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“And I think they’ll be pretty successful with the amenities that they’re giving their tenants on the inside.”
Other members of the project team included AMA Consulting Engineers, Ning Lighting and Raymond/Raymond Associates as the food service consultant. Meantime, CBRE recently announced that it would serve as the building’s leasing agent on behalf of Greenway Properties.
“JRM worked closely with us and our project architect, Marner Architectural, to complete the
project under budget professionally and on time,” said Brandon Rolnick of Greenway Properties. “We are thrilled with the quality of the project and JRM’s attention to detail. We look forward to working with them again soon.”
Built in 1989, the property sits on Route 18 in the heart of Piscataway and is minutes from other area highways. In announcing its new leasing assignment, CBRE noted recently that ownership is also enacting new cleaning protocols in response to COVID-19.
A landlord has unveiled a newly revitalized, 138,000-square-foot office building in Piscataway, following an extensive renovation completed by JRM Construction Management.
The owner, Greenway Properties LLC, tapped JRM’s New Jersey office to perform the exterior
and interior improvements at 371 Hoes Lane. The general contractor announced in early October that it had completed the project, touting a series of sleek new common areas and modern amenity spaces.
According to JRM, the 12,000-square- foot project included a renovation of the three-story lobby and atrium, with the installation of a new insulated glass storefront and suspended LED ring chandeliers. The company also built out a new reception and waiting area with custom millwork and gray porcelain floor tiles.
Elsewhere, JRM completed the
addition of a new ground-floor grab-and-go food service area with banquette and booth seating, a serving station and a coffee bar, along with a fully equipped fitness center with men’s and women’s locker rooms. Outdoors, the firm oversaw a full exterior refresh with new pendant and accent lighting at the front and back entrances, a repaved parking lot and extensive landscaping.
The work has brought new life to the three-story building, which Greenway acquired in 2018, as part of a value-add strategy that has succeeded elsewhere in New Jersey.
  Craig Plescia
“That’s what we did for them here,” said Craig Plescia, JRM’s director of New Jersey operations, referring to
the building enhancements.
371 Hoes Lane in Piscataway
lounge. The complex also has a landscaped courtyard with shaded seating and dining areas, oversized fireplace and fire pits, plus an outdoor kitchen area with grill stations.
Aside from being near the dining, retail and cultural offerings of the downtown, The Residences at 30 Court is a mile from the Morristown train station. The building is also a short drive from interstates 287, 78 and 80, along with Route 202 and the
Garden State Parkway.
“Downtown Morristown has long been celebrated for its amalgam of history, retail, dining, nightlife and commuter convenience,” said David Schoner, vice president of Coldwell Banker New Homes. “The Residences at 30 Court offers the opportunity to enjoy the unique lifestyle and culture of
the city in the most unique, spacious and upscale apartment living in the country.” RE
A developer has taken the wraps off a boutique apartment building in Morristown, seeking to lure renters with oversized floorplans and a location near the town’s central business district.
The firm, PCD Development, announced Oct. 6 that leasing is underway at the 58-unit property known as The Residences at 30 Court, offering layouts ranging from about 1,250 to 2,000 square feet. The New Providence-based builder also touted a location on Morristown’s highest elevation, but still two blocks from the downtown and the famed Morristown Green.
“We took full advantage of this well-located property to create an intimate residential collection that offers some of the largest floorplans in the Morristown marketplace,” said Jonathan Stein, founder
and managing member of PCD Development. “The result is an
exceptional lifestyle experience that should resonate with renters looking to move up to a more luxurious residence and those scaling down from very large single-family homes.”
In a news release, PCD said the property
     Jonathan Stein
includes two- bedroom and two-bedroom- plus-den floorplans. CB New Homes
of Madison is serving as the building’s leasing
agent, with net-effective monthly rents starting at $3,825, including a grand opening incentive of one month free on a 13-month lease.
Initial occupancy was scheduled
for this fall, PCD said, touting the property’s upscale apartment design and amenities such as a modern fitness center, clubroom and entertainment
The Residences at 30 Court in Morristown
Courtesy: PCD Development Courtesy: JRM Construction Management

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