Quin Sleepy Hollow in Plainfield — Courtesy: JMF Properties
By Joshua Burd
JMF Properties has launched leasing at the second phase of a luxury apartment complex in Plainfield, bringing another 98 units to one of the city’s historic neighborhoods.
Slated for occupancy later this summer, the homes will make up the final piece of the project known as Quin Sleepy Hollow. The Whippany-based developer has touted the complex as the largest residential project in the city’s history, one that was well-received by renters after the opening of an initial 114 units last fall.
“We are pleased to announce that phase II leasing at Quin Sleepy Hollow is now underway,” said Joseph M. Forgione, the founder and principal of JMF Properties. “Leasing of the first phase has been an overwhelming success, with renters responding positively to Quin Sleepy Hollow’s thoughtful design, lifestyle offering and value. We have an incredible group of residents living here now and we are looking forward to welcoming even more to the community.”
Located at 1400 South Ave., the property sits between two train stations on NJ Transit’s Raritan Valley line. Renters at the complex enjoy a mix of upscale one- and two-bedroom units and more than 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space, including a resident lounge with billiards, a library, a theater and screening room and a host of fitness options.
Quin Sleepy Holly also has private garage parking, options for dens, additional resident storage and private outdoor space available.
“We expect leasing of phase II to go quickly as we’ve had a number of renters express interest in it and several of our most popular floorplans from phase I are once again available,” Forgione said. “In particular, we expect the top-floor residences to be in high demand as they offer a penthouse-like experience and were incredibly well received by our phase I residents.”
Rents at the remaining units in phase one currently start from the $1,800s, JMF said. Residents at the complex will benefit from the walkable shopping, dining and services in the surrounding neighborhood, along with Plainfield’s proximity to Fanwood, Scotch Plains, Westfield and Cranford.
The property also minutes from several transportation options, including the Netherwood and Fanwood train stations, along with nearby highways and nine bus routes offering trips to destinations throughout the region.