Daily Archives: April 15, 2016

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BLT introduces luxury Hague building at The Beacon

15Apr

Building and Land Technology (BLT) has opened the doors to Hague, a significant milestone that represents considerably more than the launch of a new 241-unit luxury rental building in Jersey City. As the sixth apartment building to open within The Beacon, Hague completes the effort to restore a collection of iconic architectural gems and transform them into an urban residential destination.

With the final piece of the puzzle now in place, The Beacon stands as a national success story, a cherished piece of Jersey City’s storied past reborn as a modern living experience that is home to more than 2,000 residents, 1,155 residences, incomparable amenities and an unparalleled offering of outdoor space.

“This is truly an historic milestone,” said John Masso, The Beacon’s regional manager.

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Live, work, play: There are many options in New Jersey’s thriving and diverse rental market

15Apr

When Erin Sweeney moved back to New Jersey five years ago, she headed straight for Newark, rather than return to her hometown in rural Sussex County. The 32-year-old nonprofit executive said she always dreamed of living in New Jersey’s largest city. “I feel like it’s our city,” Sweeney said. “It’s a transportation, legal, education hub. It’s an important place. I want it to be great and I want to be part of that.”

History also lives at The Beacon.

Listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places, The Beacon’s six ornate buildings have been restored to preserve the architectural grandeur of its Art Deco-era origins, with marble walls, terrazzo floors, etched glass, gilded beams and moldings and bronze chandeliers. The 241-unit Hague, the latest and final addition to this community, developed by Building and Land Technology (BLT), opened in March.

“BLT had a grand vision for these remarkable buildings,” said John Masso, The Beacon’s regional manager. “To see them now fully reawakened as an inspired 21st-century use teeming with resident activity and, once again, an asset to the city, is both thrilling and rewarding.”

The community, perched at the highest spot in Jersey City, offers a range of options, from studios to three-bedroom triplexes, with rents ranging from $1,600 to $8,000 a month. An array of features, amenities and outdoor space are designed to lure young professionals, couples and retirees.