A gated neighborhood, 20,000 square feet of five-star outdoor amenities, outdoor work-from-home space, four fire pits, dining area with four BBQ grills and an approximately 2,000-square-foot-long riverfront walkway that meanders along the Hackensack waterfront – these are just some of the outdoor amenities offered at The Atwater in Bergen County, according to a May 5 announcement from PCD Development.
With 80% of its available homes already leased, The Atwater is now home to well over 100 residents.
The outdoor amenities greatly contribute to providing the scenic suburban environment today’s urban renters have been looking for – a magnificent outdoor pool, expansive sun deck and cabanas and outdoor sunbathing/yoga lawn.
“The Atwater sits in the heart of the densely populated Bergen County, but it has the unusual amenity of being located on approximately 13 acres of land, so we were able to create a tremendous outdoor amenity package,” said Jonathan Stein, founder and managing member of the community’s developer, PCD Development in a prepared statement. “We believe this is one of the most unique and special amenity offerings in the Bergen County market, creatively designed to take full advantage of our exceptional waterfront location. We are thrilled our residents can now head outside and enjoy an active and vibrant community.”
The outdoor amenities join a long list of professionally-decorated indoor lifestyle options, highlighted by The Atwater Club which features a clubroom with billiards and a bar, resident lounge with a fireplace, 2,200-square-foot fitness center with a yoga studio, a game/arcade room, business center with individualized working spaces, coffee bar, an Amazon package locker system and a children’s playroom.
The Atwater offers a selection of one- and two-bedroom layouts, with monthly rents starting in the $2,000s with limited-time incentives of up to two months free on a 26-month lease. Immediate occupancy is available.
The Atwater’s location gives it a decisive advantage in the market. Though mostly laid back and residential, Bogota offers many local restaurants, bars, boutique shops and services, and everyday conveniences and services can be found at the many grocers, bakeries and personal care salons located throughout the borough.
Bogota is also ideally situated near a multitude of transportation options. Its southern edge is bordered by Interstate 80, delivering commuters to the George Washington Bridge in just under 10 minutes, and is easily connected to Routes 17, 4 and the New Jersey Turnpike. New Jersey Transit bus service is available via the 182 and 167 lines into the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal.