 14,400 square feet of shared amenities, including a rooftop patio lounge with an infinity-edge swimming pool and views of the Manhattan skyline.

The model properties were styled by Serena & Lily.

Homes at Wonder Lofts are priced from $1.3 million for two-bedroom residences, $1.66 million for three-bedroom homes, $2 million for four-bedroom floor plans and $3.35 million for five-bedroom homes, with initial occupancy scheduled for early 2022.