New Brunswick, New Jersey is getting some much needed luxury apartment rental units to its downtown area. The most recent luxury rental development is called the Quincy and it was built by the Alliance Residential Company. Residents and those looking to move to the area now have a choice between leasing studio, one and two bedroom apartments at the Quincy.
Located at 120 Nielsen Street, the Quincy has a very convenient location for both drivers and commuters by public transportation. One can walk or take a bus to the NJ Transit rail station. Or one can get on State Route 18 which is right in the backyard of the development. Parking for vehicles is provided within the apartment building in an indoor garage.
Residents will be able to relax at a pool and not just any pool. This pool will be located high above the streets on the rooftop. You could say it has views of the Raritan River and downtown New Brunswick. A fitness center, studio fitness room, dog park, community room, outdoor and indoor lounges round out the amenities. The Quincy welcomes pets although a deposit may be required.
For more information visit TheQuincyLiving.com, call 732.284.4040 or send a message to [email protected] The official address for the leasing office is 303 George St., Suite 102.
Gunman Flees Scene At New Brunswick Apartments
The New Brunswick Apartments is an apartment complex located on Commercial Avenue in New Brunswick, New Jersey, south of the Quincy development. On October 5th, 2015, the complex had a shooting take place. A lone gunman was reported to be behind the shooting and ran from the complex towards the Quincy and towards Nielsen Street. He was said to have been wearing a hoodie and has not been identified.
Pizza Delivery Guy Robbers Indicted Already Serving Time In Jail
A band of thieves responsible for the robbery of a pizza delivery driver were found to be already in prison after police used cell phone records to determine who the robbers were. The incident in question took place on Quincy Circle in Dayton, New Jersey on November 30, 2012. The robbers got away with the crime at first, but it appears they were apprehend later for similar robbery related charges by Middlesex County law enforcement authorities.