This year’s top-selling Hudson County homes

Hoboken dominates with eight big sales

75 Park Lane South (Plaza Construction)
75 Park Lane South (Plaza Construction)

In the first half of 2022, Hudson County home sales reached uncharted territory.

A Hoboken penthouse — Unit #12IJ at 1500 Hudson Street, also known as 1500 Washington Street — kicked off the year with a record-breaking $4.2 million sale.

Just a month later, a penthouse condo at 75 Park Lane traded for $5.7 million, smashing Jersey City’s record for the priciest home sale.

Hoboken was unable to beat that in the first half of the year, but it claimed the lion’s share of top deals, which were largely off-market. The Real Deal compiled the data through deeds and tax assessment records for the entire state of New Jersey.

1. 75 Park Lane South, 3801

This Jersey City unit went for $5.7 million or $1,198 per square foot. The off-market deal was recorded in February. The nearly 4,700-square-foot apartment is part of a waterfront development offering units from studios to luxury penthouses.

2. 809 Hudson Street

809 Hudson Street (Trulia)

This brownstone mansion in Hoboken sold for $3.175 million. Situated on a 36-by-100-foot lot, the nearly 3,700-square-foot home clocks in at about $852 per foot. It features hardwood floors, fireplaces and decorative mantels, stained glass windows and cedar closets. Adam Picardo of Westside Realty Group had the listing. The sale was recorded in February.

3. 14 Henley Place

14 Henley Place (Trulia)

At just over $3 million, this waterfront townhouse in Weehawken, with just over 3,700 square feet, earned a price per square foot of $808. The off-market deal was recorded in March.

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4. 1223 Park Avenue

1223 Park Avenue (Hudson Realty Group)

Yet another brownstone, this renovated, four-story property in Hoboken’s uptown townhome district went for $2.975 million. Across its 2,500 square feet are four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and two living areas, along with a small garden. The price per square foot was $1,181, and the off-market deal was recorded in June.

5. 611 Hudson Street

611 Hudson Street (Redfin)

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One of four duplexes restored at this address by the Taurasi Group, this Hoboken home went for $2.825 million, or $1,070 per square foot. The 2,700-square-foot dwelling sold in an off-market deal recorded in June.

6. 714 Bloomfield Street

714 Bloomfield Street (Redfin)

This four-story brick and brownstone townhome, also in Hoboken, sits on a 20-by-100-foot lot and stretches over 3,000 square feet. The home went for $2.8 million, or $897 per square foot. The house features four bedrooms, an office, a den, two and a half bathrooms and a 550-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom rental apartment on the garden level. The off-market deal was recorded in April.

7. 613 Hudson Street

613 Hudson Street (Google Maps)

Part of the same Taurasi Group restoration, this Hoboken home went for $2.8 million, tying with 714 Bloomfield Street. With 3,700 square feet, that’s $758 per foot. The off-market deal was recorded in February.

8. 901 Bloomfield Street, Unit 3

901 Bloomfield Street (Google Maps)

Originally designed by New York architectural firm French, Dixon & DeSaldern in 1891 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, the building, known as the Raphael, has been converted into several homes. This one — unit three — went for $2.775 million or $770 per square foot for 3,600 square feet. The building is in Hoboken’s uptown Brownstone District. Peter Cossio of Brown Harris Stevens had the listing; the sale was recorded in April.

9. 1425 Hudson Street, 8G

1425 Hudson Street (BuzzBuzzHome)

This new construction from Toll Brothers City Living features three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms across nearly 2,000 square feet, including a small balcony. Located in Hoboken, the waterfront unit cost $2.77 million or $1,420 per square foot. The off-market sale was recorded in March.

10. 1425 Hudson Street, 7G

Next door, unit 7G closed for about $2.752 million or $1,410 per square foot across nearly 2,000 square feet. The off-market transaction was recorded in June.