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Asbury Ocean Club closes most expensive home sold in Asbury Park history

Asbury Ocean Club, the 17-story residential property that introduced luxury living to the Jersey Shore last summer, recently closed its largest residence. Listed at $5.9 million, the sale marks a record in the history of Asbury Park and is a testament to the luxurious design and lifestyle of this oceanfront oasis, which includes a full range of amenities and luxury services. Asbury Ocean Club is only 70 minutes from New York City and less than an hour from many major New Jersey communities. Residents soak up the coastal surroundings from every corner of the property, while being central to the bustling seaside town of Asbury Park, offering miles of promenade and beaches, an active arts culture and an established and growing restaurant scene.

The recent duplex penthouse sale is one of six unique two-story penthouse designs at Asbury Ocean Club. This one-of-a-kind four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence boasts a total of 6,846 square feet, with over 4,500 square feet of indoor living space and 2,300 square feet of outdoor rooms, balconies and a roof terrace with an outdoor kitchen.

In addition to having access to 24/7 concierge services, residents can also take advantage of high-end amenities including: a 65 x 30 foot heated swimming pool and terrace with views of the , a relaxing spa, – a state-of-the-art fitness center, library and game room, fully equipped chef’s kitchen, movie screening room, and business center with private offices and videoconferencing capabilities. Keeping the residents’ furry friends in mind, facilities also include a pet spa and sand paw wash station.

At the heart of the property is The Drawing Room – a ‘glass house’ overlooking the terrace and the sand dune landscape – serving as a living room with an open kitchen and libation lounge, creating an all round fireside retreat. the year.

“People are spending more time at home than ever and are looking for a drive-away escape. Asbury Ocean Club offers that one-of-a-kind getaway where you can truly live, work and play,” says Jodi Stasse, Senior Managing Director of Corcoran Sunshine, who leads Asbury Ocean Club’s exclusive sales and marketing team. “The allure of a ‘lock up and go’ lifestyle means every request is answered with a phone call the minute you get home, or even sooner. The vision was to offer our owners more time to spend with family and friends while our concierge takes care of your daily needs. It’s the Asbury Ocean Club.

With brilliantly understated design by creative visionary Anda Andrei (11 Howard, Gramercy Park Hotel + Residences), the residences’ hand-selected finishes include white oak flooring, custom cabinetry by Spazzi of Spain, stone countertops engineering, Hansgrohe fixtures and polished porcelain bathrooms. walls. Simple materials, like concrete and glass with wood accents, create an open, light and airy setting. The graceful curves of Asbury Ocean Club, courtesy of Handel Architects (Dream Downtown Hotel in Manhattan, Rosewood Hotel in Abu Dhabi), reflect the coastline and accentuate the views from each home.

The seller is the building’s developer, iStar, the real estate leader who became master developer of thirty acres along the Asbury Park waterfront in 2010. The multi-billion dollar redevelopment plan of a decade presented by iStar includes The Asbury, the award-winning property launched in 2016 as Asbury Park’s first hotel in 50 years, as well as Asbury Lanes, the legendary bowling alley-turned-concert venue named after Bruce Springsteen.

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