Developer KRE Group has announced that move-ins at 485 Marin, the newest and largest rental building in Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood, will begin on August 15. Prices begin at $2,350 for a studio after leasing first launched in June 2018. The Marketing Directors is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent for 485 Marin.
Situated in Hamilton Park, a residential destination known for its tree-lined streets and rows of historic Victorian brownstones, 485 Marin brings 397 apartments to the neighborhood along with a suite of modern amenities and services. 485 Marin is KRE Group’s latest collaboration with the architectural firm Hollwich Kushner and interior designer Christopher Stevens. Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects is the architect of record.
Apartments range from studios to three-bedroom residences, many offering private terraces and views of Jersey City and the Manhattan skyline. Interior designer Christopher Stevens crafted the interiors of the residences which feature open floor plans, rustic oak-style wood flooring, and large picture windows that overlook the surrounding neighborhood. Kitchens are appointed with white quartz stone countertops, high-gloss grey cabinets, Grohe fixtures and a complete package of Whirlpool appliances. Bathrooms feature quartz countertops, brushed-nickel Kohler fixtures and tiled floors. Additionally, all residences include laundry closets with Whirlpool washer/dryer sets. Amenities include a fitness center, private dining room, screening room, attended lobby, 5th-floor lounge that opens onto an amenity deck with a swimming pool, sunbathing areas, grilling stations and outdoor showers.
485 Marin will be the first and only building in the neighborhood to offer its residents access to the app-based service Hello Alfred, a platform that combines sophisticated software with highly trained “Alfred” Home Managers to handle an extensive suite of services, including digital move-in coordination, errand assistance, in-home package delivery and more.
KRE Group is also developing a new public park located next to 485 Marin, which will span more than an acre, the park will include a grassy lawn, café-style seating, children’s play area, and a dog park.
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