Located along New Jersey Transit’s Raritan Valley Line is a new construction community comprised of 212 rentals. Situated in historic Sleepy Hollow, New Jersey, and aptly named Quin Sleepy Hollow, residents will not only benefit from the proximity to transportation but also from over 10,000 square feet of on-site amenities.
Quin Sleepy Hollow offers one- and two-bedroom residences for rent, with modern interiors but grounded in a charming suburban and historical community. The building’s “sneak peek” leasing opportunity was recently announced by developer JMF Properties.
“We designed Quin Sleepy Hollow to create a truly exceptional living experience that would embrace its unique setting and meaningfully connect with today’s renter,” said Joseph M. Forgione, Founder and Principal of JMF Properties. “This highly-desirable location afforded us an opportunity to respectfully blend a modern, city-style of living with an established residential neighborhood offering suburban appeal. We are pleased to announce the launch of leasing at the community, because we believe it is a one-of-a-kind combination that will resonate with today’s discerning renters.”
The rentals feature floor-to-ceiling windows and nine-foot ceilings; kitchens offer two-toned cabinetry and Quartz countertops. And all residences are equipped with central heat and air as well as a full-size washer and dryer.
Indoor amenities for residents include a lounge with a billiards table and library, a theater room, a business center, and a club room. Residents can also enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center. Over 10,000 square feet of amenities continue outside with an outdoor lounge, courtyard seating, BBQ grills, a bicycle library, and a dog park.
A new park adjacent to Quin Sleepy Hollow will be the future home of outdoor events and concerts and residents benefit from proximity to neighborhood shopping and dining as well as the downtown centers of nearby Westfield and Cranford.
Developed by JMF Properties, Quin Sleepy Hollow is located at 1400 South Avenue along the border of Fanwood and Scotch Plains in the historic Sleepy Hollow section of Plainfield. The building is within walking distance of the Netherwood train station and also near the Fanwood train station, both providing a 35-minute commute to Newark Penn Station and a one-hour commute to New York City via transfer. Routes 22 and 78, as well as the Garden State Parkway, are easily accessible also.