A rendering of Rose Hall, a new mixed-use development under construction in downtown Madison — Courtesy: Levin Management Corp.
By Joshua Burd
The developers of a new mixed-use project in downtown Madison have hired Levin Management Corp. to oversee leasing for a 4,300-square-foot retail and restaurant component at the site.
The upscale development, slated for completion early next year, is to include a mix of 100 luxury apartments, ground-floor restaurant and retail space and a host of on-site resident amenities, LMC said in a news release. The project known as Rose Hall is now rising at Kings and Green Village roads, less than two blocks from Madison’s NJ Transit station.
LMC Senior Leasing Representative Kyle Farley and Leasing Representative Vanessa Fernandez are heading the Rose Hall retail team. Separate published reports identify Kushner Real Estate Group and Mark Built Homes as the developer of the project.
“We anticipate a great deal of interest in this availability,” said Matthew Harding, president of the North Plainfield-based retail firm. “This is a phenomenal street-level space that is ideally suited for a variety of restaurant uses, from fine dining to an all-day casual concept.
“Superb demographics and the property’s excellent location, in an already strong and well-established retail community, presents a distinctive opportunity for prospective tenants.”
The project also calls for amenities such as a landscaped plaza, a fitness center, a large community room and an outdoor pool, the news release said. The property is adjacent to a collection of 35 new for-sale townhomes.