American Properties Breaks Ground on Newest Rental Residence

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Greene 750 will feature 312 luxury apartments just minutes from Trenton, Philadelphia and Princeton

Paul and Randy Csik and the American Properties team gather with Mayor Bert Steinmann and Ewing township officials to break ground on Greene 750, a community of 312 luxury apartments.

Greene 750 at Bear Tavern will feature 312 luxury apartments and a 6,125 square foot clubhouse for ample recreational opportunities.

Award-winning builder American Properties successfully broke ground on their newest rental community in Ewing Township, NJ on Tuesday, September 22. Greene 750 at Bear Tavern will feature 312 luxury apartments and a 6,125 square foot clubhouse for ample recreational opportunities.

The American Properties team gathered with Mayor Bert Steinmann on Tuesday afternoon at the future site of Greene 750 off Bear Tavern Road to break ground on the new community before enjoying a luncheon at Trenton Country Club. Also in attendance were Councilmembers David Schroth and Sarah Steward, Ewing Township Business Administrator Jim McManimon, Mercer County Freeholder Sam Frisby, and Amy McKenna and Bob Prunetti of the MidJersey Chamber of Commerce.

“We know that part of Greene 750’s success will be due to the warm Ewing community,” said Paul Csik, Senior Vice President of American Properties. “That’s why we’d like to use this time to give back to them.” At the event, American Properties made donations to benefit the West Trenton Volunteer Fire Company and Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, a museum located in the Ewing Senior & Community Center and operated by a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing bullying and promoting tolerance.

“We’re very excited to take the next step towards building this new community, and we can’t think of a better location,” said Csik. “With one- and two-bedroom and two-bedroom with den home designs, there’s an option available for every lifestyle at Greene 750.”

The apartments at this 28-acre community will feature up to 1,458 square feet of living space. Features include open kitchens with center islands, stainless steel appliances, ample storage, and patios or balconies. A climate-controlled lobby, secure access buildings, onsite parking and electric car charging stations will offer convenience in this exciting new rental community.

The sprawling recreational area will feature a 6,125 square foot clubhouse highlighting a great room with 14’ ceilings, a bar and pub area with an indoor/outdoor fireplace and direct access to an inground outdoor swimming pool. The clubhouse will also be home to a billiards and card room, state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor grill area, tot lot, media room with theater-style seating and business center. The pet-friendly community will also feature a dog run. For entertainment outside of Greene 750, shopping and dining abounds nearby in downtown Princeton and at Quakerbridge Mall.

“With its ideal location just minutes from Trenton, Philadelphia and Princeton and just a half-mile from I-95 with easy access to the NJ Turnpike, Greene 750 has been generating a tremendous amount of interest from the public,” said Csik. “We are eager to begin leasing this luxurious new community.”

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About American Properties Realty
American Properties Realty, Inc., is a family-owned, NJ-focused award-winning homebuilder based in Iselin, NJ, that is committed to earning the trust of each buyer who calls its communities home. American Properties Realty and its affiliated companies have created more than 15,000 homes from luxury single-family estates to master-planned communities of apartments, condominiums and townhomes. American Properties Realty prides itself on delivering the right home in the right place at the right price. Its residential communities have an unsurpassed reputation for quality craftsmanship and extraordinary value in creating community-oriented homes in premier locations. For more information, visit

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