MORRISTOWN, NJ—Mill CreekResidential says it has launched pre-leasing forModera 44, a new apartment community nearMorristown's vibrant street scene. In developing Modera44, Mill Creek offers upscale luxuryrentals in one of New Jersey's trendiest, transit-orientedlocales.

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Modera 44's exterior is a tribute to vintagenortheastern “row-style” architecture, while the community'swell-appointed studio, one- and two- bedroom apartments feature thelatest in modern conveniences and amenities.

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“With the opening of Modera 44, MillCreek has drawn on its core expertise in creating uniquemulti-family communities that integrate with and enhance theirphysical surroundings, while also providing a cosmopolitan livingexperience that reflects style, luxury and convenience,” saysRussell Tepper, Mill Creek'ssenior managing director, Northeast.

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Modera 44's homes feature 9-foot ceilings,upscale finishes, custom cabinetry, wood plank-style flooring andspa-like bathrooms with soaking tubs. The apartments' gourmetkitchens include movable chef islands in select apartments, quartzcountertops and EnergyStar® stainless steel appliances. Severalfloor plans include ample walk-in closet space, and all havefull-size washers and dryers. Select residences offer balconies,dens and lofts as well.

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Modera 44 includes an array of resort-styleamenities, including a rooftop with panoramic views of the WatchungValley, an outdoor kitchen, dining area, bar and stone-finishedwater fountain. The community's contemporary clubroom includes aniPad kiosk, fireplace, bar seating, flat-screen televisions and twopool tables.

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Modera 44 also has a business center with aconference room, on-site pet spa, bike storage and car chargingstations. A club-quality, 24-hour fitness center includes a yogastudio, spin room and towel service, and the community's twolandscaped courtyards feature gas grills for barbecuing, as well asa fire pit. To address the numerous parking challenges that oftenface renters in transit-oriented communities, Modera44 offers reserved garage parking for residents so theywon't have to “hunt” for street parking or pay for permits –especially since Modera 44's ideal location meansthat walking and mass transit will be the preferred ways for mostresidents to get around.

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“Walkability is paramount for today's renter, and Modera 44 setsa new standard in offering a prime location, chic style, classicelegance, world-class appointments and a rich suite of exclusiveamenities,” say Richard Murphy, managing directorfor deck that in New Jersey. “This is what defines the premium'work-live-play' experience that transit-oriented communitiesshould offer.”

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