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Fusing luxury with sustainability on the US Gold Coast

Nav Pal
04 Oct 2019

Situated in Weehawken within New Jersey’s Gold Coast neighbourhood, Avora is a LEED Silver certified, full-service residential building designed by IBI Group.

Having surpassed 60% sold, Avora boasts a contemporary design that strategically maximizes views paired with 184 lavish residences and a vast collection of resort-style amenity spaces synonymous with waterfront living.

Upon entering the building, the bright, expansive lobby marks a grand sense of arrival with a marble concierge desk, beautifully appointed seating area with an adjacent coffee bar and contemporary artwork by emerging artist Hannah Margetson-Rushmore and Fabrice Silly.

On the third floor, a sprawling outdoor plaza is home to Avora’s landscaped courtyard, complete with grills, dining areas, cabanas, a firepit and most notably an outdoor pool overlooking the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan. Inside, residents can enjoy a private screening room, virtual golf and game room, children’s playroom and entertainment lounge with two-sided fireplace, flat-screen TV with surround sound, catering kitchen, and tech-hub co-working space with private conference rooms. 

With a variety of unique layouts, each residence includes soaring ceiling heights, sleek finishes, top-grade appliances and graciously sized living and bedrooms. Many of the homes at Avora feature private balconies and outdoor terraces, blurring the line between indoor and outdoor space.

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