520-Unit Mixed-Used Development Legacy Place Under Construction in East Brunswick

Legacy Place East Brunswick Construction
Legacy Place construction progress. Image courtesy of Caryl Communications.

Developer Garden Communities has announced construction is underway at mixed-use development Legacy Place in East Brunswick. Located just off Route 18, at 110 Tices Lane, the 520-unit complex will offer a mix of apartments and townhouses.

The 25-acre site will be developed in three phases. Two apartment buildings with garage parking and 18,000 square feet of ground-floor retail will front on Tices Lane, with more suburban-style apartments and townhomes located toward the rear of the site. Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners is the Concept Architect and Architect of Record for this project.

Legacy is on track to begin initial marketing and leasing in mid-2023.

“Legacy Place has been designed as a pedestrian-centric, town center-style development,” said the managing director of Garden Communities, Scott Loventhal. “Its product mix – including one-, two- and three-bedroom residences – benefits every demographic, from young professionals and families to empty-nesters.”

According to Loventhal, the development’s desirable Middlesex County address and variety of housing options provide a decisive market advantage.

Amenities for the complex are slated to include a 5,000-square-foot clubhouse, a fitness center, and a co-working space. The mixed-use community will also offer a shuttle service for residents to the East Brunswick bus terminal, which offers direct non-stop service to Manhattan.

As part of the project’s development, Garden Communities is making improvements to the roads around Legacy Place. This includes relocating a municipal road to provide more vehicle capacity and building a new traffic signal that will help to alleviate existing traffic.

Garden Communities is based in Short Hills, New Jersey. They have a robust multifamily project pipeline that will introduce dozens of new communities in the tri-state area over the next several years.


Have something to add to this story? Email [email protected].

Click here to sign up for Jersey Digs' free emails and news alerts. Stay up-to-date by following Jersey Digs on Twitter and Instagram, and liking us on Facebook.

No posts to display