Citizen Bound Brook, the luxury rental community bringing a modern lifestyle experience to downtown Bound Brook, is now open for leasing, developer Accurate announced today.
Located at 507 East Main Street, the new collection of 105 rental residences is surrounded by parks and amenity spaces and is conveniently located near the Somerset County borough’s downtown shops, restaurants, markets and NJ TRANSIT’s Bound Brook train station with service to Newark Penn Station and Manhattan along the Raritan Valley line.
Citizen Bound Brook opens with furnished model residences and resort-style amenities available to tour. Monthly rental rates for the community’s studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments start from $1,592 net effective, inclusive of special grand opening incentives of one month free on a 13-month lease or two-months free on a 26-month lease. Initial occupancy is available.
For more information and to schedule a private tour, visit www.CitizenBoundBrook.com or call 732-813-9879.
“We are thrilled to bring our Citizen brand of living to this well-located Bound Brook enclave,” said Jack Klugmann, President & CEO of Accurate. “The borough’s appeal stems from its ‘small-town’ charm, including a burgeoning downtown, coupled with the convenience of an in-town train station and proximity to a network of interstate highways. Citizen Bound Brook residents will enjoy all that this community has to offer while elevating their lifestyle in a modern, amenitized building.”
Designed by Jarmel Kizel Architects & Engineers, with interiors by Susan Strauss Design, Citizen Bound Brook offers a variety of floorplans with spacious interiors, soaring ceiling heights and upscale finishes and appointments in a boutique six-story building. Modern finishes and appointments such as luxury plank flooring, complimentary window treatments, and an in-residence washer and dryer are found in every home. Gourmet kitchens boast sleek, full-sized stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops, full-height subway tile backsplashes, espresso soft close cabinetry, four-burner gas ranges, custom soft-close vanities and chrome Moen® faucets.
An array of lifestyle amenities designed for recreation and social interaction include an elegant club room, state-of-the-art fitness center, and a landscaped outdoor terrace. The building also provides 5,000 square feet of street-level retail space that will both enhance the retail offerings of downtown Bound Brook and serve as an extended onsite amenity for residents.
Citizen Bound Brook residents are well positioned to enjoy everything Bound Brook and Somerset County offer, with an attractive, walkable downtown just outside their door and easy access to destinations such as New York City and neighboring retail and restaurant hubs such as downtown Somerville and Bridgewater Commons. The Bound Brook train station operates on NJ TRANSIT’s Raritan Valley line, which whisks commuters to Manhattan in about an hour and ten minutes and to Newark Penn Station in about 45 minutes. Entrances to Route 22 and Route 287 are easily accessible for motorists, putting the entire state at their fingertips.
Bound Brook is quickly gaining momentum as a desirable downtown destination for new residents and visitors. It is in the middle of a major effort to showcase the community’s many businesses, people and places, as well as attract new commercial tenants downtown and create more recreational green space along the Raritan River. One of the borough’s cultural treasures is Brook Arts Center, a vintage 1920s theater at 10 Hamilton Street with a full schedule of arts programming, recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. Main Street is home to a wide variety of fine restaurants, lively pubs, shops, and service businesses. Bound Brook hosts community events and festivals throughout the year, including Summer Car Cruise Nights, Family Drive-in Movies in the Park, the RiverFest Art & Music Fair, and the Battle of Bound Brook History Weekend. The 70-mile Delaware & Raritan State Park runs along the southern end of Bound Brook, offering corridors for hiking, jogging, bicycling, canoeing, fishing and horseback riding.
For more information on Citizen Bound Brook, visit www.CitizenBoundBrook.com.