MORRISTOWN, NJ—As tenants are expected to begin moving into Mill Creek Residential Trust’s Modera 44, a new luxury apartmen t community,today, a Mill Creek executive tells exclusively that the development proves that rental developments can benefit a community when executed properly.   The firm held a ribbon cutting with township officials earlier this week.

In an exclusive interview with on the eve of the move-ins, Richard G. Murphy, managing director of the northeast division of Mill Creek, described the firm’s six year involvement with development of the Modera 44 site, on property formerly occupied by Morristown’s public works department.

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