Hovnanian at Port Imperial Urban Renewal VI, LLC has introduced its $8 million dollar penthouse at its Nine on the Hudson (Nine) development, located in the Port Imperial neighborhood of West New York.
The penthouse blends thoughtful amenities and fengshui to create a zen oasis and sanctuary above the busy city below. The penthouse at Nine is surrounded by skyline views, resort style living, and minimalistic design that puts amenities and luxury at the forefront.
The private roof is designed to be a personal sanctuary that celebrates the luxury of open air living—something that seems almost difficult to find, unless you’re close to Central Park. From the covered cabana area to crackling fire pits, lush lawn, and garden, this rooftop and yard space is inspired by nature bringing suburban flair to an urban setting. The mix of wood, stone, plants, and water elements provide style and sophistication to this outdoor escape.
Floating stairs lead from the foyer to rooftop in a glass atrium that captures sunlight, bringing natural elements together and energizing the home. The Zen garden provides serenity and peace to the environment.
With a tatami-inspired table, thoughtful lighting, and artwork that hints at faraway lands, the dining room is a place to bring people and food together. City views, subdued and sophisticated colors, and a warm and inviting ambiance make this the ultimate gathering space.
Fresh, farm-to-table-foods can be difficult to find in New York. However, the penthouse at Nine brings nature into the home with a greenhouse for cultivating your own herbs, fruits, and vegetables. The kitchen boasts a large island and raised stovetop, with black marble and a clean-nature design throughout, creating a special place to indulge.
A sculpted fireplace is the center of attention in the great room, which complements the city lights beyond floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
The bathroom is both thoughtful and dramatic with a marble infinity tub and a clean design inspired by architecture’s greats.
The penthouse at Nine pushes the envelope with the penthouse’s design by creating a zen oasis, inspired by Japanese design and Dutch aesthetics—a design incomparable to other penthouses in New Jersey and New York City.