Diversified Properties announces spring opening of Irondale at Wharton

Irondale at Wharton, a luxury apartment community in Morris County, is on schedule to open this spring, according to a Friday announcement from its developer Diversified Properties.

Featuring 60 spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, the new residential units offer a sophisticated modern lifestyle with a range of upscale amenities and convenient access to the area’s attractions.

Diversified said Irondale at Wharton was “designed to elevate the standard of contemporary living.” Residents will enjoy a unique blend of sophistication and convenience with 9-foot ceilings, chef-inspired kitchens, stainless steel appliances and efficient heating and air conditioning in each residence. Additionally, the community boasts deluxe bathrooms with custom tile, solar shades throughout, and cable and FIOS readiness.

“Our mission at Diversified Properties is to create living spaces that enrich the lives of our residents,” Nicholas Minoia, managing partner of Diversified Properties, said. “With Irondale at Wharton, we have crafted an environment where urban living meets modern comfort, providing residents with a dynamic lifestyle and unparalleled convenience.”

At Irondale at Wharton, residents will have access to a comprehensive suite of community amenities designed to enhance their daily living. From a state-of-the-art fitness center and package room to electric vehicle charging points and 24/7 on-call maintenance, the community offers a thoughtful blend of luxury and practicality. Other features include garage, off-street parking, ADA compliance, elevator access, video intercom and controlled building access and surveillance.

Located just off North Main Street in Wharton, Irondale at Wharton is situated in western Morris County. Its strategic location offers easy access to Interstate 80, Route 15 and U.S. Highway 46, as well as proximity to the area’s extensive mass transit system. The community is also near top-rated schools and major employers, including AT&T, Pfizer, Novartis and St. Claire’s Hospital.