QUIN SLEEPY HOLLOW, LUXURY RENTAL COMMUNITY, ATTRACTING RENTERS FROM BOTH LOCAL TOWNS AND ACROSS THE NATION

High Style Residences in Central Location Offers Compelling Value Opportunity

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When California resident Stacey Hu accepted a job in New Jersey, she quickly hopped on a flight headed east in search of a new home that offered a relaxed atmosphere, modern amenities, and the ability to move-in as soon as possible. She got a quick start, touring four rental communities the same day she arrived at Newark International Airport.

According to Ms. Hu, the right decision quickly became obvious: Quin Sleepy Hollow, the brand-new rental community by JMF Properties in an up-and-coming area of Plainfield, satisfied her entire wish list and then some. It offered modern apartments a full menu of lifestyle amenities, a central location perfect for her commute, and an exceptional value made even more attractive thanks to Grand Opening incentives. She signed a leased and moved in this February.

“The awesome thing about Quin Sleepy Hollow is it is good for young professionals like me who want a peaceful, laid-back place to live,” Ms. Hu said. “The onsite management team is amazing. They were able to work with me to get a quick move in and I really appreciate everything that they do to make this such a nice place to live.”

The fact that everything at Quin Sleepy Hollow was brand new, from the residence kitchens and bathrooms to the amenities and everything in between, was a major draw for Ms. Hu. There were also a lot of small details that made it stand out.

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“I like the private garages a lot,” Ms. Hu said. “Among the other apartments that I toured, that was a really unique feature.”

Ms. Hu selected a one-bedroom residence with a den. She liked that the apartment was 25 minutes from her office and that it had an on-site fitness center. Plus, downtown Westfield, which her friends in the area frequented, was just a few minutes away.

Ms. Hu is one of several out-of-state residents who have decided to relocate to Quin Sleepy Hollow since its grand opening this fall. Long-distance relocations now make up a growing portion of the community’s residents, but locals from Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Fanwood and Westfield still comprise the majority of new leases.

Charone Shivens chose to live at Quin Sleepy Hollow because of the convenience it offers residents and the beauty of its interior spaces.

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Charone Shivens, a resident of Quin Sleepy Hollow

“I work in Berkeley Heights, so being able to come home on lunch break just 10 minutes away is very ideal for me,” Mr. Shivens said. “I also have friends who work in Manhattan and live in Brooklyn and now I have two train stations within walking distance. That made it a no brainer.”

Fellow resident Pamela Drayton said she was impressed by the amenities and high-end finishes when she decided to move to Quin Sleepy Hollow.

“The thing I found most attractive were the amenities,” Ms. Drayton said. “Where I was living, I didn’t have the amenities that we have here at Quin Sleepy Hollow, so the washer and dryer in the apartment, the fact that it’s pet-friendly, and the high-end appliances were all appealing to me. And I love the movie theater room.”

Tabreeka Yearby felt like she had arrived home the moment she stepped foot inside Quin Sleepy Hollow. The spacious residences, extra storage space, and brand new appliances and flooring contributed to her sense of well-being.

“I felt welcome the minute I came in for the tour. The staff, the managers and everybody was very nice,” Ms. Yearby said. “Now that I am living here, I feel a sense of comfort. I actually toured a couple of apartments, but when I first walked into this one, I just felt at home right away. I was like ‘this is it.’”

Quin Sleepy Hollow is located at 1400 South Avenue, in a historic section of Plainfield along the borders of Fanwood and Watchung. Brand-new one- and two-bedroom residences are currently available, at monthly rental rates starting from the $1,800s.* The community opened this fall and renters have responded rapidly. Now the final opportunity to lease in Phase I of the community is quickly approaching.

The residences boast a number of standout details that liken the project to upscale, urban condominium living. They include floor-to-ceiling windows, two-toned European cabinetry, chef-inspired kitchens, luxury baths, nine-foot ceilings, plank flooring throughout the living areas, white quartz countertops, Kohler® plumbing fixtures, central heating and air conditioning, and an oversized, front-loading washer/dryer combo.

Residents of Quin Sleepy Hollow enjoy access to more than 10,000 square feet of exclusive indoor/outdoor lifestyle amenities designed to enhance the experience of living well. They include a resident lounge with billiards, library, a theater/screening room, business center, state-of-the-art fitness center, meditation room, yoga and spin room with virtual fitness training, and more.

