The Altura of Jersey City allows you to soak in sweeping, unobstructed views of the Manhattan Skyline from the comfort of your brand-new home. And, with a location just minutes from the Journal Square PATH, the Altura couldn't be more easily connected to the city.
The newly constructed Altura offers homes ranging in size from studio suites up to three-bedroom residences. Tenants can avoid the hassle of laying out a large security deposit upon leasing a home by signing up with Rhino insurance. All members of this community also enjoy a a bevy of modern amenities both inside their home and out. From solid hardwood floors, central AC and premium stainless steel appliances, to private parking, a roof deck and fitness room, the Altura has it all.
Starting at $1650. Various layouts are available.
Starting at $1850. Various layouts are available.
Starting at $2500. Various layouts are available.
All unit sizes offer the flexibility of 12 to 24 month leases and the added benefit of one month free on a 24 month lease! If you sign up with Rhino insurance, you can avoid paying a security deposit altogether.
- Indoor/Outdoor Parking
- Fitness Room
- Roof Deck
- Secure Package Room
- Pet Friendly
- Roof Lounge and Panoramic Views
- 24 Hr Security
- Near JSQ Path
- Hardwood floors
- Energy Efficient Windows
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Oven Vents Outside
- Washer and Dryer
- On demand hot water tanks
- Central AC and High Efficiency Heating
- Limited homes with private outdoor space
Journal Square, once named a "crown jewel, a glowing commercial, entertainment and transportation hub" of Jersey City by The New York Daily News, is a distinct neighborhood within Jersey City offering a bevy of conveniences for its residents. From the PATH Station providing expedient access into Manhattan, to the views of the city itself, Journal Square is well connected to the Big Apple and offers its own rich culture.
From the early 1900s, Journal Square has been a bustling neighborhood well known for the variety of entertainment options. Home to the Stanley Theater (since demolished and restored) and the Loew's Jersey Theater, Journal Square was considered the cultural center of Hudson County. The original "Square" itself lived at the crossroads between Kennedy Boulevard and Bergen Avenue.
Today, the "Square" has been extended to include the Marion section of Jersey City, India Square, the Five Corners and Bergen Square. For green spaces, residents of Journal Square are nearby renowned Lincoln Park, offering playing fields, large expanses of land, ball courts and more. In the warmer months of the year, residents can also enjoy a farmer's market through the heart of Journal Square. Whether you're looking to pop over to the city with ease or enjoy the sights and sounds of your own neighborhood, Journal Square has it all.
New York Location
140 Broadway, Floor 28
New York, NY 10005
New Jersey Location
200 Hudson Street
Jersey City, NJ 07311