SOMERVILLE – The borough’s newest residential development has begun leasing apartments a block away from the railroad station and Main Street.
Work is wrapping up on the Station House on Veterans Memorial Drive on the site formerly occupied by the Somerset Messenger-Gazette that was shuttered by Advance Publications, the owners of NJ.com and the Star-Ledger.
Station House features 116 luxury apartments with soaring ceilings, oversized windows, natural lighting, private balconies, high-efficiency heating and air conditioning systems, custom walk-in closets with shelving and keyless entries.
“From high-end LED lighting and elegant, custom soft-close cabinetry to stainless steel Energy Star appliances and front-loading washers and dryers, Station House leaves nothing to chance when it came to creating a space that renters will love to live in,” said Greg Storms, managing member of DGM Management, the developer.
The studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments range in size up to 1,480 square feet.
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The apartment community, with its unique exterior architectural elements, stands out from the other new apartment complexes in Somerville.
The Storms family did not leave the apartments’ amenities to chance.
“We’re talking lavish baths with subway tile backsplashes and shower surrounds, quartz countertops and sound suppressing walls and floors,” said Storms. “There is also soft touch hardwood flooring throughout. No detail is too small at Station House.”
The complex also has a heated garage with reserved, secure, EV charger-ready parking spaces, a private fitness center, a communal tech lounge with increased bandwidth for gaming, streaming and video calls and a lounge area with outdoor space. There will also be a dog park
“We really wanted to create an inviting atmosphere where residents can invite their friends and family to share in the Station House experience,” said Storms.
To schedule an appointment for a tour, call at 908-879-2000 or visit stationhousesomerville.com/.
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Mike Deak is a reporter for mycentraljersey.com and the last editor of the Somerset Messenger-Gazette. To get unlimited access to his articles on Somerset and Hunterdon counties, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.