Outside, an outdoor lounge with double-sided fireplace, courtyard seating area, barbecue grills, and a bicycle library is planned, providing the perfect combination of indoor/outdoor living. The pet-friendly community will also feature a bark park. Additional conveniences and services include package concierge lockers and car charging stations.

Surrounding Quin Sleepy Hollow, residents have walkable access to neighborhood shopping, dining and service businesses. A specialty coffee shop/cafe, a boutique fitness studio and a variety of eateries are all just a short walk from the community. Plainfield is home to a diverse array of restaurants that feature cuisine from all corners of the world, and just recently held its first Restaurant Week. Popular downtown destinations such as Westfield, Scotch Plains and Cranford are also just a short drive away.

A number of transportation options are available to residents. Both the Netherwood and Fanwood train stations offer a direct commute to Newark Penn Station, or to Jersey City, Manhattan, and other locales along the Hudson River waterfront via transfer. In addition, nine bus routes offer key access to-and-from major corporate centers spanning from Westfield to Somerville and throughout the region, with thirty-five buses offering direct service to Newark and thirty-nine buses headed for New York City on any given weekday. By car, the community offers easy access to many major highways, including Route 22, Route 78 and the Garden State Parkway.

To learn more about leasing opportunities at Quin Sleepy Hollow, visit www.QuinSleepyHollow.com or call (908) 540-0400.

About JMF Properties

Under the leadership of Joseph M. Forgione and his 25 years of experience in the industry, JMF Properties has developed a reputation for creating residential, retail and mixed-use communities of lasting value in some of the state’s most desirable locations. Mr. Forgione has developed more than 2,500 residential units and multiple commercial and retail properties during his career, with more than a dozen current projects totaling one million square feet of retail and 1,800 residential units in various stages of approval or construction, ranging from transit-oriented developments to urban and suburban retail centers to sprawling office parks.

As a former long-time Commissioner of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, a graduate of civil engineering, and a member of the New Jersey Civil Engineers, Mr. Forgione understands the unique responsibilities and needs of all stakeholders involved in the development process, including local government officials, architects, construction managers, investment partners, community members and end users. This holistic approach to development has been vital to JMF’s success, allowing the company to identify under-valued assets, forge strategic partnerships, and develop dynamic residential and retail properties that enhance their host communities, including the first residential community designed for WELL certification in New Jersey. www.jmfproperties.com.

*Prices, availability, and current leasing specials are subject to change daily. Please contact the onsite Leasing Center for more information.

Westfield Farmers Markets are Open!

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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Westfield Farmers Market has provided an alternative way for residents to purchase their usual crops of corn, strawberries, hot peppers and Jersey tomatoes, all with new safety regulations to keep the community safe.

The Westfield Farmers Market are open at the North Avenue train station parking lot, and have received terrific feedback in their efforts to adapt to the current climate. This new, virtual market has introduced online shopping with weekly in-person pickup to keep shoppers connected with local farmers.

The farmers market will occur every Saturday morning, with weekly pickup scheduled alphabetically by last name, from 10 a.m. to noon. Customers can place their orders online all week until midnight on Thursday at http://www.gwaccnj.com/farmers-market.

According to Westfield Farmers Market website, customers are being asked to follow these protocols:

  • Bring with you a sheet of paper with your Local Line Customer/Account Name written in letters large and heavy enough to be seen from several feet
  • Have your vehicle’s trunk (somewhat) empty
  • Get into the car line and stay in your car with your windows up
  • Stop in front of vendor table; the vendor will approach
  • Stay in your car
  • Hold up paper with your Customer/Account Name
  • Pop or unlock your trunk to allow the vendor to place your purchase in your vehicle
  • Proceed to the next vendor from whom you have purchased
  • DO NOT hop-scotch the line. Stay in line until you reach the end.
  • Exit onto North Avenue

There were over 200 customer orders for the first Saturday opening and the process went smoothly with the newly implemented measures.

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.

 

 

Union Holds Easter Egg Decorating Contest Via Social Media

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Union is seeking out the most egg-citing decorated Easter eggs around town via social media.

Hosted by Union Recreation Department, the town wide Easter Egg Coloring Contest will take place from April 6-12, so there’s still time to join in on the fun! Winners will be selected in three categories: Most Creatively Decorated Egg, Most Colorful Dozen, Best Use of Non-Traditional Dyes. To enter your picture, tag Union Township on social media sites @twpunionnj.

Winners will be announced on Monday, April 13th on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. When submitting photos, include details about your design and how you managed to create it.

