An aerial rendering of The Reserve at Crosswicks, a planned 272-unit multifamily development in Bordentown by Larken Associates — Courtesy: Larken
By Joshua Burd
Larken Associates has broken ground at the site of a 272-unit multifamily development in Bordentown, the latest project in the firm’s quickly growing residential portfolio.
The project, located at 8000 Bowery Lane, will bring a mix of market-rate and affordable units to a site along Route 206. Plans for what’s known as The Reserve at Crosswicks call for seven multifamily buildings in total, including three four-story buildings with elevators and four three-story buildings.
Larken is targeting a summer 2021 completion.
“The Reserve at Crosswicks marks the exciting next chapter in our company’s commitment to bringing vibrant residential communities to life across the Northeast,” said David Gardner, the firm’s CEO and president. “We are excited to celebrate the groundbreaking of this unique project that will bring a one-of-a-kind, modern and amenity-rich residential experience to South Jersey.”
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In a news release, Larken said the complex of one- and two-bedroom apartments will feature high-end interior design, finishes and appliances. On-site amenities will include a clubhouse featuring a business center, game room, lounge, pet salon and fitness center, among others.
The firm hopes to capitalize on a location that is minutes from Interstate 295 and the New Jersey Turnpike. The property will also include nine buildings around the perimeter of the community housing private garages.
Larken, which is based in Branchburg, said The Reserve at Crosswicks is the latest piece of its growing Larken Living portfolio. The firm broke ground earlier this year on Hillsborough Village Center, a 191-unit mixed-use building in Hillsborough, and a 107-unit multifamily project in York, Pennsylvania known as The Enclave at Copper Chase.