Linc at Orange Station, Orance, NJ Linc at Orange Station, Orange, NJ

ORANGE, NJ—RPM Development Group’s Linc 52 at Orange Station, a new five-story condominium building, has opened, with creative financing opportunities for former renters and first-time buyers under the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency’s CHOICE program.

“The City of Orange is recognized for its transit-oriented lifestyle, and Linc 52 will serve as a model for smart growth and sustainable development at Orange Station,” says Ed Martoglio, president of Montclair, NJ-based RPM.  “We’re delighted to introduce this signature residential address and deliver a 21st Century urban lifestyle in a sleek and modern building, with luxurious and spacious condominiums, in an ultra-convenient transit village, all at incredibly competitive pricing.”

Linc 52’s official debut comes less than a month after the developer opened preview sales which resulted in more than 30% of the building’s 24 homes already sold.  The building offers a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums, priced from the high-$180,000s to the mid-$300,000s.  The property also includes top-floor, two-story Penthouse condominiums that feature private, outdoor space.

Officials cut the ribbon at Linc at Orange Station. From left: Anthony Marchetta, Executive Director of HMFA; Joaquin Bouzas, Principal at Inglese Engineering and Architecture; Donna Williams, Councilmember-At-Large & Council President for the City of Orange; Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., Essex County Executive; Edward Martoglio, President of RPM Development; Marty Mayes, Director of Planning & Development and the Department of Public Works; Thomas P Giblin, Assemblyman of District 34; Dr. Lanel D. Guyton, Pastor of St. Matthew A.M.E. Church; Marie Mascherin, Chief Lending Officer of NJ Community Capital   Officials cut the ribbon at Linc at Orange Station. From left: Anthony Marchetta, Executive Director of HMFA; Joaquin Bouzas, Principal at Inglese Engineering and Architecture; Donna Williams, Councilmember-At-Large & Council President for the City of Orange; Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., Essex County Executive; Edward Martoglio, President of RPM Development; Marty Mayes, Director of Planning & Development and the Department of Public Works; Thomas P Giblin, Assemblyman of District 34; (obscured) Dr. Lanel D. Guyton, Pastor of St. Matthew A.M.E. Church; and Marie Mascherin, Chief Lending Officer of NJ Community Capital