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ERSEY CITY, NJ — 90 Columbus has entered the downtown Jersey City residential scene Bas Smets served as landscape designer Ironstate and Panepinto Properties launch 90 Columbus in downtown Jersey City J

matic views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty -- has quickly caught the attention of the marketplace, withmore than 100 leases signed in the first three weeks and a number of residents already moved in. “90 Columbus reflects the evolution of Jersey City and our commitment to delivering a lifestyle experience that meaningfully connects with today’s urban renter,” said Michael Barry , president of Ironstate Development Com- pany. “Frommodern design to innovative and thoughtfully- curated amenity spaces to an ultra-convenient location, 90 Columbus is a great addition to the Jersey City landscape.” The new residential tower is the fourth and final phase of The Columbus Collection, a mixed-use offering jointly developed by Ironstate and Panepinto Properties that

comprises 1,484 rental resi- dences, a 152-suite Residence Inn by Marriot hotel, an approximate 1,000-space enclosed parking garage, and street-level retail space hous- ing Base Gym and Sprove Market Place. “The Columbus Collection has proven to be a tremen- dous asset to Jersey City and has helped spearhead the pro- liferation of new lifestyle of- ferings throughout the Grove Street neighborhood,” said Joseph Panepinto , presi- dent & CEO of Panepinto Properties. “The amalgam of residential, retail and hospi- tality reflect the innovative lifestyle and culture of the city.” While a striking architec- tural addition to the Jersey City skyline from the out- side, 90 Columbus’ interior social spaces illustrate the developers’ commitment to creating something that is

both design driven and to- tally unique. The partnership tapped famed Parisian inte- rior architect Noé Duchau- four-Lawrance and interna- tionally-renowned landscape designer Bas Smets to create an oasis of calm set apart from the bustle of the city. Their embrace of nature, color and shapes can be found in the building’s intimate-but- grand lobby attended by a 24-hour doorman and full- time porters, soaring two- story communal lounge with a lush green winter garden, and expansive communal workspace, all featuring leafy green plantings that run wild throughout the spaces. Residents also have access to a 60,000 s/f outdoor land- scaped roof deck with a pool, BBQ grilling stations, sport court, dog run, and children’s play area, and receive mem- bership to the street-level, 30,000 s/f Base Gym.  for scheduling installation. While all the units at Altaire provide an elegant lifestyle, The Collection takes luxury further. These residences, in both the North and South Tow- ers, feature larger floorplans, upgraded finishes, superior appliance packages and unpar- alleled views. Altaire has an abundance of local amenities within walk- ing distance, such as a Whole Foods Market, a host of restau- rants, retailers and nightlife spots, three Metro station lines, several bus routes, bike trails and parks. “Crystal City/Pentagon City is an active, lively neighbor- hood with an exciting arts scene and a variety of com- munity events occurring on a daily basis,” said Harmar Thompson , a LCOR Principal and executive vice president who leads the firm’s operations in theWashingtonmarket. “We look forward to Altaire becom- ing an integral part of this vibrant destination.” 

HI-LIGHTS N ovember 23 - D ec . 13, 2018 with 539 rental residences and a full suite of modern amenities in one of the city’s most dynamic neighborhoods. Leasing is underway at the new 51-story tower which was developed by Ironstate Development Company and Panepinto Properties at the entrance to the Grove Street PATH Station, with convenient service to Mid- town and DowntownManhat- tan. The building is also just

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steps froman eclectic array of restaurants, shops, cafes and nightlife destinations, including the vibrant Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza. The overall lifestyle offer- ing – which also includes dra-

Stalco, Keller Sandgren & LiRo Group complete train station Construction Management & Design Build 9-18C

LCOR introduces Altaire in Crystal City, where luxury living soars to new heights

ARL I NGTON , VA — LCOR , a fully integrated real estate company, has delivered the 451-unit Altaire at 400 Army Navy Dr. along Crys- tal City/Pentagon City’s 12th Street Corridor. The $200 million project, en- compassing two buildings, of- fers a range of studios, one, two and three-bedroom residences, as well as The Collection, a se- lection of high-end penthouses and townhouses that offer a more exclusive living experi- ence. Named after the bright- est star in the constellation of Aquila, this energy-efficient, LEED-Gold property possesses unrivaled views of our nation’s capital, Arlington and the Po- tomac River waterfront. “Altaire is an ultra-luxury building with exquisite fea- tures that caters to a wide variety of renters who seek something extraordinary,” said Josh White , a vice president of development at LCOR. “The unobstructed views, spacious units, first-class finishes and

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grilling stations and fire pits; a game room that leads into the courtyard; a sports simu- lator; a bike training facility where residents may virtually train; a business center/flex- ible work area with conference capabilities; a secured parking garage with bike storage; and a professional-style pet wash. The property also offers SōL high-speed fiber optic Internet, allowing residents to move in, plug in and play without com- mitment, contracts, or the need

plush on-site conveniences set the building apart. We also have a key geographic advantage, as Altaire is easily accessible to D.C., Arlington, the Pentagon, and Reagan National Airport via Metro or major thoroughfares.” Among Altaire’s community amenities are the Sky Lounge with a rooftop terrace; an expansive fitness center with personal training rooms; a landscaped courtyard with an outdoor swimming pool,



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