Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop recently joined Fields Development Group principals James Caulfield and Robert Caulfield for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Lenox, a new 255-unit luxury apartment community in Jersey City.
By Joshua Burd
Fields Development Group has opened the doors to its new 255-unit luxury apartment project in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood.
The firm recently welcomed Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and other visitors to unveil the 15-story property, located at 207 Van Vorst St. It is the newest rental building to come to the neighborhood since the 2012 opening of Madox, a 131-unit property also developed by Fields.
Designed by Marchetto Higgins Stieve, Lenox features a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes and high-end amenities. The firm said the building’s architecture is designed to blend with the surrounding brownstones and low-rise buildings.
“As someone who lived in Paulus Hook for quite some time, it’s really terrific to see the changes that are happening, and the role that Fields is playing in the neighborhood’s evolution,” Fulop said. “It’s also been great to see the growth that Fields has experienced in recent years. It’s been inspiring to watch the company grow its business here, while employing Jersey City residents, and making a true difference in the community.”
Click here for our recent coverage of the launch of leasing at Lenox.