Kean University Partners with Nonprofit College Steps to Support Students with Disabilities

Kean University announced a new partnership with the nonprofit College Steps for the dall 2020 semester. The new program serves to provide support to students with learning and social challenges such as learning disabilities, autism and executive functioning deficits. 

Through working with College Steps, Kean will provide comprehensive specialized support, including peer mentoring, group seminars and individualized learning plans. The nonprofit’s goal is to aid students achieving success in post-secondary education, work and life.

The program will be available to current students on the Union campus and to high school students seeking transition-based help.

For more information visit https://www.kean.edu/collegesteps.

DIGITAL PRESENTATIONS AND QUICK-ACTING MANAGEMENT DRIVE LEASING ACTIVITY AND MOVE-INS AT CENTURION UNION

Brooklyn residents Eric and Annmere L. were already in the midst of a new home search when social distancing restrictions were put in place across the region.  Intent on buying a home in New Jersey, the married couple spent the last six months looking at numerous options.  With a desire to speed up the relocation process, they added rentals to the mix to bridge the gap and discovered CENTURION UNION, a new luxury building that recently opened in the heart of Union Center.  Just one day later, they were living in their new apartment, having signed a lease without ever touring the building or meeting with a representative face to face.

The unique scenario is becoming more and more commonplace at CENTURION UNION, where a number of renters have recently signed leases sight unseen thanks to a newly-introduced digital presentation initiative incorporated into the leasing program.  The immersive platform allows leasing agents to virtually tour prospective renters through the building’s model homes, amenities and social spaces while safely practicing social distancing. The personal presentation utilizes video, images, floorplans and other digital tools to fully demonstrate the new lifestyle offering.

“The new program allows 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, which developed CENTURION UNION and tapped The Marketing Directors as exclusive leasing and marketing agent.  “We’re still relying heavily on our leasing agents to personally interact with interested prospects, but in a manner that addresses current conditions.”

For Eric and Annmere from Brooklyn, the virtual presentation was comprehensive, convincing and comforting enough for them to make a decision to move forward.

“We were in Jersey City looking at a place and still not satisfied when I suggested trying Union,” said Annmere.  “We came across Centurion Union online and called the leasing office.  Linda was wonderful.  She went over everything with us on the phone and gave us a full digital presentation of the apartments and amenities, which looked beautiful.”

Excited about the prospect and wanting a closer look, Eric and Annmere left Jersey City and drove to Union Center, a convenient downtown setting with a diverse mix of restaurants and shops and proximity to the Union Train Station and major roadways.

“We drove the neighborhood and parked in front of Centurion Union which we really loved because it was brand new,” said Annmere.  “We were back on the phone with Linda looking at apartment options and that same day, signed a lease on a one-bedroom apartment.”

The overly-efficient process didn’t end there as the couple moved into their new CENTURION UNION apartment the very next day.

“Management was incredible and immediately got us in and settled,” said Annmere.  “We really love it so far.  We’ve already told a friend from Brooklyn to move here.”

Ideally situated at 975 Bonnel Court, CENTURION UNION features a new collection of 80 luxury apartments in an eye-catching, five-story building. Generously-appointed one- and two-bedroom residences are attractively priced from $1,930 a month.  Immediate occupancy is available.

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 is quickly attracting 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.”

Union Center is quickly gaining momentum as a sought-after downtown setting with its unique character and streetscapes rooted in tradition and history.  Its small-town charm is evident in family-run dining staples like Cioffi’s, the famed Italian restaurant which opened over 40 years ago on Stuyvesant Avenue, as well locally-owned ethnic eateries serving Thai, Japanese, Mexican, Columbian, Portuguese, Filipino and many other global cuisines.  Classic pubs and local boutiques also line the downtown streets. These established businesses have been joined by newer retailers such as Crow and the Coconut Yoga and B Fit n Focused Fresh Juices.

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.

About The Marketing Directors

The Marketing Directors is a renowned development advisory with over 35 years of experience working exclusively on behalf of real estate developers to design, market and sell residential homes. The Marketing Directors team is a collective of strategic thinkers, market experts and trusted partners. Headquartered in New York with offices and sales teams active across North America, The Marketing Directors has helped clients successfully sell-out hundreds of new developments accounting for more than $30 billion in total sales.

First residents move into The Mint in downtown Rahway

The Mint in downtown Rahway has welcomed its first renters, infusing new energy into one of Union County’s most prominent dining, entertainment and arts and culture epicenters.

