Fifth Phase of CENTURION Project Approved in Downtown Union

Centurion Union Center Phase 5 Rendering
Image courtesy of Cahn Communications.

The construction of a five-story residential building containing a two-story parking garage has been approved by the Union Township Planning Board. The building is part of the fifth phase of CENTURION Union Center.

Located at 968 Bonnel Court, the building will offer 105 ground floor parking spaces for public use, with the second floor of the garage containing 107 parking spaces allocated for CENTURION residents. The three residential floors above the garages will encompass 85 luxury rental residences.

Centurion Union Center Phase 5 Rendering 2
Image courtesy of Cahn Communications.

CENTURION Union Center is part of Union’s downtown center revitalization, which upon completion will feature more than 320 new residences and approximately 27,000 square feet of retail space housed in five buildings along Stuyvesant Avenue.

LANDMARK is the designated redeveloper of the Stuyvesant Avenue Redevelopment Project as part of a public-private partnership to reenergize Union Center. Prior to the redevelopment, the township’s downtown district had not experienced any new residential construction in more than three decades.

“Throughout the planning and development of this project, we’ve worked closely with the township to ensure CENTURION was a catalyst in transforming Union Center into a vibrant downtown setting,” said Manny Fernandez, Founder of LANDMARK. “We’ve remained cognizant of the needs of the community-at-large and dedicated to providing all the elements to make downtown welcoming to existing and new residents, local businesses and customers alike.  These efforts have brought the collective vision for Union Center into focus, and the addition of more than 100 new public parking spaces will help us fully realize that vision.”


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