Construction of Klein Enterprises’ multifamily apartment in Middlesex, to begin soon

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The construction of a 272-unit Klein Enterprises multifamily apartment in Middlesex County, New Jersey, is set to commence soon. The developer, Klein Enterprises, plans to build the project at a former industrial site, which has undergone significant remediation over the past years.

According to Klein Enterprises’ President, Daniel Klein, the redevelopment plan focuses on two primary objectives. He said the first objective involves preserving a portion of the property as the gateway to a new county nature preserve. While the second focuses on developing a residential property that fits the character of the community and incorporates green building elements.

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Development plans for Klein Enterprises multifamily apartment in Middlesex

Last month, Klein demolished the existing structures on the project’s site at 212 Durham Avenue in Metuchen. The construction phase has a 24-month timeline, with its delivery date set for Fall 2025. The property will offer 15% affordable housing and feature a mix of studio, one, two, and three-bedroom units.

Additionally, the ground floor level will also consist of six one-bedroom homes, which will include private office spaces. The residents will be able to access their own office through the home or through separate, private entrances. They will also enjoy access to shared amenities like a community garden, dog park, and pool.

Klein plans to incorporate various green initiatives within the develop[ment with the aim of meeting National Green Building Standards. Therefore, the Klein Enterprises multifamily apartment in Middlesex will feature amenities such as a partial green roof, a large solar array, and electric car charging stations. The units will also be furnished with Energy Star appliances, low-flow fixtures, LED lighting, a pollinator garden, and more.

Modern artistry concepts will be used for the project’s interior design. The overall design includes a mix of elements grounded by warm woods and black accents. In addition, it also incorporates photography, music, and classic printing techniques. Klein said the designs honor artists and literary figures of the late 1800s, who brought culture and the arts to Metuchen