Additional move-ins are scheduled in the coming weeks with leasing in full swing at the new 116-home rental building, according to development partners Fields Grade and Slokker Group.   The Mint features an eclectic mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom homes with monthly rents starting at $1,545and offeredwith Grand Opening incentives that include one-month free on a 13-month lease.

“It’s always an exciting milestone when residents begin moving in and start transforming a building into active environment,” notes Jaqueline Urgo, President of The Marketing Directors, the exclusive marketing and leasing agent for The Mint.   “This is doubly true at The Mint.  The arrival of our initial renters fortifies the already energetic atmosphere in downtown Rahway which is bubbling with lifestyle options for residents to enjoy.”

The newest upscale rental to debut in Rahway, the five-story building is ideally situated at 81 Monroe Street, an ultra-commuter-friendly location  just steps from New Jersey Transit’s Rahway station, one of the few in the state with service on two train lines, allowing travelers to access both the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast routes. 

“The building is a short walk from Main Street, an eclectic business corridor that offers access to hip and authentic bars, eateries, shops and everyday conveniences,” adds Nils Berten, VP USA of The Slokker Group.  “It’s a walkable urban neighborhood that’s easily commutable to New York City in just 45 minutes by train, as well as Edison, New Brunswick and the Jersey Shore.”

The Mint was designed by renowned architect Minno Wasko.  Its well-appointed residences boast hardwood flooring, kitchens with Thermofoil cabinetry, a stainless-steel appliance package comprising Whirlpool refrigerator, Frigidaire range and dishwasher and GE microwave; in-home washer/dryer; and lavish bathrooms with Caesarstone countertops.  Select homes offer private balconies and terraces. 

Upscale apartments are enhanced by a full suite of stylish and hip indoor amenities which includes a welcoming lobby with transit screen and communal work space, residents-only clubhouse, a lounge with a billiards table and work cubes, fully-equipped fitness center with a yoga room and fitness on demand and a dog wash room.  When warmer weather arrives, the five-star indoor amenities at The Mint will be joined by desirable resident-only outdoor space, including a second-floor landscaped deck with a swimming pool, BBQ area and fire pit.    The Mint also offers covered parking and 6,000 square-feet of supportive retail space.

Lying just 20 miles from New York City, Rahway offers its own cosmopolitan lifestyle with an urban/suburban twist right at home.  Driven by the Rahway Arts and Business Partnership, Rahway’s Main Street corridor and its surrounding area features dining, shops and a robust schedule of farmer’s markets, cultural events and concerts.  The district is home to popular eateries like Luciano’s, The Irving Inn and CubaNu Restaurant and Lounge; nightlife at the legendary Waiting Room and Wet Ticket Brewing Company, as well as countless shops and daily services.  Cultural attractions can be found at the 199-seat Hamilton Stage for the Performing Arts, historic Union County Performing Arts Center, and The Gallery Space Rahway.  In addition to the in-town train station, Rahway is served by U.S. Routes 1/9 and 27, and is located in between the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. 

For more information on The Mint and to schedule a private appointment to tour its furnished model homes and amenity spaces, please visit www.TheMintRahway.com or call (732) 382-1100.

How to Support Local Businesses in Westfield

In the hope to stimulate the local economy, Westfield has created a “Virtual Downtown,” which allows residents to order and buy products online from the comfort of their own home. This includes food takeout, liquor stores and even bookstores.

Here is a link to Westfield’s Virtual Downtown.

Westfield is encouraging their residents to support local businesses by:

  • Ordering in (either delivery or curbside pickup)
  • Buy gift cards to your favorite local establishments
  • If you are sick ask for “no contact delivery”
  • Do not visit a restaurant if you are sick
  • Be patient
  • Consider tipping more

Restaurants available for takeout are: 16 Prospect Wine Bar & Bistro1958 Cuban Cuisine, Addams Tavern, Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery , Akai Lounge, Boxwood Coffee Roasters, The Brick Oven,  Brunella Portuguese Coffee & Deli Buddha Fish, Bovella’s Pastry Shoppe, Casa di Pizza , Cosimos,  Chipotle Mexican Grill, Cinnaholic, Cold Stone Creamery, Di Farina Pizzeria, Farinolio Ferraro’s South, Feast Catering, Emack & Bolio’s Westfield, Evergreen, Feast Catering & Cafe, Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, FroYo, Hershey’s Deli, Hunan Wok III, Inspiration Roll, Jade Garden, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Kilwins, Kings Bowl Cafe, Limani Seafood Grill, Manhattan Bagel, Nathan’s Famous Hotdog, Old Havana, Ono Bowls, Outta Hand Pizza, Qdoba Mexican Eats, Rockn’ Joe Coffeehouse + Bistro, Sichuan Dynasty, Spice Bazaar,  Splash of Thai, Sweet Waters Steak House, The Salad House, Tinga Taqueria, Turning Point, Vicki’s Diner, Westfield Seafood and Westfield Station Cafe.

