Developers eye debut of new luxury apartments in Old Bridge

A joint venture is nearing completion of a new luxury apartment complex in Old Bridge, seeking to lure renters with a long list of amenities and access to a host of nearby highways.

Sterling opens 144-unit, PATCO-served rental property in Camden County

A developer has marked the opening of a new 144-unit luxury apartment complex in Camden County, having leased more than a quarter of its homes in less than less a month.

East Rutherford apartments more than two-thirds leased, developers say

A joint venture has leased more than two-thirds of a new 208-unit luxury rental complex in East Rutherford, citing continued demand for suburban apartments in the midst of the pandemic.

BNE, Sterling launch leasing at next phase of Piscataway rental project

A joint venture has taken the wraps off the second phase of a newly built luxury apartment project in Piscataway.

Piscataway: Developers launch leasing at 110-unit rental community

A joint venture has announced the launch of leasing at a new 110-unit luxury rental community in Piscataway.

Montclair rental building 50 percent leased

A new boutique apartment building in Montclair is 50 percent leased, reaching the milestone a month after opening its doors to residents.

BNE, Sterling plan fall opening for new 110-unit rental project in Piscataway

A development team is set to unveil a collection of 110 upscale apartments in Piscataway, touting a suburban setting with quick access to the region’s vast highway network.

Developers launch leasing at 46-unit rental building in Montclair (SLIDESHOW)

A joint venture is set to debut a new boutique apartment building in Montclair, offering residents a short walk to rail service and the town’s central business district.

Sterling, Willton unveil 208-unit apartment complex in East Rutherford

A development team has launched leasing at a collection of more than 200 upscale apartments in East Rutherford.

Leasing teams turn to virtual tours, platforms to lure renters during stay-at-home order

In-person tours have been curtailed and lease numbers are down, but virtual tours are helping luxury apartment buildings bring in renters in this time of social distancing. The virtual elements are so useful, in fact, that building representatives said they’ll keep using them after the coronavirus crisis is over.