Part of you always knew that Newark was on the brink of revitalization, and now, right enough, the Brick City’s time has come. Sure, you’ve been coming to The Rock for Devils games for years. But with easily accessible transit for quick commutes, a burgeoning cultural scene, trendy restaurants like Marcus BP, and even a Whole Foods Market, Newark is a place people are now prouder than ever to call home.
Among the projects putting the “vital” in “urban revitalization” is 24 Jones, a 152-unit apartment building located in the bustling University Heights district. Whether you’re in the market for a studio, one-bedroom, or two-bedroom residence, you’re sure to enjoy the fine finishes inside the home and the luxury amenities shared by the community. And with a limited-time offer of two free months for new residents, your budget is certain to approve as well.
These residences offer much more than a great location in an up-and-coming neighborhood. They also promise freshness, with a variety of living experiences available in 13 different floor plans. All, however, share an attention to modern detail. Oak hardwood floors and oversized windows offer the touch of livable luxury, while central heating and cooling assure your comfort. You’ll keep your wardrobe gleaming thanks to a Whirlpool washer and dryer, and in the kitchen, create great meals using Energy Star-certified stainless steel GE appliances. The kitchen looks as good as it cooks, with ceramic tile backsplash and custom cabinets in a rich espresso finish. Bathrooms boast cultured marble countertops, and bedrooms come with walk-in closets offering plenty of space.
24 Jones offers a thoughtfully selected amenity package. You can head outside for a picnic, or stay on top of your workout game thanks to the state-of-the-art Technogym equipment in the fitness center. Relax or get down to work in the resident lounge, equipped with wireless Internet and a flat-screen TV. You can store your bike securely and get a little peace of mind from on-site covered parking, an attended lobby, and 24-hour doorman.
Just beyond your front door is the Springfield Avenue Marketplace, where an impressively community-aligned ShopRite anchors 125,000 sq. ft. of retail space. It’s a breeze riding NJ Transit to Newark Penn Station and less than an hour total time to midtown Manhattan. The location is particularly convenient for those who study at Rutgers, Seton Hall Law, NJIT, or Essex County College, or for those who work in nearby area hospitals such as University or St. Michael’s.
Access to everything is the name of the game at 24 Jones. You’ll be just ten minutes from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the NJ Symphony Orchestra, and Newark Museum. The Prudential Center offers big-name concerts as well as hockey games. And if you prefer movies, the CityPlex 12 is within a mile. You’ll also get a front row seat as Newark continues its renaissance with exciting mixed-use projects like Mulberry Commons and Teachers Village.
Perhaps best of all, for a limited time, 24 Jones is offering two free months to new residents. Rents start at $1,600 per month for a studio, $1,850 for a one-bedroom, and $2,380 for a residence with two bedrooms and two baths.
For more information, visit 24Jones.com or call 973-320-9291.