Developer Accurate Builders & Developers announced today that it is nearing completion of its newest luxury rental community, Crossings at Raritan Station, scheduled to debut this winter.
Located at 59 Second Avenue along the Raritan train station and minutes from the acclaimed shops and restaurants of downtown Somerville, Crossings at Raritan Station will deliver a modern collection of studio, one- and two-bedroom residences designed for today's sophisticated suburban renter. The community will also feature a full complement of indoor and outdoor amenities crafted to enhance resident's lifestyle experience and extend their living space beyond their homes.
The brand-new residences at Crossings will be a breath of fresh air for the marketplace, offering upscale interior spaces that have been meticulously designed with the needs of today's renters in mind. Each home will offer 9' ceilings, luxury plank flooring, and upscale kitchens with quartz counters, modern espresso cabinets, a full- height subway tile backsplash, and stainless-steel appliances with a gas range. The well-appointed residences will also feature tiled bath floors and wet walls, an in-unit washer & dryer, and complimentary window treatments. Private outdoor balconies and extra-spacious den layouts will be available in select homes.
The community will open for lease at compelling rent values thanks to grand opening specials available to first renters for a limited time. To take advantage, renters can join the community's VIP waitlist by
"We are delighted to debut such a well-located community adjacent to the train station and so close to Somerville's active, walkable downtown," said Jack Klugmann, President & CEO of Accurate Builders & Developers. "Crossings at Raritan Station embraces a well-connected lifestyle and will provide an exceptional living experience to both existing Somerset County residents and those who are newly discovering this great location."
Residents of Crossings at Raritan Station will enjoy a full complement of amenities and services that include a sophisticated lobby lounge with coffee bar, a state-of-the-art fitness center with virtual training technology, Amazon® package lockers, private covered parking, and 24/7 onsite maintenance.
Outside, multiple landscaped courtyards will provide abundant space for al fresco recreation and relaxation. Among them are an outdoor lounge space with comfortable seating, BBQs, a fire pit and outdoor games, and a meditation garden with hammocks and greenery.
Crossings at Raritan Station's location is an amenity unto itself. Trains that depart from Raritan Station either offer direct service to Manhattan or transfers to New York via the PATH system at Newark Penn Station. Residents are only one mile from the eminently walkable streets of downtown Somerville, where they can explore and enjoy a variety of unique restaurants, retail shops and small businesses. Downtown Raritan's main street, Somerset Street, is even closer and is charming in its own right, providing a retail mix that includes an espresso bar, ice cream shop, bakeries, a craft store, music store, and a wide range of eateries.
Raritan is home to five parks and playgrounds as well as tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball/softball fields and two public swimming pools. It borders Duke Farms, a 1,000-acre estate that is open for walking, bicycling, and eco-exploration. Duke Farms also offers atmospheric outdoor dining at the Farm Barn Café and a seasonal farmers market. The Village Brewing Company in downtown Somerville is another local favorite, serving a rotating selection of craft beers and an inspired menu of elevated New American cuisine. Several major employers, such as Johnson & Johnson, Bausch & Lomb, and LabCorp are just minutes from Raritan.
Raritan's location near a hub of major highways makes it easy and convenient for residents to access other parts of the state. Routes 287, 78, 202, 206, 28 and 22 are all nearby and directly connect to other major roads such as the New Jersey Turnpike. The Lincoln tunnel is about 45 miles away.