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Garden Communities Reaches Construction Milestone at Walnut Hill in Clark

Walnut Hill in Clark has reached a notable progress milestone. Developer Garden Communities recently completed the new multifamily community’s building façades and launched interior construction work.  

Walnut Hill will introduce 177 luxury rental apartments and a full complement of lifestyle amenities. Located just off the Garden State Parkway at 35 Walnut Ave., the community represents a fresh, upscale housing option in a market with limited new construction. Walnut Hill is progressing toward a mid-2023 delivery. 

Graciously sized one- and two-bedroom apartments range from 942 to 1,964 square feet. All include a private balcony or patio, gourmet kitchens, oversized closets, and in-suite washers and dryers. Select two-bedroom floorplans feature a fireplace. Walnut Hill’s clubhouse – with an entertainment lounge, game room, fitness center and outdoor swimming pool – will foster an active lifestyle at the pet-friendly community.  

Walnut Hill’s desirable Union County location and nearby conveniences provide a distinct market advantage, according to Garden Communities’ Tony DiGiovanni, the project’s developer. “Walnut Hill will provide a new style of contemporary living in the heart of a vibrant suburban township,” he said. “This is a highly anticipated rental property that has been embraced by the Clark community from the start.” 

Clark’s tranquil, small-town feel earned it a spot in 2022’s ranking of “Best Places to Live in New Jersey.” Walnut Hill’s proximity to Clark Commons, anchored by Whole Foods, provides an abundant array of shops and restaurants for the community’s future residents. The bustling towns of Westfield and Cranford are also nearby.  

Walnut Hill represents Garden Communities’ second Clark development. DiGiovanni also led the team behind the firm’s successful Woodcrest at Clark, a lifestyle rental community for active adults aged 55 and older. As one of the region’s most active developers in its high-end niche, Short Hills, N.J.-based Garden Communities has a robust multifamily project pipeline that will introduce dozens of new communities in the tri-state area over the next several years. The company is recognized for its responsive, hands-on approach to property operations, and its focus on meeting the needs and desires of modern renters.   

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