A model unit at Cornerstone at Grassy Hollow in Manahawkin — Courtesy: Walters
By Joshua Burd
Walters has completed construction on the last of five buildings at a 60-unit, income-restricted apartment community in Ocean County.
The complex, Cornerstone at Grassy Hollow, sits at 200 Back Road in the Manahawkin section of Stafford Township. The developer on Thursday said the property is nearly fully occupied, with a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units and a design focused on sustainability and energy efficiency.
“Walters is proud to deliver a beautiful sustainably designed development that is maintenance-free and affordably priced,” said Joe Del Duca, partner and director of affordable housing for Walters, which is based in Barnegat.
Located just off Route 9 and the Garden State Parkway, Cornerstone at Grassy Hollow is open to individuals and families who do not make more than 60 percent of the county’s median income. Those residents have access to amenities such as a modern fitness center, a children’s tot lot, a basketball court and a community clubhouse with computer workstations, along with on-site property management and a staffed social services coordinator.
Walters has built the project to attain certifications with Energy Star and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design scale.