Newton Town Centre Leasing Office Now Open
The affordable apartment community features one- and two-bedroom apartments for active seniors (55+), located at the corner of Spring Street and Union Place in Newton.
Situated at the corner of Spring Street and Union Place in Newton, apartments at Newton Town Centre will feature one- and two-bedroom layouts, hardwood floors, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances and dishwashers, tile baths and large closets. Other features include: Card entry, elevator access, laundry facilities, off-street parking and a community center with a landscaped third floor terrace for special events.
"We are excited that our Leasing Office is now open and encourage all those interested to stop by to learn more and fill out an application,"
Residences will also include the following Energy Star® qualified features: Effective insulation, high performance windows, air-tight construction and ducts, and efficient heating and cooling equipment.
Nestled off Route 206 in Newton, Newton Town Centre is conveniently located in Newton's Historic Downtown. At Newton Town Centre, local shops and restaurants are right outside your door. Convenient local transportation is available, providing easy access to supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.
All apartments will be reserved for low and moderate-income households. Minimum and maximum income limits apply. At least one household member must be over the age of 55. No household members can be under the age of 18. To learn more about Newton Town Centre, please visit http://www.newtoncentrenj.com or call 973-744-5410, extension 139.
ABOUT RPM DEVELOPMENT GROUP
Founded in 1986, RPM Development Group is one of the leading developers of affordable housing in New Jersey. Our company has developed residential communities that are home to thousands of New Jerseyans and represent hundreds of millions of dollars in community investment across the state. Work includes new construction of underutilized land, the adaptive reuse of industrial properties, the restoration of historic buildings and multi-phase initiatives to increase affordable housing options in urban and suburban communities. To learn more, visit http://www.rpmdev.com.