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Parkway Lofts in Bloomfield Reaches Milestone: Phase I and II Rented

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Despite record cold temperatures, leasing activity is heating up at Parkway Lofts in Bloomfield, N.J. The transit-oriented luxury apartment community has welcomed an impressive number of new and prospective residents this winter, achieving another significant milestone: Phases I and II are fully rented and homes in Phase III are now available.

Apartments in Phase III represent some of Parkway Lofts' most sought-after building locations, offering panoramic skyline views of New York City and the Watchung Mountains. Phase III also encompasses Parkway Lofts’ ultra-luxurious two-bedroom penthouse units. Blending contemporary comforts with echoes of industrial design, these well-appointed penthouse residences include a generous outdoor terrace, perfect for dining al fresco, gathering with friends or relaxing after a long day at work.

“Savvy renters continue leasing the upscale loft-style apartments at Parkway Lofts at a remarkable pace, a testament to the incomparable value and lifestyle we offer here,” said Will Rodriguez, community manager. “In many ways we have saved the best for last and are excited to introduce Phase III to prospective residents. With this final phase of apartments, we look forward to continuing the incredible leasing momentum that ignited with Phases I and II.”

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Luxurious Loft-Style Living

Parkway Lofts is the redevelopment of the landmark six-story warehouse building, originally built in 1915 by The General Electric Co., into 361 beautifully appointed apartments. Floor plans include a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom loft-style and duplex residences. Monthly rents start from the $1,700s.

Parkway Lofts' ultra-stylish modern classic apartments feature 17- and 12-foot ceilings soaring above exposed columns and beams; custom lighting fixtures; island kitchens with Quartz countertops, stainless-steel appliances, glass-tile backsplashes and custom cabinetry; and spa-like bathrooms with custom-stone flooring and porcelain surrounds. A mix of open concept and defined spaces provides tenants with unparalleled freedom to create a home that's uniquely their own.

In addition to its lavish residences, Parkway Lofts offers residents an array of hotel-caliber amenities and services, including a 24-hour concierge; a rooftop deck with fire pit and comfortable seating; a 5,000-square-foot, two-level state-of-the-art fitness center; a 20-seat large-screen theater room; a private party and billiards room with a 14-foot bar, televisions and tufted banquettes; and a dog run. The community's 24-hour resident-only convenience store is stocked with a selection of grocery basics such as milk, juice, bread, eggs, soda, fresh sandwiches, energy drinks, chips, protein bars, toiletry items and more.

Parkway Lofts is just 1,000 feet away from NJ Transit's Watsessing Avenue Station, allowing commuters to reach Manhattan in 30 minutes or less. Parkway Lofts also provides its residents with a secure parking garage, and additional in-building and surface parking. Along with a washer/dryer in each apartment unit, residents have access to larger commercial-style laundry facilities and storage lockers on each floor.

The community’s convenient Essex County address adds to its appeal. Parkway Lofts is easily accessible to major roadways including the Garden State Parkway, New Jersey Turnpike, and routes 3 and 46, while Newark Liberty International Airport is less than 30 minutes away. Cultural activities, parks, public golf courses, shopping centers, restaurants, healthcare facilities and higher education all are nearby.

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