Efficient layouts, top-notch amenities, and a convenient location plus virtual leasing presentations distinguish this brand new rental building.
If you’re a renter who's been sticker-shocked from escalating rents in Jersey City or Hoboken, how about looking a bit north in Guttenberg, a city just north of the Lincoln Tunnel that offers a significant value compared to its more southern neighbors, without losing those coveted urban amenities.
This fully-restored 19th Century brownstone in Paulus Hook features three expansive, full-floor apartments with modern finishes and conveniences. Units #1 and #3 have already rented. Now, only #2 remains, asking $5,500/month.
Homes at Park Bayonne are in high demand and just a few apartments remain available at the development, which is proving to be a great success story for the Peninsula City. Those looking for larger units will be impressed with the value they get at Park Bayonne.
Located just off Grove Street, 56 Wayne offers brand new, well-restored townhome residences. The recently completed project offers spacious layouts, top of the line finishes, and historic details.
Recently completed as part of the Springfield Avenue Marketplace development, 24 Jones brings 152 modernly styled apartments to Newark's University Heights neighborhood. Offering quick access to downtown, multiple universities and cultural destinations, the community is perfect for those who want to live near it all.
There are several factors that distinguish the new Mill Rocks community, beyond the fact that it’s the only new construction rental building in the area, it also offers modern finishes, useful amenities, and a convenient location all at a competitive price.
Come and see why this is truly a rare find: Three luxury rental units in an exquisitely restored brownstone building from the 1880s. Everything is brand new, and has been transformed and completely renovated from top to bottom with today's modern elements.
Less than three months after the official ribbon cutting, the Baker Building is nearly 80% leased. The 83-unit rental building in Lafayette, a neighborhood largely skipped over by developers over the last two decades, the project was a beacon of the area’s revitalization. Considering the robust leasing activity, it seems Point Capital Development struck the right chord.
Looking for a well-maintained rental in the Heights? Here it is, this upscale and urban rental fuses the serenity of a secluded neighborhood street with the convenience of a prime location; within walking distance of all New York City transportation, Hoboken, Riverview Park and Central Avenue.
12Page 1 of 2