A rendering of Woodmont Way at 100 Woodmont Circle in West Windsor — Courtesy: Woodmont Properties
By Joshua Burd
Woodmont Properties has launched leasing at a new 443-unit luxury apartment complex in West Windsor, where it plans to welcome its first residents this summer.
The developer said its Woodmont Way property, located at 100 Woodmont Circle, will include a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans at a site that is just off Route 1 at Emmons Drive. It’s hoping to lure renters with a host of high-end amenities, along with easy access to downtown Princeton and the many corporate and institutional employers in the area.
Woodmont has opened a leasing office at the Princeton Commerce Center in Princeton and recently provided more than 100 tours, the firm said.
“We’re thrilled by the incredible community response to Woodmont Way and have already seen leasing momentum thanks to a very successful VIP campaign,” said Louis DeVos, Woodmont’s vice president of property management. “In addition to offering the best in modern-day amenities, Woodmont Way is just minutes away from shopping and dining as well as its universities and highly rated school district.”
Amenities at Woodmont Way include an upscale fitness and yoga studio, a game room, a heated swimming pool and an amenity-filled courtyards, among others. Residents will also have access to garages and individual storage units available for rent, the developer said, with all homes offering a private patio or balcony.
The firm, meantime, touted the abundance of dining, retail and outdoor recreation options around the property, along with its proximity to the Princeton Junction train station and area highways.
“Woodmont Way represents the best in luxury living and the homes here have been thoughtfully designed to perfectly suit today’s lifestyle,” said Lewis Zlotnick, president of Woodmont Properties. “We’re thankful for the opportunity to provide a unique, one-of-a-kind resort-style community in the Princeton-area — one of New Jersey’s most desirable communities and sought-after places to live.”