Enclave apartments begin leasing in Jersey City

By Emily Bader
Jersey City | May 7, 2019 at 7:10 am

BNE Real Estate Group, Hoboken Brownstone Co. and McKinney Properties jointly announced Monday that leasing has began at The Enclave, a collection of 260 luxury apartments and more than 4,000 square feet of resort-style amenities in Jersey City.

The six-story building, the developers said, is nestled along the Hoboken border and just minutes from Manhattan.

The developers retained Manhattan-based The Marketing Directors as the building’s marketing and leasing agent, they said.

“This is an exciting new neighborhood that makes city-centric living so desired,” Jonathan Schwartz, a partner at BNE Real Estate Group, said. “There’s a burgeoning blend of community-oriented retail and services here, including a new highly-touted restaurant/lounge, daycare facility, yoga studio and an art and theater venue. Complimentary shuttle service to the Hoboken PATH Station and proximity to the Holland Tunnel make 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.  We’re thrilled to now officially open the doors to The Enclave which adds a new, modern residential option to the mix that will complement the existing lifestyle offerings.  We look forward to welcoming our first residents.”

Apartments range from studios to two-bedroom sizes and start at $2,150.

Amenities at the complex include a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool, private BBQ areas, outdoor bar and a fire pit; a dog run and spa; multiple entertainment lounges; an arcade/game room; co-working spaces and conference rooms; children’s play room; a fitness center; covered parking; bike storage; and more.

“To fully maximize the resident experience, we’re offering 24-hour concierge, Amazon package lockers, pet concierge services through Bark Building, and a Lyft partnership and pick up location,” Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, said.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader