Larken Associates on Monday formally unveiled its full resort-style amenity package at the Reserve at Crosswicks, a 272-unit luxury multifamily community located at 8000 Bowery Lane in Bordentown that is scheduled to complete its final residential buildings in August 2023.
The Reserve at Crosswicks is comprised of three, four-story buildings consisting of one- and two-bedroom elevatored apartments and four, three-story buildings containing one- and two-bedroom garden villas.
Each unit at the Reserve features gourmet kitchens, in-unit laundry, luxury vinyl plank flooring, quartz kitchen and bathroom countertops, and stainless-steel appliances. For additional storage and added convenience, there are also nine buildings around the perimeter of the community housing private garages.
The new amenities include a wide array of both indoor and outdoor offerings, including a community clubhouse featuring a lounge, a conference room, a mailroom package concierge system, a game room and a leasing office. Additionally, the community offers a fitness center filled with cardio equipment, fixed-weight machines, free weights and stretching mats, a dog washing salon and secure keyless entry into all interior common areas and apartments.
Outdoor amenities are built around its heated outdoor pool with a tanning ledge and spa and also include a covered outdoor pavilion with a lounge, fireplace and televisions, pool rinsing showers, barbecue grilling stations and a fire pit. Beyond the pool area, the community boasts a tot lot with a sensory-sensitive playground, a bark park with separate areas for small and large dogs, electric charging stations and video security systems across all exterior areas.
“Amenities play a crucial role in enhancing the residential experience in any multifamily community,” Jessica Heckman, director of residential asset management at Larken Associates, said. “With the completion of the Reserve at Crosswicks’ amenities package and warmer weather already breaking through, we are excited to welcome our residents to these new spaces as they embrace all the community has to offer.”