The Fulton House cooperative apartment is located on historic Boulevard East, which runs along the Hudson River Palisade.

All views in front of the Fulton House, as well as those seen along Boulevard East in Weehawken are federally protected and will be forever free of obstruction. People from around the world visit Weehawken daily for its views and to celebrate special events, such as weddings. Scenes from this area are regularly featured in movies and TV specials that use the New York skyline as a background.

Our eight-story, apartment building is located on a point along the palisade and is easy to see from Manhattan when looking west to New Jersey from a river view area between 60th and 35th Streets.

Among the unique features of our location are bus services that run around the clock and proximity to the NJ Transit Light Rail System and the NY Waterways Ferry.






The view below is from the sidewalk near the front of the Fulton House.






The two photos that follow show typical Fulton House picture window views. The one immediately below was taken during the summer.






The views in front of the Fulton House change with the weather as well as the time of day. The picture below was taken during the winter.






Nothing is more glorious than seeing the expanse of the New York skylight at twilight. The glowing sun you see below is its reflection in Manhattan's Time Warner building on Columbus Circle.






The view below looks northeast from the upper level of the Fulton House. Around the bend is Fort Lee and the George Washington Bridge. Near the bottom of the photo is Port Imperial's NY Waterways Ferry dock.






The view below looks southeast toward the tip of Manhattan and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which connects the boroughs of Staten Island and Brooklyn. Buildings along the lower road are primarily condominiums. To the right of the condominiums is Weehawken's recreational district and Lincoln Harbor, which includes a second ferry landing, hotels, shopping, and hotels. In the distance is Hoboken, followed by Newport, which is an extension of Jersey City.






Twilight.






Residents of the Fulton House are thrilled to see New York City under a variety of conditions. The one below is of a very rare condition showing a cold fog rolling in.






Photos courtesy of www.Littleviews.com

Questions? Please contact the Fulton House Board of Directors