New Brunswick’s Latest Luxury Apartment Development
The Quincy is the latest addition to New Brunswick’s luxury rental apartment complex. While considered luxury and upscale, the Quincy is still in the budget and range of most middle income professionals and young couples. You will find studio apartments as well as standard 1 and 2 bedroom apartments to rent from at the Quincy.
The property is professionally managed by the Alliance Residential Company. Questions about the Quincy and their leasing terms can be directed to the leasing center which is located at 303 George St., Suite 102 New Brunswick NJ 08901. Contact them by calling 732.284.4040 or on the web at [email protected] It is important to note that the actual apartment building is located at 120 Nielson Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 which is right near the leasing center but not in the same building.
Luxury amenities include a rooftop pool with views, state of the art fitness center, community room and indoor garage resident parking for vehicles. Restaurants, parks entertainment, and shopping is within walking distance or a few minutes drive by car. Public transit is also easily accessible. This includes both NJ Transit Rail and bus service for both commuters and local use.
Clearing Up The Pizza Robbery Incident On Quincy Circle And Shooting At New Brunswick Apartments
It is easy to believe that the Pizza Robbery incident on Quincy Circle on November 30, 2012 took place at the address of the Quincy. The fact is that the Quincy was still under construction during this incident. Furthermore, Quincy Circle is an address in another town and not in New Brunswick, where the Quincy is located. The pizza delivery robbery on Quincy Circle thus has no relation to the Quincy apartments.
The shooting at the New Brunswick apartments did take place in the city of New Brunswick. It is several blocks away however and is not to be confused with the newly built and secure building of the Quincy. The area where the New Brunswick apartments is in has seen an increase in crime lately, but this has nothing to do with the Quincy luxury rental development.