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Hudson Lights reaches 75 percent leased

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A rendering of Hudson Lights.
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Developers Tucker Development Corp. and Kushner Real Estate recently announce their joint-venture Hudson Lights in Fort Lee has reached 75 percent occupancy after 10 months since the company began leasing.

Of the mixed-use complex’s 276 luxury apartments, 207 are now leased.

“We are thrilled with the impressive demand we are seeing in the summer months for the apartments at Hudson Lights,” Richard Tucker, CEO of Tucker Development, said. “It has been a joy to watch this community become a centerpiece for downtown Fort Lee’s transformation into a 24-hour, livable and walkable community.”

Tucker and Kushner said the demand and absorption of the residences is a testament to the revitalization of Fort Lee’s downtown and Bergen County as a whole.

Hudson Lights is anchored by an eight screen iPic movie theater with an in-house City Perch Kitchen & Bar. Mamoun’s, Paris Baguette, Gaonnuri Restaurant, Anthony Franco’s Pizza, Capital One Bank and CycleBar are also part of the joint-venture.

"Hudson Lights presents a highly unique lifestyle product, not usually found in the New Jersey real estate market,” Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the exclusive marketing and leasing agent for the residences at Hudson Lights. “We are seeing an unparalleled demand this summer for these distinctive residences and the entertainment experience provided to those lucky enough to call Hudson Lights home.”

Hudson Lights also provides its residents with a courtesy shuttle service to the Manhattan subway less than 10 minutes away. Pricing starts at $2,375 per month.

The 16-acre lot, half of which is Hudson Lights and the other half is SJP Properties’ the Modern luxury apartments, sat vacant for more than 40 years. 

Construction for the first phase of the project began in October 2013. 

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Mario Marroquin

Mario Marroquin

Mario Marroquin covers real estate. A native of El Salvador, Mario is bilingual in English and Spanish. He graduated from Penn State University and worked in Pennsylvania before moving to New Jersey. His email is mariom@njbiz.com.

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