Leasing is officially underway for the second phase of luxury rental residences at Centurion Union Center.
The popular mixed-use development is fueling the transformation of Union Township’s re-imagined Union Center, according to a Sept. 14 announcement from the community’s developer, American Landmark Development. The boutique four-story building opens to the public with more than 30% of its 75 apartments already leased following a spirited pre-leasing period.
Located at 945 Stuyvesant Ave., just steps from Union Center’s downtown which features restaurants, shops, and retail conveniences, the second phase of Centurion Union Center offers one- and two-bedroom homes. The residences are currently priced from $2,100 to $3,180 and are being offered with Grand Opening incentives that include up to two months free on a 26-month lease. Homes are available for immediate occupancy.
Once completed Centurion Union Center will add 236 new homes and approximately 27,000 square feet of retail space housed in four buildings to Union Center.
The Marketing Directors, which executed the successful lease-up of the development’s first phase of 80 residences, is once again serving as exclusive marketing and leasing agent. The firm is welcoming prospective residents at Centurion Union Center’s onsite leasing center and providing tours of its fully-furnished models decorated by interior designer Lita Dirks & Co.
With a mix of stylish residences, modern amenities, retail services and streetscape improvements, Centurion Union Center is helping to usher in a new era for Union Center that also includes new lifestyle offerings along Stuyvesant Avenue.
“Many residents today seek a best-of-both-worlds scenario where they can enjoy a downtown, walkable environment like Hoboken and Jersey City, but with more room and less congestion,” said Adrienne Albert, chief executive officer of The Marketing Directors. “Centurion Union Center delivers. Here, renters find an activity-rich, suburban-like setting alongside the conveniences, shops and services of city-centric living.”
Residences at Centurion Union Center are lined with designer features and appointments, including 9-foot ceiling heights, wide wood-style plank flooring, vented in-home washer and dryers by GE, and open kitchens with full-size slate GE appliances, gas range stoves, island/peninsula workspaces and quartz countertops. Baths are equipped with glass-enclosed showers, porcelain tile and polished chrome fixtures.
Commuting is a breeze from Union, which lies at the crossroad of Routes 78 and 22 and the Garden State Parkway. New Jersey Transit’s Union Station provides service to Newark Penn Station. Buses to New York City depart just a quick walk from Centurion on Morris Avenue.