3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Townhouse with New York City Views
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
Max guests: 16
- No shoes in the house
- Please wash and clean up after yourselves in the kitchen
Location is perfect for easy access in and out of the city.
Most New York City tourist attractions such as World Trade Center, 911 Memorial, Times Square, etc are within 10-30 minutes by public transit
- english, mandarin, cantonese
About Alan Suen
I was born and raised in New York City, attended college at Yale, and currently live in New York with my wife and our son. Aside from annual unplanned trips to Disney World and Las Vegas, we've visited Alaska, Seattle, Vancouver, Cancun, Miami, and Cabo San Lucas. We've also road tripped on both the West Coast from San Francisco to LA to Las Vegas and on the East Coast from New York down to Florida. I'm a serial entrepreneur who loves to explore and try new things. I'm into fitness and nutrition, skiing, snowboarding, snorkeling, swimming, hiking, boating; the list is endless. But, above all, I love to spend time with my family.
Alan Suen purchased this Townhome in 2017
Why Alan Suen chose Jersey City
My first job was in Jersey City, just a 5 minute metro ride from New York's World Trade Center. There, I realized for the first time that Jersey City and other neighboring cities in New Jersey along the Hudson River had the most spectacular waterfront views of Manhattan and New York City. Given New York City's general outlawing of vacation rental properties, I chose to invest in Jersey City as it is the closest a vacation home can be located to New York City and has an entire city culture of its own with skyscrapers rivaling those in Manhattan as well as neighborhoods strewn with townhouses, brownstones, and Victorian architecture.
What makes this Townhome unique
The home was built in the early 1900s on a solid stone foundation supported by beams running the entire length of the home, reminiscent of some of the classic townhouses in Brooklyn and Manhattan in New York City. The strength and durability of such construction no longer exists in today's newly constructed homes. Although I've renovated the property to bring it up to date with contemporary style, if I had to sum up the home in one word, charming seems like the perfect description. Oh, and the place is sun-drenched in front during the day and you can see the World Trade Center from the sidewalk right in front.