Centurion Debuts in Downtown Union, NJ with Luxe Apartments and Modern Amenities

Leasing is officially underway for CENTURION UNION, a new collection of 80 upscale apartments and a full suite of modern amenities in the heart of Union Center, where long-cherished restaurants and shops mix with a new array of dining and retail services.

Ideally situated at 975 Bonnel Court, the eye-catching five-story building features generously-appointed one- and two-bedroom residences attractively priced from $1,930 a month.  Initial occupancy is scheduled for March 1st, 2020.

The Marketing Directors, exclusive leasing and marketing agent for CENTURION UNION, has opened the building’s rental program from an on-site leasing office with a fully-furnished model available to view.

“The opening of CENTURION UNION ushers in a new era for Union Center, where municipal efforts to create a vibrant new lifestyle experience along Stuyvesant Avenue have taken root,” said

Manuel A. Fernandez, Founder of American Landmark Development. “As the first new construction residential building to be introduced in Union’s reimagined downtown in three decades, CENTURION UNION delivers a modern residential opportunity to this flourishing and close-knit neighborhood while placing residents just steps from a diverse offering of dining, retail and conveniences.”

CENTURION UNION is a striking architectural addition to Union Center.  Inside, expansive living spaces boast nine-foot ceiling heights, wide wood-style plank flooring, vented in-home washer and dryers by GE, and kitchens with full-size slate GE appliances, gas range stoves, island/peninsula work spaces and quartz countertops.  Luxurious baths are equipped with glass-enclosed showers, porcelain tile and polished chrome fixtures.

Residents will have access to 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 is an exciting new lifestyle choice for residents looking to reside in one of Union County’s most eclectic downtowns,” said Adrienne Albert, CEO of The Marketing Directors.  “We expect it to appeal to renters from throughout the spectrum, from young professionals and couples seeking a convenient commute to work regionally or in New York City to empty-nesters looking to downsize to a more maintenance-free and city-centric lifestyle.  We also anticipate significant interest from those working at major nearby employers such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Overlook Hospital, Merck, Celgene, and Prudential Financial.

Union Center is quickly gaining momentum as a sought-after downtown setting with its unique character and streetscapes rooted in tradition and history.  Its small-town charm is evident in family-run dining staples like Cioffi’s, the famed Italian restaurant which opened over 40 years ago on Stuyvesant Avenue, as well locally-owned ethnic eateries serving Thai, Japanese, Mexican, Columbian, Portuguese, Filipino and many other global cuisines.  Classic pubs and local boutiques also line the downtown streets. These established businesses have been joined by newer retailers such as Crow and the Coconut Yoga and B Fit n Focused Fresh Juices.

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 visit to see the furnished model and amenity space, please visit www.LiveCENTURION.com or call 888-910-0975.   The onsite Leasing Center is located at 975 Bonnel Court, Union, NJ 07083, and open daily.

About The Marketing Directors

The Marketing Directors is a renowned development advisory with over 35 years of experience working exclusively on behalf of real estate developers to design, market and sell residential homes. The Marketing Directors team is a collective of strategic thinkers, market experts and trusted partners. Headquartered in New York with offices and sales teams active across North America, The Marketing Directors has helped clients successfully sell-out hundreds of new developments accounting for more than $30 billion in total sales.

Rahway Taste of Spring Event Celebrating its 20th Anniversary!

Rahway’s Taste of Spring tasting event is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year! The one-night event features culinary options from over 40 regional food establishments, plus tasting stations for fine wine, local beer and aperitifs. The event will also include live entertainment.

Please note that in the spirit of keeping the event fun for adults and safe for everyone attending the age limit is 12 and over for attendees, babies in chest carriers only are welcome and for the safety of our participants no strollers or carriages are permitted.

Tickets are $40 in advanced and $45 at the door. Tickets can be purchased here.