Woodmont Properties officials felt there was much to celebrate Tuesday at the ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating the opening of Woodmont Way in West Windsor: Phase 1 of the project already is 100% leased.
Located at 100 Woodmont Circle, the luxury community features 443 one-, two- and three-bedroom residences. Phase 1, which began leasing in the spring, is complete, with more than 130 leases signed.
Woodmont Properties President Lews Zlotnick is thrilled.
“The incredible leasing momentum we’re seeing at Woodmont Way has not only outpaced our expectations, but serves as a true testament to the magnificent, vibrant community that’s quickly taking shape,” he said in a release.
“We’re confident Woodmont Way will continue to attract new residents, both drawn by West Windsor’s dynamic, thriving community, as well as the thoughtfully designed, best-in-class residences and its fabulous array of indoor and outdoor amenities.”
Woodmont officials said the residences at Woodmont Way feature the latest in-home finishes, showcasing impressive kitchen and bath designs. Further heightening the living experience, residences include a private patio or balcony. As an additional convenience, residents also have access to garages and individual storage units.
The community’s amenities, known as “Woodmont Essentials,” also include a state-of-the-art fitness and yoga studio, game room, golf simulator, theater room and resort-style swimming pool and cabana. Woodmont Way also offers access to a host of outdoor recreation options, including a pickleball court and bocce ball courts, walking, hiking and bike trails, adjacent golf course, and access to the historic Delaware Raritan Canal Path. A pet-friendly community, Woodmont Way also features a bark park and an indoor pet spa.
West Windsor Mayor Hemant Marathe said he is happy the modern living spaces have reached the town.
“It’s been a very rewarding journey, working in partnership with the Woodmont Properties team, and seeing their vision become reality at Woodmont Way,” he said.
“I was happy to learn that the West Windsor planning board and Woodmont’s environmental initiatives also found their way in the latest New Jersey legislation requiring electric vehicle charging stations at new developments.”