As the first phase to open within a multiphase, $500 million redevelopment project, Station Bay brings a new generation of development for South Amboy, a popular suburban destination that’s expected to see considerable growth upon the arrival of a new ferry terminal that will provide direct access to New York City.
Township officials from South Amboy, including Mayor Fred Henry, joined executives from BNE a a ribbon cutting last week to commemorate the completion and opening of the property.
“From the very beginning, we shared in BNE’s vision to transform what was once vacant industrial land into a waterfront destination that would bring much-needed rental housing to South Amboy,” Henry said. “It’s very important for us to pursue new developments such as Station Bay, which provide attractive housing options and amenities that improve our city. Now that Station Bay has opened its doors, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to the newest members of our incredible community.”
Featuring 291 rental residences and over 37,000 square feet of amenities and services, each of the building’s studio, one- and two-bedroom residences offer well-appointed living spaces. Features include 9-foot ceilings, plank flooring, custom-outfitted modular closets and in-home washers/dryers. Chef-inspired kitchens include classic white cabinetry, gray quartz countertops, full-height tiled backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, gas ranges and side-by-side refrigerators, as well as wine storage. Select residences also offer private outdoor space and water views.
The community features an elegant lobby lounge with coffee bar, multiple entertainment lounges, a Matrix fitness center with separate yoga and spin studios, a coworking lounge with private meeting rooms and a smart café, a multisport simulator, movie theater, arcade and game lounge, kid’s playroom, a pet spa, dog run and more. Outside, residents have access to two sprawling courtyards that include a swimming pool with private cabanas, fire pits, an outdoor bar, private barbeque and dining areas, games and lawn lounge areas. Covered parking and 24/7 maintenance are also available on-site.
“With the opening of Station Bay, South Amboy’s waterfront has emerged as a prime destination for those looking to combine the best that New Jersey has to offer with convenient access into New York City,” said Jonathan Schwartz, partner at BNE Real Estate Group. “Having experienced incredible demand for these residences, we are proud to stand alongside South Amboy officials to commemorate the official opening of the first phase of this important, transit-oriented redevelopment project.”
Located off Radford Ferry Road, Station Bay is positioned alongside South Amboy’s thriving downtown with restaurants, bars, shops, entertainment options and other local attractions. The property is also walking distance to the South Amboy train station and the city’s soon-to-open ferry terminal. Station Bay offers ease of access to several major highways, including the Garden State Parkway, New Jersey Turnpike, Route 9 and Route 440, and is approximately a 30-minute drive to New Jersey’s most popular Shore destinations, including Asbury Park, Long Branch and Red Bank.