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Construction launch of South Beach at Long Branch redefines residential living

LONG BRANCH, NJ — FEM South Beach Urban Renewal, LLC held its official groundbreaking of South Beach at Long Branch. The mid-summer ceremony featured the development team, as well as state, county and local dignitaries including Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, Senator Jennifer Beck and Mayor Adam Schneider, all of whom are Monmouth County residents. Their attendance signified the instrumental role South Beach at Long Branch plays in redefining the burgeoning city. The 47-unit upscale mid-rise will feature a new level of oceanfront luxury living, inspired by the flair of South Beach, Miami, as well as the newest architectural features that have marked the renaissance of Long Branch during the past decade. South Beach at Long Branch is rising on 1.69 acres on Ocean Ave.along North Bath St.

“Luxury living is here to stay in Long Branch,” said Mimi Feliciano, CEO and founder of FEM Real Estate. “We chose this city because of its proximity to North Jersey and New York City and the exciting lifestyle it offers residents. From great dining, to exciting nightlife, engaging family activities and more, there is always something to do here. With this in mind, we built the dream of edgy and classy South Beach at Long Branch for buyers to gather with family and friends in an ideal setting. It took three years and grew from an initial 11-unit design to 47 fabulous residences.”

Brian Stolar, president and CEO of the Pinnacle Companies, also participated, noting: “This is a special, residential-building, offering a level of luxurious amenities and lifestyle unlike anywhere else on the entire New Jersey shore,” he said. “Pinnacle only gets involved in very special projects, and I am excited to be working with the FEM development group to bring this fabulous project to reality.”Long Branch’s City Council approved an application to the New Jersey Department of Transportation for a transit village destination. The designation means Long Branch will redesign the train station area and its surrounding land with higher levels of residential and commercial development. Enhancements will create a richer urban core for the City, encouraging increased commuting to and from Manhattan, Monmouth Medical Center, and, oceanfront developments.When completed in early 2018, South Beach at Long Branch will consist of two eight-story towers connected by a plaza level. Individuals will choose from two-to four-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,380 to 3,000 square feet, and an optional den that converts to an additional bedroom.

South Beach building amenities will feature an infinity saltwater pool; a fitness facility; a business conference center; virtual in-person concierge; a great room for private parties, private dining with a commercial kitchen, an outdoor patio for entertaining; seasonal valet parking; underground parking spaces for two to three cars per unit; personal garage storage; convenient beach access with cabana rental and storage; and a pet friendly environment. South Beach at Long Branch is situated less than a quarter of a mile from Pier Village, and just 7.4 miles from Exit 105 of the Garden State Parkway. The property also benefits from public transportation as the New Jersey Train Station is less than a mile from the site.

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