3 ACRES END RENTAL PROGRAM ON WEST SIDE OF JERSEY CITY

3 Acres, the new upscale rental property on Jersey City’s booming West Side, has completed its rental program. Developer 400 Claremont, LLC, along with The Marketing Directors, the building’s exclusive marketing and leasing agent, signed the 629-unit community’s final lease in July, less than six months after it opened to the public. .

The impressive rental velocity is unprecedented in Jersey City’s booming West Side section, which is attracting major private investment as well as infrastructure improvements that are spurring a wave of modern new developments.

The remarkable success of 3 Acres can be attributed to a mix of well-appointed studios, one and two-bedroom residences, abundant amenities and vibrant retail that create an elevated lifestyle experience once exclusive to certain high-rises. skyline of downtown Jersey City and Manhattan. rentals.

“When we conceptualized 3 Acres, we envisioned a community that offered a hospitality-inspired lifestyle experience that rivaled iconic properties along the New Jersey waterfront and in New York, but at a price much more attractive,” said Art Johnson, a director. of 400 Claremont, LLC. “To fully lease the building in such a short time underscores the building’s appeal and the continued growth of the West Side as a new residential destination.”

400 Claremont, LLC worked with longtime interior design partner Andrew J. Van Etten, as well as Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, to enhance and realize their vision for 3 Acres. Working on plans that featured a bulky common area throughout the two-block building, Van Ettan worked to design an interior design plan that would creatively divide the space into distinct areas for lounging, lounging, entertaining, working and other comfortable and attractive uses.

“We wanted to create a series of niche spaces, from intimate work-from-home cubicles to open-plan living rooms, that would take advantage of the large amount of square footage while avoiding the feel of a banquet hall,” said said Andrew Van Etten. . “We were inspired by reception concepts to offer spaces with a mix of activities and atmospheres punctuated by architectural details and interesting finishes.”

Spread over 70,000 square feet, the impressive array of amenities and social spaces includes a lobby with waterfall feature, conference room, work pods, chef’s table with show kitchen , a multi-sport simulator and screening room, a resident lounge with a 2,200-gallon saltwater aquarium, and a game room with mini bowling, ping pong, shuffleboard, pinball, and arcade games. There’s also a state-of-the-art fitness center and infrared saunas, while on-site musical entertainment comes from a Steinway Spirio digital grand piano in one of the lounge areas that automatically plays tunes from an extensive library. of musical content, as well as simulcast live performances by top pianists from around the world.

An expansive outdoor area is highlighted by a rooftop terrace with barbecue grills, dining areas, a community garden and dog run, and three distinctive outdoor courtyards feature a swimming pool and deck with jacuzzi, cabanas and lounge chairs, Zen garden, outdoor yoga, pétanque, chess, and table tennis.

The development and design team incorporated industrial elements to embrace the character of the neighborhood, including polished concrete, brick and metal in common areas, balanced by vinyl plank flooring with a modern look. of hardwood to create a balanced and warm aesthetic. Exposed ceilings accent the building’s Three Thirds Café and Table at 3 Acres restaurant.

“This developer is all about creating a wow factor, but also understands design and the need to provide inviting and functional spaces,” Van Etten said. “It’s a collaborative and creative effort that is fluid throughout the process to deliver the best possible results.”

For more information about 3 Acres, please call 201-733-3000 or visit www.3AcresJC.com. The building is located at 400 Claremont Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07304

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