Roseland Publicizes Opening of 360-Unit The Capstone at Port Imperial Luxurious Condo Constructing on The New Jersey Gold Coast

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Roseland Announces Opening of 360-Unit The Capstone at Port Imperial Luxury Apartment Building on The New Jersey Gold Coast

WEST NEW YORK, NJ – Roseland Residential Trust, a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI), announced the opening of Capstone in Port Imperial, a new luxury residential building in Port Imperial with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Die Manhattan skyline, a sophisticated equipment package as well as high-quality design and high-quality surfaces. The Capstone, which is in joint venture with an institutional equity provider, is Roseland's latest addition to the Port Imperial community.

The Capstone offers a mix of 360 units ranging from studios to four bedroom homes with a wide variety of floor plans to choose from. The building is complemented by a full suite of amenities and 25,000 square feet of retail and covered public parking. Designed for the discerning modern tenant, the residences feature luxurious plank floors, backed-back quartz countertops, kitchen pendant lights, state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and other designer-quality furnishings and surfaces in the kitchens and bathrooms.

"Roseland continues its vision in Port Imperial of developing high quality residential properties that benefit from prime waterfront locations, New York City skyline views and rugged lifestyle amenities," said Marshall B. Tycher, chairman of the Roseland Residential Trust. "The Capstone further enhances the neighborhood on the Riverwalk and is a great addition to Port Imperial & # 39; s live work-play district, which is known for its numerous restaurants, coveted outdoor spaces, and easy commuting."

The impressive equipment package is underlined by an indoor and outdoor lounge on the ninth floor with a sun terrace with a breathtaking view of the Hudson River and extensive, 33,000 square meters of outdoor facilities with a two-story pool and spa, fireplace and barbecue stations, outdoor billiards, table football, theater inside Outdoor, private cabanas, bowling green, children's playground and dog run. The 3,000 square meter fitness suite offers a healthy lifestyle and features Technogym equipment, yoga, fitness on demand, a spin studio and a special outdoor fitness area on the deck.

"The outside deck is spectacular," said Tycher. "The thoughtful design is a testament to Roseland's unwavering commitment to excellence. We always try to excel in each of our projects and I am delighted to offer our residents a haven of unique outdoor experiences, especially given the time we are live in. "

The club room has a fireplace, billiards table, and an outdoor deck overlooking the Hudson River – ideal for entertaining guests – as well as a party room with a coffee bar in the work lounge and private conference rooms for residents who work from home. Additional amenities include an indoor dog grooming room, golf simulator, children's playroom, 24-hour concierge, bicycle storage room, and several private garages. The Capstone residents have access to the Roseland Living app, which optimizes every resource in one place – from details on exclusive upcoming virtual events to Roseland perks and discounts, maintenance information and access to the rental portal.

After the exciting restaurant openings by Marcus Samuelsson at the NoHu Rooftop in the EnVue Hotel and the new American gastropub Porter on the ground floor of nearby RiverHouse 11, The Capstone not only shows Roseland's ongoing investment in the neighborhood, but also underscores the exciting development of the Port Imperial community. The Capstone will soon be joined by RiverHouse 9, a 313-unit building in Weehawken also being developed by Roseland. Port Imperial has continued to grow into a sought-after lifestyle destination, with easy access by ferry to Manhattan as well as the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, which serves the NJ Gold Coast.

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