Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop Joins Developers to Grand Open The Enclave Luxury Rental Building

The Enclave Ribbon Cutting

Jersey City, NJ Mayor Steven Fulop joins developers in a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the grand opening of The Enclave, a new 260-unit luxury rental building along the Hoboken border. From left: Rodd Werstil, Partner, McKinney Properties; Jonathan Schwartz, Partner, BNE Real Estate Group; Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop; David Pantirer, Partner, BNE Real Estate Group; Marc Pantirer, Partner, BNE Real Estate Group; George Vallone, Co-Founder and President, Hoboken Brownstone Company; and Daniel Ganz, Co-Founder and CEO, Hoboken Brownstone Company.

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop recently joined officials from BNE Real Estate Group, Hoboken Brownstone Company and McKinney Properties to officially grand open The Enclave, a new collection of 260 luxury apartments and resort-style amenities in one of the city’s hottest new neighborhoods.

With the cut of a ceremonial ribbon, Mayor Fulop, fellow municipal officials, local dignitaries and development principals celebrated the addition of The Enclave’s upscale residences and more than 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities to the burgeoning Jersey City neighborhood along the Hoboken border. Located at 675 Monmouth Street, the Minno & Wasko-designed building, with its modern interior aesthetic and endless social spaces that encourage resident interaction, complements the neighborhood’s existing mix of retail, dining and cultural attractions while offering a convenient launching point to Manhattan and all that downtown Jersey City and Hoboken have to offer.

“The opening of the Enclave is exciting for Jersey City as the new addition enhances the rapidly growing neighborhood where the City borders Hoboken,” said Mayor Steven Fulop. “The transformation of this land, from part of the Van Leer Chocolate Factory to new modern apartments, is a testament of our commitment to enhancing quality of life in every corner of this great City. This project was not only a major overhaul of this site, but it also creates jobs and entices people to consider calling Jersey City home.”

The Grand Opening event, which took place on the six-story building’s magnificent rooftop amenities terrace with the New York City skyline serving as a dramatic backdrop, occurred one month after the developers launched leasing at The Enclave. Renters have responded enthusiastically to the new lifestyle offering, with a number of residents having already moved in. The Marketing Directors is the building’s marketing and exclusive leasing agent.

“This former industrial neighborhood has quickly transformed into Jersey City’s newest live/play environment,” said Jonathan Schwartz, a partner at BNE Real Estate Group. “The Enclave takes full advantage of its convenient location, which is enhanced by our complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH Station, yet offers residents a more private setting with welcomed outdoor open space. Inside, we’ve delivered stylish homes and a creative offering of amenities that focuses on fun.”

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Apartments at The Enclave range from studios to two-bedroom residences, with select homes offering private balconies. Design-driven living spaces include nine-foot ceiling heights, crisp, white quartz countertops, modern stainless-steel appliances, in-home washer/dryers, and custom modular closets. Monthly rents start from $2,300, with a limited-time offer of one month free on a 13-month lease. Immediate occupancy is available.

The Enclave residents enjoy a full suite of cutting-edge indoor and outdoor amenities that were curated to create an exceptional urban lifestyle experience. An abundance of outdoor space is highlighted by a resort-style rooftop terrace featuring a swimming pool, private BBQ areas, outdoor bar and a fire pit – all set against the dazzling Manhattan skyline backdrop. The pet-friendly building also features a dog run and spa, multiple entertainment lounges, an arcade/game room, co-working spaces and conference room, children’s imagination room with connected outdoor play area, and a Zen garden. Fitness enthusiasts will enjoy a state-of-the art fitness center with virtual fitness programs, spin room, indoor/outdoor yoga areas, private massage room and resident locker rooms. Covered parking, bike storage and resident storage are available on-site.

Residents also enjoy 24-hour concierge, Amazon package lockers, pet concierge services through Bark Building, a Lyft partnership and pick up location, and a Citi Bike hub. The building is surrounding by outdoor landscaped open space and pedestrian plazas, while two new public parks created by the development partners are nearing completion and will feature a children’s playground and dog run.

“Downtown Jersey City continues to attract residents from both sides of the Hudson River and beyond with its exceptional combination of commuter convenience, vibrant arts, culture, dining and nightlife attractions, and value when compared with offerings in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island City,” said Jacqueline Urgo, President of The Marketing Directors. “This neighborhood is continuing that trend, and The Enclave is quickly emerging as the area’s signature residential address.”

The Enclave’s proximity to the Hoboken PATH Station and Holland Tunnel makes for an easy commute to Manhattan, while direct access to a network of highways brings New Jersey destinations into play without having to navigate through crowded local streets.

For additional information and to schedule a private tour of The Enclave, please visit http://www.TheEnclaveJC.com, or call 833-292-5351. The building’s leasing and model center is open daily and is located at 675 Monmouth Street, Jersey City, NJ 07310

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