The five most expensive zip codes for leasing a home fall in cities along the Hudson River coastline, but a few popular suburban towns aren’t too far behind.
Located right across the street from Hamilton Park, this renovated brownstone is chock full of modern amenities and old world charm.
Developers recently broke ground on Netherwood Flats, a 70-unit residential project with ground-floor retail located in Plainfield.
There will be 220 units, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, just across from Rutkowski Park. Woodmont Properties and Baker Residential are the developers, with Victor Mirontschuk of EDI International as architect. Completion is expected in a year and half.
The mixed-use transit-oriented community will have a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for rent as well as on-site amenities and retail.
The Harper at Harmon Meadows, a 469-unit luxury rental community, officially opens in Secaucus.
A firm has secured $77.75 million in funding for Vinty, a 267-unit residential project with retail and office space across from the Elizabeth train station.
Opening later this month in Newark's North Ironbound neighborhood is 325 Ferry, a new rental building featuring 91 residences.
A recent study of housing trends during the 2010s shows renter populations increased dramatically throughout the Garden State, especially among well-heeled residents.
Located just a block from Lambertville's Canal Towpath, this charming apartment pairs modern finishes with historical details.
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