Woodmont Properties, in partnership with Baker Residential, celebrated the groundbreaking for Woodmont Bay Club at Bayonne, a brand new luxury rental apartment community in Bayonne.
Chris Baker, president of Baker Residential, along with Stephen Santola, Woodmont Properties executive vice president and general counsel, served as master of ceremonies at the groundbreaking. Woodmont’s executive team of Eric Witmondt, Lewis Zlotnick, David Trager, Steven Varneckas, Howard Irwin, Dan Miller and Steven Klenk were also in attendance.
Bayonne Mayor James Davis spoke of the important impact Woodmont’s new community will have on Bayonne, “Today marks a special celebration for the entire Bayonne community as we take the first step toward creating a new and beautiful place for people to call home,” said Mayor Davis. “We look forward to the completed vision and offering future residents a luxury living experience of unequalled quality.”
Located in northwest Bayonne, the community has glorious views of Newark Bay and all of Bayonne and offers water views to the west as well as views of Manhattan to the northwest. Convenient features include a 3,000-square-foot rooftop terrace, a strength and cardio center, business center, game room, pet spa, golf simulator and package concierge service will cater to every resident’s lifetsyle and schedule. Plus, a sparkling pool and sundeck, landscaped courtyards, picnic areas will further enrich the living-experience at Woodmont Bay Club at Bayonne.
Spanning four acres, the 220 residence, 4-story complex includes nine studio, 123 one-bedroom, 64 two-bedroom, and 24 three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 650 square-feet to 1,500 square-feet. The property will also include a 232-space ground-floor parking garage. Construction is slated to be complete by Spring 2019.
Residences will offer luxury living amenities and include: spa-like bathrooms, over-sized closets, state-of-the-art kitchens with Energy Star appliances, impressive nine-foot ceilings, private balconies and more.
“We believe Woodmont Bay Club is exactly the type of quality living experience Bayonne residents want right now and we look forward to bringing this project to life alongside Woodmont,” said Chris Baker, president of Baker Residential. “We’ve seen first-hand the beautiful properties Woodmont has developed and knew, since we first started talking, the partnership would be a great fit.”
Conveniently located with direct access to both Richard A. Rutkowski Park and Stephen T. Gregg Park in Bayonne, the magnificent setting has quick access to transportation such as the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail service and Exchange Place PATH station, meaning Lower Manhattan is only minutes away. Plus, major highways – Routes 78, 1, the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway offer close proximity to Jersey City and Newark provide for easy commutes throughout the Gold Coast.
“Residents of Woodmont Bay Club will have access to the quality and convenience of urban living and also experience the quiet comfort of suburban living, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Bayonne area,” said Woodmont Executive Vice President and General Counsel Stephen Santola. “We’re excited to provide a community that’s not only proximal to restaurants and shops but also offers dozens of acres of green space just outside the door.”
Bayonne embodies the best of both worlds— exhibiting an effortless combination of suburban living within an urban environment. Residents have easy access to a diverse shopping experience with both specialty stores and big box retailers less than two miles away from the property. Those seeking to spend quality time outdoors have direct access to 140–acres of open space, comprised of two public parks, which combined approximate a three-mile waterfront walkway unlike anywhere else in the area.Related Articles: