Found inside the five-story building at 945 Stuyvesant Ave. are a clubroom with a fireplace, kitchen, and seating area; resident lounge with billiards; a state-of-the-art fitness center; children’s playroom; and lobby coffee room/café. Outdoor social spaces are highlighted by a stunning rooftop deck featuring stainless steel grills, dining areas, sundeck, lounge areas, bar with island seating and flat-screen TVs.
Residents also can take advantage of the building’s concierge and premium package management services, dedicated onsite parking spaces and 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, most of which has been leased by neighborhood shops and conveniences.
“We leased our initial phase of Centurion Union in the midst of the pandemic, providing great insight into the kind of amenities that are now important to renters,” said Manny Fernandez, founder of Landmark. “With more time spent at home, most renters want modern spaces where they can spend time outside their apartment, whether it’s working, relaxing or socializing with neighbors and friends. This was highly factored into the design of the second phase amenities, which are both functional and fun.”
The second phase of Centurion Union Center offers 75 one- and two-bedroom homes currently priced from $2,100 to $3,180 and offered with incentives that include up to two months free on a 26-month lease. Homes are available for immediate occupancy.
The Marketing Directors, which executed the successful lease-up of the development’s first phase of 80 residences, is once again serving as the exclusive marketing and leasing agent.
“The response to Centurion Union Center has been remarkable with more than 50% of its homes leased shortly after opening,” said Adrienne Albert, CEO of the Marketing Directors. “Its clear renters have embraced the opportunity to enjoy luxury apartments in a downtown, walkable environment like Hoboken and Jersey City, but with more room and less congestion.”