Rosera Wesmont development, a 295-unit luxury multifamily community, is now underway in Bergen County, New Jersey. Recently, the developer, JCMLiving broke ground on the Class A project situated at 300 Westmont Drive in Wood Ridge. However, it will be the final phase of the Wesmont Station Redevelopment, which is a 150-acre project inspired by Somerset Development.
Aaron Polinsky of JCMLiving described Rosera Wesmont as the final and most luxurious residential phase of Wesmont Station. Therefore Polinsky said the project would help raise the standard of suburban living at Wesmont Station. He also said the Wood-Ridge neighbourhood which was formerly a pre-war industrial zone will now become a residential area. The developer expects to start receiving the first set of tenants by 2024.
Also Read Tortola residential community breaks ground in Florida
Rosera Wesmont will be located at the heart of Bergen County, within the greater Wesmont Transit Station Redevelopment District. Therefore residents can have easy commutes to New York Penn Station through the 22-minute Bergen County Line rail service. In addition, the project’s location offers access to multiple retail and dining options around Highway 17. It’s a convenient location which is about 16 miles away from Manhattan.
Development plans for the Rosera Wesmont residential community
Rosera Wesmont will consist of studio, one, two and three-bedroom units. The community will feature 2,800 square feet of ground-floor retail space, along with 30,000 square feet of amenity space. Additionally, the plan for the property shows an interior design of oversized windows and private corridors, as well as smart technology.
Rosera Wesmont will be equipped with several luxury amenities such as a 13,000 square feet swimming pool, and sundeck. Additionally, the residential community also features a courtyard with outdoor games, fitness, sport simulators centres, and a hotel-style lobby. There will be several meetings and rooms available, along with next-generation Class A individual and coworking spaces.
These facilities will be available for individuals telecommuting to remote or hybrid jobs in Manhattan or employment centres close by. What’s more, the development also includes 480 parking spaces within a garage with access from every building level.
The project team for Rosera Wesmont development includes Minno and Wasko Architects of Lambertville, New Jersey. While Childs Dreyfus will be the interior designer and Ingerman Construction is the project’s general contractor.