Preleasing kicks off for The Rail at Red Bank (slideshow)

Jessica Perry//March 22, 2022//

Preleasing kicks off for The Rail at Red Bank (slideshow)

Jessica Perry//March 22, 2022//

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With occupancy slated for May, preleasing launched at Denholtz Properties’ mixed-use development in Red Bank’s West Side neighborhood, the firm announced March 21.

The Rail at Red Bank offers 57 luxury units, along with amenities and 7,500 square feet of ground-level retail space.

“Harnessing the power of opportunistic real estate investment to drive transformative development underpins everything we do at Denholtz Properties,” said CEO Steven Denholtz. “From the moment we acquired the land underneath The Rail, we knew it provided us with the ideal canvas to begin to paint our vision for the West Side of Red Bank and we are excited to celebrate this important milestone.”

Design for the community is by Livingston-based Rotwein + Blake. Residences offer modern finishes, floor-to-ceiling windows, washers and dryers, stainless-steel appliances and private balconies offering panoramic downtown views. Most units also include an additional den that can be used as a work-from-home space, Denholtz said.

As far as amenities are concerned, The Rail offers residents a clubhouse with lounge, coworking space and kitchen area; and a fitness center featuring the Mirror system, a yoga studio and game room. Outdoors, two amenity decks provide seating areas, fireplaces, outdoor TVs, a dog park and a community dog wash station.

Getting around

Later this spring, Melonhead, a juice, smoothie and acai bowl shop, is set to be the first retailer to open its doors at The Rail at Red Bank, Denholtz said. Additional retailers are expected to be announced throughout the rest of the year.

Though “rail” is highlighted in its name, the property offers a variety of transportation options, including the city’s New Jersey Transit Train Station, and local and regional bus service. Commuters can also get around by bicycle (the property offers on-site bike storage) or by foot in the walkable downtown, in addition to traveling by car.

The Rail at Red Bank provides residents with access to an on-site parking deck with electric charging stations.

Ni’Cole Doyle has been tapped by Denholtz to serve as property manager for The Rail at Red Bank, while The Marketing Directors will oversee lease-up for the property. Incentives at The Rail at Red Bank offer a net monthly starting price of $2,695 for a one-bedroom and $3,855 for two-bedroom units.

“Red Bank’s unparalleled blend of one-of-a-kind culinary experiences, diverse entertainment options and wide range of shopping and retail options continues to make it one of the most in-demand zip codes in New Jersey,” Doyle said in a statement. “We are excited to tap into that dynamic spirit as we create a residential experience unlike any other in the area.”