RPM Development Group Unveils First Rental Residences at Historic Fort Monmouth

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Liberty Walk offers a unique collection of townhome style apartments on the former U.S. Army post in the Borough of Oceanport.

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RPM Development Group announces the successful unveiling of Liberty Walk at Fort Monmouth in the Borough of Oceanport, NJ.

“The soaring sales at East Gate coupled with the exceptionally high level of rental interest at Liberty Walk continues to validate that Fort Monmouth is quickly becoming Monmouth County’s preferred place to live,” said Brian Saft, Director of Residential Leasing for RPM Development Group.

A portion of land nestled on the southeastern corner of Fort Monmouth breathes new life as RPM Development Group announces the successful and highly anticipated grand opening of Liberty Walk, the fort’s very first rental opportunity. The community is situated in the sought-after Borough of Oceanport and features historically renovated townhome style apartments that combine the style and quality of age-old craftsmanship with every efficiency and convenience that today’s discerning residents desire.

The unveiling comes just months after the opening of East Gate also hosted by developer RPM Development Group.

As of press time, 20 of East Gate’s 56 homes have been sold since the unique collection of townhomes, duplexes and single-family residences made their debut. East Gate has been one of the most notable residential sales openings to come to the region in recent years, according to RPM Development Group. Liberty Walk has had the same level of interest thus far, only this time from those seeking rental residences. “The soaring sales at East Gate coupled with the exceptionally high level of rental interest at Liberty Walk continues to validate that Fort Monmouth is quickly becoming Monmouth County’s preferred place to live,” said Brian Saft, Director of Residential Leasing for RPM Development Group.

Liberty Walk offers masterfully designed three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath residences with up to 1,959 sq. ft. of living space and individual garages. Residences combine functional layouts with luxury appointments to create a nostalgic, yet modern lifestyle experience. Other features include: Newly renovated kitchens and baths; hardwood floors throughout; basements with washers and dryers; living rooms and sunrooms; two stories of spacious living areas; ample closets for storage, and a large master bedroom with en suite master bath.

With no detail left untouched, Liberty Walk mirrors the historic character of the former fort. “This intimate, village-like neighborhood offers eye-catching architecture and distinctive homes that take its residents on a trip back to quieter times, but at the same time, find themselves at the heart of Jersey Shore’s most vibrant year-round community,” said Saft.

Just minutes from the Shrewsbury and Navesink Rivers and a short drive to the Atlantic Ocean, recreational opportunities at Liberty Walk are endless. Residents will enjoy close proximity to trendy shops, eclectic restaurants and world-class entertainment in nearby Red Bank, Asbury Park and Long Branch. Monmouth Mall, Jersey Shore Premium Outlets, Pier Village and The Grove at Shrewsbury are also in close proximity. When it comes time to travel, Routes 35, 36, 18 and the Garden State Parkway are just minutes away. The Little Silver Train Station is also only a mile away, putting Manhattan within reach for a convenient daily commute or a weekend Broadway show.

Residences are priced from $3,000 per month with the first month free on a 12-month lease ($2740 net effective per month). Electric is included in rent. Occupancy to begin October 1. To schedule a tour, call the Fort Monmouth Model/Leasing Center at 732-631-4834. Liberty Walk is located at 4 Gosslin Avenue in Oceanport, NJ 07703. To learn more, visit LibertyWalkNJ.com

ABOUT RPM DEVELOPMENT GROUP
Founded in 1986, RPM Development Group is one of the leading developers of affordable housing in New Jersey. Our company has developed residential communities that are home to thousands of New Jerseyans and represent hundreds of millions of dollars in community investment across the state. Work includes new construction of underutilized land, the adaptive reuse of industrial properties, the restoration of historic buildings and multi-phase initiatives to increase affordable housing options in urban and suburban communities. To learn more, visit rpmdev.com

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