$50M Community Breaks Ground in Suburban NJ

A public-private partnership is developing Quin Sleepy Hollow, a 212-unit, amenity-filled project that is the largest upcoming residential development in Plainfield, N.J.
Quin Sleepy Hollow groundbreaking

Quin Sleepy Hollow groundbreaking ceremony

Plainfield Mayor Adrian Mapp, the Plainfield City Council and JMF Properties have broken ground on the largest residential community in Plainfield, N.J. The $50 million Quin Sleepy Hollow will feature 212 units and is expected to be completed in winter 2018/2019.

There is no clearer representation of the renaissance that is underway in the city of Plainfield than this bold and innovative project,” Mapp said in a prepared statement. “It represents one of the single-largest investments in the history of our city. This project will not only transform a large, blighted property into a vibrant residential community, but it will also revitalize a major corridor and spur additional retail and economic development. I am grateful that JMF Properties chose to invest in our resurgent city.

The community will encompass units ranging from 900 to 1,200 square feet and will feature stainless steel appliances, vinyl wood flooring, quartz countertops, chef kitchens and keyless entry.

Complete lifestyle experience

Quin Sleepy Hollow’s design emphasizes the idea of space-sharing and collectivity, providing residents with:

  • Club room with common kitchen
  • Community room/ business center
  • Billiards room
  • Multimedia room
  • Yoga studio
  • State-of-the-art fitness center with virtual trainer
  • Outdoor grills
  • Open-air lounge seating
  • Indoor/outdoor fireplace
  • Dog park
  • Bike share program
  • Electric car charging station

Located at 1400 South Ave., the property will be close to the Netherwood and Fanwood train stations, as well as to major roads such as the Garden State Parkway and routes 22, 78 and 287. Midtown Manhattan is 35 minutes away via train. JMF Properties is a highly sought-after developer in New Jersey, with several cities tapping the firm to complete redevelopment projects.

Image courtesy of JMF Properties