The Parker Imperial is located in North Bergen, New Jersey on the Palisades overlooking the Hudson River, and is opposite the Manhattan skyline at approximately 72nd Street. The property is in a residential community of private homes and apartment buildings.
The property has a land area of approximately 37,650 square feet with a frontage of 203.29 feet along Boulevard East and a depth varying from 250.91 feet along 79th Street to 133.34 feet along 78th Street.
The Parker Imperial directly adjoins North Hudson Park, a public park of approximately 167 acres which contains 16 tennis courts, four handball courts, a lake with rowboating in the summer and ice skating in the winter, baseball diamonds, fields for football and soccer, basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, and a picnic area.
The building contains 309 units, including the superintendent’s apartment, in 26 structural stories above a four-level indoor parking garage (three of which are above street level) with space for 309 automobiles. There are 12 apartments on each of the floors except the first floor which contains 9 apartments. There is an outdoor swimming pool on the upper garage deck, adjacent to the first or lobby floor, containing men’s and women’s health clubs, each with a gymnasium containing exercise equipment, showers, sauna, massage room, unattended locker room, and toilets. The first floor includes a lobby, mail room, package room, refuse compactor room, and carriage room. Space in the carriage room is allocated by the Board of Directors. There is a laundry room on each floor upon which apartment units are located.