First Look: New Gallery of Images Showcases Centurion Union’s Furnished Model Residences and Lifestyle Amenities

A new gallery of images featuring the upscale model homes and modern amenities at CENTURION UNION has been released by its developer, American Landmark Development.

The new photos, which have been introduced with the launch of the community’s full website at www.LiveCenturion.com, showcase the collection of 80 luxury apartments in the heart of Union, NJ’s Union Center, where long-cherished restaurants and shops mix with a new array of dining and retail services.  The usefulness of the images is magnified in the current landscape where prospective renters are utilizing digital assets to make important housing decisions.

At CENTURION UNION, The Marketing Directors, the building’s exclusive marketing and leasing agent, has employed a digital presentation to maintain strong leasing velocity.  The customized one-on-one presentation leverages video, images, floor plans and other digital tools to fully demonstrate the new lifestyle offering.

“We’ve had great success with the new program which has allowed us to add an important level of safety and comfort for prospective renters, current residents and our staff,” said Manuel A. Fernandez, Founder of American Landmark Development. “We’re still relying heavily on our leasing agents to personally interact with interested prospects, but in a manner that addresses current conditions.

Ideally situated at 975 Bonnel Court, CENTURION UNION is an eye-catching, five-story building. Net-effective monthly rents currently start at $1,825 for one-bedroom residences and $2,400 for two-bedroom floor plans with up to two free months, a limited time $50 monthly bonus, and a reduced security deposit. Immediate occupancy is available, with additional incentives available for quick move-ins.

Homes feature keyless entry doors and expansive living spaces with nine-foot ceiling heights, wide wood-style plank flooring, and vented in-home washer and dryers by GE. Kitchens offer full-size slate GE appliances, gas range stoves, island/peninsula work spaces and quartz countertops, while luxurious baths are equipped with glass-enclosed showers, porcelain tile and polished chrome fixtures.

Residents of the 24-hour access-controlled building will also enjoy a modern suite of amenities to provide a complete lifestyle experience, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, game room, resident-only lounge, flexible co-working space, children’s playroom, dog run and onsite parking.

“CENTURION UNION has quickly attracted renters from throughout the area and New York City who appreciate its eclectic downtown location, access to public transportation and modern homes and amenities,” said Adrienne Albert, CEO of The Marketing Directors. “Situated in the heart of Union Center just steps from dining, shops and services, it delivers modern living and a convenient lifestyle not previously found here.”

Commuting is a breeze from Union which lies at the crossroad of Routes 78 and 22 and the Garden State Parkway. New Jersey Transit’s Union Station provides service to Newark Penn Station. Buses to New York City depart just a quick walk from Centurion on Morris Avenue.

CENTURION UNION is the first of a multi-phase project in Union Center, where American Landmark Development has been designated by Union Township as the redeveloper of the Stuyvesant Avenue Redevelopment Project. The initiative is infusing a new level of energy and excitement into Union Center with nearly 300 new homes and approximately 27,000 square feet of retail space housed in four buildings once complete. The development is also the first in a new signature series of CENTURION rental communities planned by American Landmark Development in key New Jersey urban markets.

For additional information on CENTURION UNION and to schedule a virtual presentation, visit www.LiveCENTURION.com or call 888-910-0975.

 

 

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