I am not familiar with the specific pricing along the water, but I have a suggestion. Call a few of the new highrise sales offices (use google for a list), and you will see for certain what the differential is between an inland view and one of the Manhattan skyline/water view. I am sure you wil be paying a premium of at least 10-15% or more for that spectacular view. There are a lot of new and newer buildings along the river road near the ferry.....so you can get a good idea as far as highrises are concerned...........as far as single family homes, you'd need an agent from that area to respond. I am sure some will come along!
Prudential NJ Properties
In our "NJ Gold Coast" area a NYC/river view does add value to a home/condo/co-op. However, various other factors affect any premium for that, such as home condition, upgrades, availability of parking and, in the case of condos or co-ops, maintenance, property taxes (as applicable) and building amenities. If I can be of further service, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Elena Schwartz, ABR(r)
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
NJAR Circle of Excellence 2008
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