Rental starts at 3 Acres on Jersey City’s West Side (slideshow)

The 3 Acres luxury rental community opened its doors three months ago, renting nearly half of its residences since then.

This week, the property announced that 300 leases had been signed for the property at 400 Claremont Ave. in the West Side neighborhood of Jersey City.

3 Acres offers a variety of floor plans: There are micro-studios and studios with alcoves that mimic the space of a one-bed offering, in addition to traditional one- and two-bedroom residences. Some studio spaces are furnished by Resource Furniture, whose three-in-one pieces can quickly transform living spaces into work or sleeping spaces.

“We made a big bet on the West Side, believing that the positive transformation that has taken place here in recent years has paved the way for a high-end rental property with an extraordinary amount of indoor and outdoor amenities and services. high profile,” Art Johnson, director of 400 Claremont LLC, which developed 3 acres, said in a statement. “We’re thrilled the bet paid off in terms of massive public response.”

And Johnson isn’t the only one betting on the West Side. A number of successful communities have sprung up in this part of town. At the end of 2021, phase 2 of The Agnes reached 75% rental. That same month, a mid-sized project from developer Halpern Real Estate Ventures secured $65 million in construction funding to bring more than 300 units to the area.

“Having 300 apartments rented in the first three months alone is a testament to how well this building connects with residents,” Johnson said.

Marketing Directors serve as the exclusive tagging and leasing agent for 3 acres.

luxury life

A sleek Danish-inspired design by Marchetto Higgins Stieve at 3 Acres blends both reclaimed and contemporary materials.

Residences include plank floors, central heat and air conditioning, in-home washer and dryer, and complimentary window treatments. The kitchens are adorned with quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances and soft closing cabinets. Bathrooms feature imported porcelain glazed tile floors and vertical subway ceramic tile shower walls. According to 3 Acres, the units also have built-in technology features such as the Smart Home entry system, thermostat and lighting control.

Indoor and outdoor amenities abound on 3 Acres’ 70,000 square feet, including a lobby surrounded by social spaces along the full two-block length of the building. Opening onto a second level, a fitness center; infrared saunas; conference room; work packages; chef’s table with demonstration kitchen; multisport simulator and projection room; resident lounge with a saltwater aquarium; and a games room with a mini bowling alley, pinball machine, ping pong and arcade games and to the properties offers.

OUT OF THE BOX

– JACOB SNAVLEY

Among 3 Acres’ most unique amenities: access to the arts.

We have a studio with a working resident artist and musical entertainment. A Steinway Spirio digital grand piano in one of the lounge areas automatically plays from an extensive library of content, in addition to simulcasting live performances from top pianists around the world.

Outside, a roof terrace; swimming pool with jacuzzi, terrace, cabanas and lounge chairs are accompanied by three courtyards with features such as a dog park, a community garden, games such as shuffleboard and pétanque, barbecues and private dining rooms, and more.

The property’s street-level retail offerings will include the Lobby Bar, Table at 3 Acres restaurant, Three Thirds Café and Juice Caboose.

Rounding out the lifestyle offerings, LIVunLtd., a global luxury concierge and amenities management brand that will oversee private residential events in the community, to help bring its social spaces to life, according to 3 Acres.

“LIVun Ltd. has a presence in some of the most prestigious buildings in New York City and beyond and having them on site at 3 Acres is a testament to the developer’s commitment to providing a full lifestyle experience for residents,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of marketing directors. “This building ticks all the boxes, and then some, and it helps put the west side of Jersey City in the spotlight.”

3 Acres offers bicycle storage; covered and air-conditioned parking with electric vehicle charging stations and car washing and cleaning, car or scooter rental and shuttle service to the Journal Square PATH station.

Immediate occupancy is available at 3 Acres; monthly rents starting at $1,575 with grand opening incentives that include one month free on a 13-month lease.

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