Park Foundry Apartments
Located in historic Hamilton Park district, the Park Foundry is a unique loft rental building that offers old world charm with modern world convenience. Large rooms, soaring ceilings and enormous windows create large and bright living spaces.
Located in historic Hamilton Park, the Park Foundry is a unique loft rental building that offers old world charm with modern world convenience. Large rooms, exposed brick, soaring ceilings and enormous windows create large and bright living spaces that are appointed with a long list of amenities and conveniences. Located minutes away from New York City and all public transportation.
- Soaring ceilings, Enormous windows, and Hardwood floors
- Great access to transportation, short distance to local PATH station (Newport & Grove Street)
- Gourmet kitchens with custom appliances and spa-like bathrooms
- Individually-controlled HVAC
- Pre-wired for computers
- Laundry facilities on each floor
- Rooftop deck with views of NYC, Elevator building, Available on-site parking
It’s our duty to ensure that we hand over a healthy planet to our children and grandchildren.
That is why we are committed to building with sustainable, renewable materials and systems such as super energy efficient heating and cooling, radiant heat, tiger strand bamboo flooring, recycled glass countertops, low VOC paint, energy efficient appliances and reused steel and concrete structural systems.
Historic Downtown Jersey City
The Grove Street Neighborhood in downtown Jersey City is vibrant and exciting, for the true city dweller. The area is accessible by the PATH train, many NJ Transit buses, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, with the Grove Street PATH Station at its center. Residents have the best of both worlds. Many restaurants, bars, and shops line the streets and community events are a frequent occurrence. Van Vorst Park is right around the corner with its farmer’s market, playgrounds, gazebo, dog parks, and stunning landscaping and Liberty State Park is just one mile away where tourists and locals alike enjoy the 1200-acre park with views of Manhattan and Brooklyn and access to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Liberty Science Center.