Oct 07

Leasing Begins at Premiere Residences at New Brunswick Performing Arts Center in New Jersey

Pennrose, a leader in multifamily development and management, is pleased to announce that Premiere Residences, a luxury residential tower located in the heart of New Brunswick’s growing arts and culture scene, has begun leasing. The 207-home tower rises above the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC), the 450,000-square-foot development boasting two world-class theater venues, rehearsal space, and 30,000 square feet of office space.

In addition to being just steps away from the burgeoning arts and culture district, residents will enjoy a number of best-in-class amenities, including a rooftop pool and deck, penthouse sky lounge, outdoor fire pit, demonstration kitchen, karaoke room, state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga studio, billiard room, residents lounge, co-working and private meeting space. Twenty-four-hour concierge service, on-site parking, package lockers, and bike storage are also available.

“New Brunswick Performing Arts Center will solidify downtown as a cultural hub and spur further economic development and commerce in the region,” said Richard Barnhart, Chairman and CEO of Pennrose. “Premiere Residences was designed with a ‘live, work, play’ lifestyle in mind, and we look forward to residents moving in and experiencing the fantastic location and amenities of their new home.”

Studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments are available starting at $1,975. The modern residences feature stainless steel, ENERGY STAR® appliances, in-home washer and dryer, spacious closets along with movable kitchen islands and panoramic views in select apartments.

A portion of the residences are designed to support the local artistic community. Pennrose has partnered with The Actors Fund to help market 42 apartments to actors, musicians, dancers and other theater support personnel.

NBPAC includes The Elizabeth Ross Johnson Theater and The Arthur Laurents Theater and will be home to Crossroads Theatre Company, American Repertory Ballet, George Street Playhouse and Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts.

The NBPAC redevelopment is part of a public-private partnership, including Devco, Pennrose, the City of New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, New Brunswick Cultural Center, Rutgers University and New Brunswick Parking Authority. Pennrose and Devco are serving as co-developers.

To schedule a private preview of the property or for more information on apartment availability, please visit http://www.rentpremiere.com/.

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