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Developer Garden Communities has secured the rental of a Hunterdon County luxury apartment community less than 12 months after launch.

The Short Hills-based company announced the milestone for the 140-unit The Residences at Raritan Town Square in Flemington on November 10.

Located at the intersection of Walter Foran Boulevard and Route 31, the pet-friendly property is the multi-family component of Raritan Town Square – the 60-acre mixed-use redevelopment of the former Flemington Fairgrounds and Speedway.

Luxury living

Residences at Raritan Town Square – GARDEN COMMUNITIES

Approvals at The Residences include:
9 foot ceilings • quartz kitchen countertops • stainless steel appliances • individually controlled heating and air conditioning • washers and dryers in the unit • keyless entry • a central courtyard • fully equipped fitness center • several community rooms • business center • indoor children’s playroom • outdoor playground

“Raritan Town Square residences are a unique product for this market,” Scott Loventhal, Garden Communities’ general manager, said in a statement. “In a suburban setting, this is a residential rental community located in the heart of a mixed-use development of retail stores, restaurants and service businesses. Essentially, we created a town center for Raritan Township that didn’t exist before, and the residents embraced it. »

Residences offer one- and two-bedroom layouts in a four-story building. Apartments range from 845 square feet to 1,590 square feet.

The Raritan Town Square commercial component offers 400,000 square feet of retail and office space in a pedestrian-friendly environment anchored by Walmart and Lowe’s. The tenant mix is ​​rounded out by Petsmart, Buffalo Wild Wings, Longhorn Steakhouse, Edward Jones, Verizon, AAA Club Alliance, Silver Oak Learning Center and others, including ghost anchor Costco.

According to Garden Communities, The Residences marks the final phase of the mixed-use project, launched in 2008.

“It is exciting to see the finished product of a development that has been in the works for many years,” said Michael Gartenberg, director of Garden Commercial Properties. “A mix of stores, restaurants and service providers – coupled with exceptional accessibility, regional demographics and now, an integrated consumer base – make it a desirable place to do business.”

With the residential portion complete, Garden Commercial said it is currently marketing retail opportunities in Raritan Town Square including: storefronts ranging from 1,200 square feet to approximately 6,000 square feet, a 5,000 square foot site with drive-thru capabilities; and offices on the second floor.

In August, Garden Communities celebrated the rental of another of its properties: The Frederick in Highland Park.

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