BNE Real Estate Group, LPZ and Sterling Properties announced on Sept. 24 that 99 Bridge, the luxury rental community delivering high-style, amenity-rich living to the Middlesex County town of Old Bridge, is now open for leasing.
Located at 99 Old Amboy Road, near the nexus of Route 9 and Route 18, the community is a collection of 150 modern rental residences complemented by an array of lifestyle amenities.
“We’re excited to announce the debut of 99 Bridge,” said Marc Pantirer, a partner at BNE Real Estate Group. “Now more than ever, suburban renters are looking for high-quality, spacious residences and amenities that are on par with what modern rental buildings in the city are offering. 99 Bridge provides all of that and more. We look forward to welcoming our first residents to this beautiful, brand-new community.”
Renters can choose from a variety of one- and two-bedroom residences that offer open floorplans, upscale appointments, and sophisticated design details.
Monthly rental rates at 99 Bridge start from $2,280, with special grand opening incentives of up to two months free available for a limited time.
The lifestyle amenities at 99 Bridge are highlighted by a two-story resident lounge, a distinguishing design feature that encourages residents to relax and spend time exploring its distinctive spaces.
State-of-the-art fitness facilities with virtual training technology, a coworking lounge with private offices, a coffee bar, children’s playroom, billiards and shuffleboard, and a pet spa are just some of the amenities residents can enjoy. Outside, an abundance of recreation areas are available, including a swimming pool, BBQs and dining spots, an outdoor bar with TV screening section, lawns and fire pits. Additional conveniences include Amazon package lockers, on-site parking and 24/7 onsite maintenance. The pet-friendly community also includes a dog run.
Situated on 40 square miles of land in southeastern Middlesex County, about 25 miles south of Manhattan, Old Bridge is a township of 65,000 residents with an attractive rural vibe and all the conveniences of a New York City bedroom community. Downtown New Brunswick is about 20 minutes away and the Jersey Shore is about 40 minutes away. New Jersey Transit and Academy Bus run commuter buses from the Old Bridge Township daily.