Condo boards spur renovations in Cliffside Park, North Bergen

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A four-year repositioning of the 1972-built Briarcliff building at 250 George Street in Cliffside Park has been completed, NJBIZ reported. Steven Kratchman Architect said the project resulted in a rebranding of the 315-unit residential complex, now called the Apogee, and a revitalization of the building’s lobby and resident amenities. The New York-based design firm began renovations at the complex in 2014. The project, which reportedly cost $5 million, was spurred by the growth in condominium construction in the area hiked the average sales price in the complex by nearly 13 percent, as of December. Floor plans at the Apogee range from 796 to 1,646 square feet and start at $210,000. In the nearby Township of North Bergen, a three-year, $6.1 million capital improvement project has also been completed at the 300-unit Parker Imperial tower. The renovations included external and mechanical restorations and common area refurbishments. Coldwell Banker, which is marketing several units at the Parker Imperial, said its co-op board has planned additional improvements at the complex, such as lobby renovations. [NJBIZ]