RUTHERFORD, NJ, — Rutherford Mayor Joseph DeSalvo, Jr. and other municipal officials and local dignitaries joined developer Vango Development Tuesday, (June 26, 2018) to break ground on 106 Park Ave., a new luxury rental building in the heart of downtown Rutherford.
Located just two blocks from the Rutherford train station, 106 Park Ave. is bringing a collection of 52 modern rental residences and 5,000 s/f of street-level retail space to the borough. Offering studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, the new rental building should appeal to commuters who wish to take advantage of Rutherford’s prime location just one rail stop away from Secaucus Junction. New York Penn Station is less than a 30-minute train ride away, and Hoboken is less than 20 minutes away, where transfers to the PATH system are available. Rutherford station is also a bus stop for the NJ Transit #190 bus, which whisks passengers to the Port Authority in about 30 minutes.
106 Park Ave. will occupy the entire width of a city block, with its main entrance and retail space on Park Ave. and a rear entrance and parking garage on Chestnut Street. Residents will enjoy lifestyle amenities and conveniences such as a fitness center, residents’ lounge.