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Latest Townhomes Built, Sold and Closed at Livingston Town Center

Situated directly on the community’s main boulevard, the single-level condominium homes at Livingston Town Center blend classically-inspired interiors with contemporary urban design.

Three new townhomes recently completed at Livingston Town Center have been sold, signaling the continued demand to live within the mixed-use neighborhood of retail, restaurants and residences in prestigious Essex County.

The latest homes to be built at the dynamic community located at the intersection of Livingston and East Mt. Pleasant Avenues have already closed, reports the development group, a joint venture partnership of Roseland Property Company, Eastman Management Corp. and Jacobs Enterprises, Inc. 

“These are spectacular homes that attracted buyers with a combination of distinctive multi-story architecture, stylish and expansive living spaces and a beautiful park-like location,” notes Trish Duffy, a Sales Representative from Coldwell Banker,

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“Their appeal is complemented by the successful Livingston Town Center concept which reflects traditional downtown environments with a focus on convenience and outdoor pedestrian activity.   The combination of a walkable, retail-driven village, exciting amenities and services and a location in one of New Jersey’s most desirable suburban communities is proving to be a winning formula at Livingston Town Center.”

The culmination of a plan to create a dynamic and stylish downtown destination, Livingston Town Center boasts a unique mix of residences that surround a thriving retail district in beautiful western Essex County. More than 65,000 square feet of boutique shops and restaurants are located within the community. Residents also enjoy such exclusive on-site amenities as concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, billiards room, business center and glass-enclosed conservatory swimming pool.

“It is a cohesive, recognizable place where people can stroll down the sidewalk, eat at a quaint outdoor café, shop in a charming boutique or just enjoy the scenic grounds,” adds Ms. Duffy.  “For our residents, there is no need for an automobile because everything is close at hand.   The community promotes the convenience and charm of urban living but in an active suburban setting.”

Buyers can currently choose from a limited offering of three-story townhomes and two- and three-bedroom condominium homes.  The residences feature between 1,534 and 3,058 square feet of living space and are priced from $585,000.

The single-level condominium homes are conveniently located in an elegant mid-rise building set directly on the main boulevard.  The homes blend classically-inspired interiors with contemporary urban design to create a desirable and exciting living experience.  Every home has two parking spaces in an attached secured garage.  The condominium building also features a dramatic lobby and Concierge, as well as the community’s fabulous amenities.

Livingston Town Center is ideally located near mass-transportation to New York City, while attractions such as the Short Hills Mall, Livingston Mall, Paper Mill Playhouse and Turtle Back Zoo are a short drive away.

For more information on the residential offerings of Livingston Town Center and to schedule a private showing of the homes, please call (973) 251-2777 or visit The community’s Sales Office is located at 40A Carillon Circle, Livingston, NJ 07039.


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