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Garden Communities begins apartment leasing at Fair Lawn Promenade

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Last month, Garden Commercial Properties, a subsidiary of Garden Homes, announced 10 new lease signings for the commercial component of Fair Lawn Promenade development project, a mixed-use community currently under construction along Route 208. The development started leasing apartments this week.

The apartments, called The Residences at Fair Lawn Promenade, will feature a mixture of 150 one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury rental apartments, complemented by its close proximity to the Radburn Station of NJTRANSIT's Bergen line.

The Fair Lawn Prominade will boast approximately 65,000 square feet of diverse retail and commercial spaces. Starbucks, Qdoba, Wireless Depot, Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, European Wax, Noodles & Company, Massage Envy, Habit Burger and Cups Frozen Yogurt have already leased spaces at the development.

The property will be anchored by a 25,000-square-foot lease with TKL Research, an internationally recognized full-service clinical research organization.

"With the pent-up demand for high-grade, well-located housing in the Bergen County region, we anticipate rapid leasing activity for the apartments at Fair Lawn Promenade," said Scott Loventhal in a prepared statement. He is the director of development for Garden Homes, which is developing the project. "We have amassed a dynamic range of nationally renowned retailers and dining options that will provide an ideal complement to our state-of-the-art residences."

The residential portion of the Fair Lawn Promenade was designed by Appel deisgn Group and the commercial portion was designed by Rotwein + Blake Architects.

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Emily Bader is the copy and web editor at NJBIZ. She is a Brielle, N.J. native and a Rutgers University alum. You can contact her at emilyb@njbiz.com or @emilybader on Twitter.

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