Garden Communities breaks ground on luxury multifamily offering in New Providence 

111 Spring St. to feature 192 rental residences


Short Hills-based Garden Communities has broken ground for a 192-residence luxury multifamily property at 111 Spring St. in New Providence. The 27-acre development will include a mix of townhomes and spacious apartments, as well as a comprehensive amenity package.

A winter 2025 delivery is anticipated.

Surrounded by lush, mature trees and paved paths, 111 Spring St. sits just one-half mile from New Jersey Transit’s Murray Hill station. New Providence’s top-rated middle and high schools, and Allen W. Roberts Elementary School are also all within approximately one-half mile of the property. Future residents will enjoy proximity to the borough’s downtown, Watchung Reservation and plentiful parks and green space as well. The bustling towns of Berkeley Heights, Summit and Chatham are all nearby.

“We’re thrilled to officially kick off construction at 111 Spring St.,” said Garden Communities’ Tony DiGiovanni, the property’s developer. “With this project, we continue Garden Communities’ impressive track record of delivering elevated multifamily living experiences in prime suburban settings.”

The community’s upscale charm will bring fresh new local housing options in a market with high demand and limited new inventory, DiGiovanni added. Townhomes will offer private driveways and garages, while covered parking will be a feature for apartments. Shared amenities will provide conveniences and promote an active lifestyle.

111 Spring St.’s coveted address provides distinct appeal within one of the Garden State’s most sought-after municipalities. New Providence was ranked No. 12 on’s 2024 “Best Places to Live in New Jersey” — the highest ranking of any community in Union County.