Frame-out is near completion at Prism Capital Partners’ 10 Green Street at Woodbridge Station project, the developer announced this week.
The transit-oriented redevelopment project in downtown Woodbridge will eventually include 232 apartments in studio to three-bedroom configurations and 12,000 square feet of retail space in a five-story property. Occupancy is slated for spring.
“Train access and upscale lifestyle amenities remain top-of-mind for today’s renters,” Prism’s Robert Fourniadis, senior vice president, residential, said in a prepared statement. “10 Green Street is designed to meet ongoing demand for transit-oriented multifamily and offers residents the conveniences they want — both in-building and within walking distance.”
The 10 Green St. property is the former Lucas Chevrolet dealership site at the corner of Rahway Avenue and Green Street. Nutley-based Prism bought the five-acre property in a joint venture with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.