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Foley Square at Murray Hill Enters Final Sales Phase

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Construction is nearly complete and just 4 units remain to be sold at Foley Square at Murray Hill, a new community of 22 distinguished townhomes in the Murray Hill Section of New Providence. A special Public Open House to commemorate the final sales phase will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2015 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  The site is open to visitors every Sunday afternoon from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
“The developers are committed to quality construction at a luxury level. We have two beautiful townhomes ready for immediate occupancy, both priced at $689,000,” Michele DiBenedetto, sales associate with the New Providence office of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New Jersey Properties, observed.
Foley Square at Murray Hill offers unsurpassed luxury and convenience. This new development of 22 distinctive townhomes by Newstar Homes is in a prime location within a short walk of the Murray Hill Train Station. Designed by Kapuscinski Luongo Architects, each home features an open floor plan. Luxurious features include gourmet kitchens with granite counters, KitchenAid Stainless Steel appliances and wood cabinetry. Master bedroom suites feature full baths with double vanities, soaking tubs, separate shower stalls and walk in closets. Additional features include fireplaces in the great room, finished basement, two car garage, classic moldings, hardwood floors and recessed lighting.

Ideally located, Foley Square at Murray Hill offers an easy commute to New York City via train, bus or highway. The Murray Hill section of New Providence is only 17 miles from Newark International Airport and a 10 minute drive to world class shopping at The Mall at Short Hills. Foley Square is central to several major corporations, including Alcatel-Lucent, The Linde Group, C.R. Bard, Baxter, Merck and Celgene. Overlook Hospital in Summit is only minutes away. Other nearby amenities include Murray Hill Racquet Club and Lifetime Fitness Center and Spa in Berkeley Heights. Golfers can enjoy the nearby private country clubs of Canoe Brook in Summit, Baltusrol in Springfield and Fairmount in Chatham, as well as area public courses. Neighboring towns include Chatham, Summit, Millburn, & Berkeley Heights. New Providence public schools consistently rank among the top schools in the state. Currently, New Providence High School is ranked among the top high schools in the state by NJ Monthly Magazine. Foley Square is a short walk to the New Providence High School and Middle School. Newstar Homes, based in Summit, NJ, has been creating hundreds of beautiful homes for the past 25 years throughout northern and central New Jersey. They are committed to quality craftsmanship and bringing a new level of luxury to the townhouse market in the region. 

For more information visit www.foleysquareatmurrayhill.com or contact Michele DiBenedetto of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services NJ Properties at Michele.d@BHHSNJ.com or at 908-464-5200.

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