North Bergen officials cut ribbon at Solaia

The 14-story luxury residential development successfully launched sales earlier this year

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Officials cut the ribbon at the Solaia on Dec. 10. Photo by Art Schwartz
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The Solaia boasts views of the New York City skyline.
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A rendering of the now-completed 14-story residential building.
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Officials cut the ribbon at the Solaia on Dec. 10. Photo by Art Schwartz
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The Solaia boasts views of the New York City skyline.
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A rendering of the now-completed 14-story residential building.

North Bergen officials and representatives of Skyline Development Group cut a ceremonial ribbon at Solaia, a new upscale condominium building in Hudson County. Mayor Nicholas Sacco and other township officials were on hand to mark the occasion on Dec. 10.

“With its prime location, stunning views of Manhattan, exquisite architecture and design, and state-of-the-art features, Solaia is one of the most distinctive properties on the entire Gold Coast,” said Sacco.

The ceremony marked the completion of the residential building’s 70 upscale residences and 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities at 8701 Churchill Road. The milestone followed the sales launch of the 14-story building earlier this year, which officials touted as successful.

Since its debut, officials say Solaia has resonated with luxury homebuyers seeking to live in a suburban-like environment near New York City. Solaia recorded five sales in November alone, according to The Marketing Directors, its exclusive marketing and sales agent.

Near the Hudson River waterfront, Solaia is elevated into the Palisades Cliffs in the heart of what is considered New Jersey’s Gold Coast. The residential development sits in close proximity to transit, being less than 10 minutes from NY Waterway ferry service into Manhattan, the Lincoln Tunnel and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail. It is also a half-mile from James Braddock North Hudson County Park.

The Solaia boasts views of the New York City skyline.

“We’re delighted to officially open the doors to high end living at Solaia,” said Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Skyline Development Group Louis Mont. “We’re opening this building at a time when buyers are rethinking their priorities and want larger, luxurious homes in well-amenitized buildings that provide a respite from the congestion of Manhattan but are still near its business and entertainment centers. Solaia completely fills those desires and has received an overwhelmingly positive response in today’s market.”

Luxury living in North Bergen

Solaia is home to a mix of one, two and three-bedroom homes. Most residences have private outdoor space and a select number of two-bedroom homes includes a den.

The indoor and outdoor amenities at Solaia aim to provide a spa-inspired lifestyle “unlike any other found in the region.” The focal point of recreational amenities is “The Sanctuary,” a three-story luxury wellness facility within the building, featuring a fitness center with 18 foot ceilings, TRX and boxing, a steam room, sauna, experiential rain shower, Himalayan salt inhalation therapy room with infrared relaxation stations, jetted vitality tub, and dressing rooms with personalized residents’ lockers.

A rendering of the now-completed 14-story residential building.

Other amenities include a co-working space with private conference room, and resident lounge featuring a fireplace, billiards, demonstration kitchen and event space. Outside, there’s also a dog run and a cliffside roof deck with outdoor kitchen and dining areas, as well as fire pits and seating.

“The amenities are second to none, with a spa-like atmosphere and world-class facilities for fitness, relaxation, and entertainment,” Sacco continued. “It makes a great addition to North Bergen and I’m proud to welcome it to our community.”

The residences are available for immediate occupancy, starting in the $600,000’s. For additional information on Solaia, call 201-548-8000 or visit www.LiveSolaia.com.

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