Friday, August 12 2022

JERSEY CITY, NJ — In one of Jersey City’s up-and-coming and ever-affordable neighborhoods, a new luxury apartment building has sprung up and its cafe opened on June 18.

The Three Thirds Café is “a new cafe that aims to not only provide the highest quality coffee and baked goods, but also provide a cool and hip community gathering space…on the West Side of Jersey City”, say its managers.

Three Thirds Café is located in a ground floor retail space in the 3 Acres luxury rental community located at 400 Claremont Ave.

The new complex is across from the West Side light rail station.

The restaurant was started by the team behind Amelia’s Bistro, the hugely popular Paulus Hook restaurant in Jersey City.

The west side of Jersey City is still cheaper than some of the neighborhoods along the waterfront because it’s a bit farther out. But it is still accessible from the rest of Jersey City. In addition to being across from the light rail, the new building offers a shuttle to the Journal Square PATH/bus station.

Cafe managers said it fosters “a unique vibe created through its focus on art and music, the Three Thirds Café exudes a laid-back vibe where West Coast surfer culture meets roasting and Culinary Delights of the East Coast”.

It offers “local produce with beans sourced from Modcup coffee roasters and baked delights from Baltazhar Bakery,” they noted. “There is a carefully selected music playlist to foster a relaxing atmosphere and local artwork that encourages guests to relax and appreciate the local culture. The decor inside the pet-friendly cafe is industry-focused with lounge sofas and a roughly hewn wooden bar.

What about food and drink? “As well as offering classic caffeinated beverages like coffee and cappuccino, there are season-specific specialty beverages. The food menu largely consists of breads, pastries, scones, muffins and waffles.”

The cafe is open daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“We wanted to create something special not only for the residents of 3 Acres, but for the community as a whole,” said JB Geibel, vice president of development for 400 Claremont, LLC, which developed 3 Acres. “Of course, it started with securing the talent of the team at Amelia’s Bistro, highly respected restaurateurs who are good at serving the Jersey City community in their downtown cafe. They designed a theme for a cafe which would be a relaxed oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life.”

3 Acres will also soon feature The Lobby Bar and Table at 3 Acres Restaurant.

Already 600 apartments rented

The building’s rental agent says more than 600 apartments on the site have already been rented.

Monthly rents for the 3 Acres collection of residences currently start at around $1,700 with incentives that include one month free on a 13-month lease. Immediate occupancy is available.

Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, infrared saunas, conference room, work pods, chef’s table with demonstration kitchen, multi-sport simulator and screening room, resident lounge with aquarium salt water and a games room. with mini bowling, ping pong, shuffleboard, pinball and arcade games.

On-site musical entertainment emanates from a Steinway Spirio digital grand piano in one of the lounge areas that automatically plays tracks from an extensive library of music content, along with live performances from top pianists around the world.

Outside, there is a roof terrace with barbecues and dining areas, and a swimming pool with jacuzzi and terrace, cabanas and sun loungers. There is also a community garden and a dog park.

Located west of downtown Jersey City near the banks of the Hackensack River, 3 Acres is close to nightlife and 273-acre Lincoln Park.

The building is also a short drive from the New Jersey Turnpike and Routes 440, 1, and 9.

For more information on 3 Acres, visit www.3AcresJC.com.

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