Landsea Homes Corp. on Wednesday said it officially closed its last home in the Avora waterfront development in Weehawken — its first residential community on the East Coast.
Avora opened in 2018, marking Landsea Homes’ foray into the East Coast housing market, and it was also one of the company’s very first development projects.
“The homes at Avora were uniquely designed to provide luxury living with a coveted waterfront setting, sophisticated amenities and access to all the prime dining, shopping and entertainment the region has to offer. The sellout of Avora is a testament to the great demand for our homes and we’re thrilled knowing Avora residents will be ‘Living in their Element’ for years to come,” Mike Forsum, president and chief operating officer, Landsea Homes, stated.
Located in the Port Imperial neighborhood of New Jersey’s Gold Coast, the homes at Avora were priced from $650,000 to $4 million and include open floor plans with one to four bedrooms and flexible layouts designed for modern living. Each home features gourmet kitchens, chef-grade appliances, high ceilings and an outdoor terrace for enjoying the stunning views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.
Many homes also included flexible living space options through Landsea Homes’ LiveFlex program, which allows buyers to transform spaces for their lifestyle, from a work-from-home office to personal gym or remote schooling study zone.
Residents enjoy resort-style amenities, including a contemporary lounge, children’s playroom, private screening room, virtual golf and game room, fitness center, expansive sun deck with an outdoor swimming pool and dining terraces, on-site pet grooming and private parking, as well as a concierge service.