Jersey City rental next to Liberty State Park opens, units from $1,910/month

Posted On Mon, March 30, 2020 By

Posted On Mon, March 30, 2020 By In New Developments, New Jersey, Rentals

Image of 295J courtesy of Ironstate Development Company and BKSK Architects

A new luxury rental building has opened in the bustling Bergen-Lafayette section of Jersey City, with apartments starting at $1,910/month. Located just steps from Liberty State Park, 295 Johnston Avenue, called 295J, contains 309 units, with a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. In addition to being next to the 1,212-acre waterfront park, the rental boasts an impressive landscaped courtyard with a pool, fire pits, barbecue grills, and ping pong tables.

295J, Jersey City, apartments

The five-story building was designed by BKSK Architects in partnership with Kitchen & Associates. The brick and steel structure has a rectangular shape that centers around the 21,000-square-foot courtyard that was designed by Belgian designer Bureau Bas Smets.

295J, Jersey City, apartments

295J, Jersey City, apartments

295J, Jersey City, apartments

The apartments feature hardwood floors, high ceilings, oversized windows, and kitchens equipped with quartz counters and Whirlpool appliances, including an in-unit washer-dryer.

Pricing starts at $1,910/month for studios, $2,310/month for one-bedrooms, $3,270/month for two-bedrooms, and $3,865/month for three-bedrooms. Occupancy is scheduled to begin in April.

295J, Jersey City, apartments

295J, Jersey City, apartments

295J, Jersey City, apartments

The shared amenity space includes a lobby with 24-hour concierge service and Amazon lockers, a fitness center, and “The Study,” a light-filled co-working lounge. The rental also comes with a dog run on the rooftop, with views of the Statue of Liberty and downtown Manhattan for you and your pooch.

“We’re excited to finally open 295J in a neighborhood that has a unique character and desirable lifestyle attributes,” said David Barry, the president of Ironstate Development Company, who teamed up with Brookfield and Landmark Development on the project.

“We expect our residents to explore and enjoy the local fabric of the neighborhood while also taking advantage of the Light Rail Station that will conveniently connect them to Downtown Jersey City and additional public transportation options into Manhattan.”

The building is a five-minute walk from the Hudson-Bergen light rail station and near Route 78, which leads to the Holland Tunnel. Covered parking is available at ground level and a Citi Bike station with 22 bikes can be found next to the property.

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Image of 295J courtesy of Ironstate Development Company and BKSK Architects

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