Luxury Project Underway in New Jersey

Nearly 300 units will come online at this Bergen County community next year.

Rosera Wesmont

Rosera Wesmont. Rendering by Minno & Wasko Architects, courtesy of JCMLiving

JCMLiving has broken ground on Rosera Wesmont, a 295-unit luxury multifamily community in Wood Ridge, N.J., in Bergen County. Architectural services are provided by Minno & Wasko Architects, and Ingerman Construction serves as general contractor. The community represents the last phase of the 150-acre Wesmont Station Redevelopment, led by Inspired by Somerset Development. Completion is expected by early 2024.

The property will encompass studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, along with some 2,800 square feet of ground-floor retail and more than 30,000 square feet of amenity space. Interiors will feature oversized windows and private balconies. Community amenities are slated to include a 13,000-square-foot swimming pool, fitness and sport simulators centers, coworking spaces and multiple meeting rooms, along with 480 parking spaces in a garage accessible from every building level.

A transformative Northern New Jersey project

The Westmont Station Redevelopment represents a master-planned, mixed-use project repurposing a Curtis-Wright aircraft plant site from 1929. Since its inception more than two decades ago, the venture has delivered more than 1,500 residences including some 150 affordable units, as reported by Real Estate New Jersey. The project also included the construction of the new Wesmont commuter rail station which opened in 2016.

Located at 300 Wesmont Drive, the site is close to Highway 17 and roughly 16 miles from Manhattan. Its proximity to Wesmont Station also provides car-free access to New York City. Situated in a walkable neighborhood, the community will be close to numerous retail and dining options.

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