The second twin of The Modern Towers at Fort Lee officially opened its doors to residents in a ceremony yesterday, following a successful round of pre-completion closings.
Comprised of identical North and South Towers, the project is a redevelopment of a formerly vacant lot, and yields nearly 1,400 new apartments and over 500,000 square feet of dining and entertainment space. Designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects, the buildings stand 47 stories tall and comprise one of the tallest twin-towered developments in the world.
An impressive suite of residential amenities includes an infinity pool, summer kitchens, a basketball court, elevated lawn areas, and private parking.
SJP Properties, the developer of the project, will also construct a two-acre public park for both future occupants and the surrounding community. The park will also see the development of a 7,000-square-foot restaurant, with both indoor and open-air dining, in addition to a 13,000-square-foot public theater and museum.
“There is really nothing else like The Modern available to renters in New Jersey,” said Steven Pozycki, Founder, Chairman and CEO of SJP Properties. “We’re excited to have delivered an iconic development that is shaping the future of Fort Lee, and we look forward to welcoming our newest residents to Phase II.”
Pricing at The Modern starts at $1,717 for a studio, $2,631 for a one-bedroom, $3,604 for a two-bedroom and $6,466 for a three-bedroom residence.
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