Rental complex opens in Riverdale

Jul.July 28, 2010 11:00 AM

Alexan Riverdale

Alexan Riverdale, a new 212-unit rental complex at 6000 Riverdale Road
in Morris County, Riverdale, officially opened today. The apartments,
located near Routes 23 and 27, were developed by Trammell Crow
Residential. Earlier this year, they opened for leasing — which is
being handled by Kettler Management — as part of the developer’s
signature series of Alexan rental neighborhoods. The development
features two four-story buildings, including a 100 percent smoke-free
building that is the first of its kind in the Morris County area, on a
landscaped 15-acre site. Apartment amenities include kitchens with
granite countertops, stainless-steel Energy-Star appliances, outdoor
terraces and balconies. Building amenities include a Wi-Fi enabled,
5,000-square-foot clubhouse with an outdoor pool, fitness center,
spin-cycling studio, video gaming lounge, PC and MAC workstations and
garage parking. Prices range from $1,546 for a one-bedroom, $1,674 for
one-bedroom plus den and $2,064 for a two-bedroom unit. Two month’s
free rent is included in the rental pricing. TRD


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