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880 Bergen Avenue, a piece of Jersey City’s Art Deco past, will soon be available for rent in Journal Square. The building interior has been luxuriously reconfigured into 54 modern residential homes while its facade has undergone a meticulous restoration. Both an homage to another era and a brand new future, 880 Bergen Avenue will be a refreshing take on the neighborhood’s rental landscape.
The building was constructed in the 1920s for Bank of America — who neatly still has a presence with a retail branch on the ground floor — and along with the historic exterior preservation, the Art Deco aesthetic echoes throughout the new interiors with funky design details and the original terrazzo floors.
Amenities abound at 880 Bergen Avenue, not the least of which is its location. The new rental community is just blocks from the Journal Square Transportation Center (a five-minute walk) with access to PATH trains and buses. 880 Bergen Avenue is also truly at the heart of the neighborhood with bars, restaurants, shopping, and services in every direction.
Residents will also enjoy a collection of high-rise caliber amenities both indoors and out. The elevator building offers secure key FOB entry, Parcel Pending package concierge which accepts and stores deliveries in a secure location, laundry on-site, a resident lounge as well as a fitness center, bike parking, and storage.
The crowning amenity is the glass-enclosed penthouse lounge, offering sunlight and sweeping views year round plus a pool table, business center, and TV. And in the warmer weather, residents will have the luxury of sunning, grilling, and just marveling at the Manhattan skyline from the rooftop terrace.
880 Bergen Avenue is comprised of 25 studios and 29 one-bedroom homes for rent. Studios average 475 square feet and one bedrooms total anywhere from 585-700 square feet. Apartments are appointed with high-end and unique finishes, including posh touches like under-cabinet lighting in the kitchen and towel warmers in the bathroom.
Studios range from $1,600- $1,950 and one bedrooms are priced between $1,950 and $2,400. Residents also have the option of foregoing the traditional one-month security deposit with Rhino Insurance.
880 Bergen Avenue will be available to tour early this summer and is slated for occupancy beginning in July.