Luxury residences at Denholtz’s Southbank at the Navesink in Red Bank are 50% sold

Red Bank-based Denholtz Properties on Tuesday announced the sale of the first five residences at Southbank at the Navesink in Red Bank, bringing the project to 50% sold just seven months after breaking ground. The project is slated for completion at the end of the year.

The four-story, 10-unit luxury waterfront condominium project located at 4 Boat Club Court features panoramic views of the Navesink River.

Each of the 10 two- to three-bedroom waterfront homes at Southbank at the Navesink offer spacious open floor plans, upscale finishes and modern designs. Whether it is the Duchateau wide wood plank flooring, elegant floor-to-ceiling feature wall with gas fireplace, Thermador appliances, Kohler fixtures or full designer chef’s kitchens with sophisticated counters designed by Dekton, no detail has been overlooked in each residence.

Six homes will offer convenient single-floor living, ranging from 2,142 square feet to 2,496 square feet, with four duplex penthouses topping the building, featuring over 2,935 square feet of interior living space with private terraces and courtyards.

Additionally, the building’s elevated riverfront location and floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow natural light and the beauty of the Navesink River to fill each residence.

“I’ve been waiting patiently for a property like this to become available in Red Bank,” said Anthony Locascio, one of Southbank at the Navesink’s first homebuyers. “My dream home had to have three things: an unbelievable view of the Navesink River, central location in one of New Jersey’s most desirable towns and was built with meticulous attention to detail. The Denholtz Properties team gave me all three via my new home, Southbank at the Navesink.”

Denholtz Properties’ construction of Southbank at the Navesink highlights the firm’s deep commitment to investing in the Red Bank community. Later this spring, the company will mark the opening of the Rail at Red Bank, a 57-unit mixed-use community located next to its corporate headquarters on Chestnut Street and the Red Bank train station.

“Projects like Southbank at the Navesink and the Rail at Red Bank are emblematic of our approach to real estate development,” Steven Denholtz, CEO of Denholtz Properties, said. “Looking beyond simply constructing buildings, we aim to create experiences that are unmatched in their local markets and enhance the surrounding community. I am proud to say we have accomplished that goal with these transformative projects, and we look forward to welcoming residents throughout this year.”