The Real Deal New York

Self-described tallest N.J. rental earns TCO

March 16, 2011 12:39PM

The Monaco, a two-tower rental development in Jersey City and the self-described largest rental complex in New Jersey, has received its first temporary certificate of occupancy, according to developers Roseland Property and Garden State Development. The leasing office at the 50-story, 524-unit project is slated to open April 1. The waterfront development includes 12,000 square feet of retail space and a 10-story parking deck. Rents at the Monaco range from $1,600 for studios to $5,300 for three-bedroom units. TRD

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