Landsea Homes hosted an evening soiree to celebrate the launch of Arts Avora, its new arts program inside their luxury Weehawken waterfront condominium Avora. Created in collaboration with Hoboken-based Barsky Gallery and boutique interior design studio Lauren Jayne Design, Arts Avora is an initiative that brings inspiring artwork into the building’s lobby and amenities.
Guests were given a first look at the permanent installation by the artists themselves, emerging American artist Hanna Margetson-Rushmore and French photographer Fabrice Silly. The exhibition comprises a collection of Margetson-Rushmore’s large-scale texturized prints that harmonize with Avora’s vibrant waterfront location and contemporary architecture and Silly’s landscape and waterscape photography. Guests also previewed two of the building’s newest model residences and enjoyed dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson River and evening sunset from the balcony.
Developed by Landsea Homes and designed to maximize views of the Manhattan skyline, Avora is a spectacular condominium that blends luxury with green living. The 11-story glassy building is situated along the Weehawken promenade, featuring dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River and just steps away from the ferry terminal.
Residents can enjoy a vast collection of resort-style amenities that exudes a true indoor/outdoor living experience. Located on the third floor, amenities include landscaped courtyard with BBQs and outdoor dining areas, sun shelf swimming pool with adjacent cabanas, outdoor amphitheater seating with fire pits. residents lounge complete with a two-sided fireplace, entertainment AV system with surround sound, co-working spaces and catering kitchen, children’s playroom, private screening room, virtual golf and game room, fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment, spa, steam and sauna rooms.