A chance to live in a luxury High rise in Fort Lee. Simple renovations are needed to this studio that overlooks Constitution Park. Enjoy the amenities of Mediterranean North;24 hour doorman and security, tennis, pool, gym, community room and playgrounds. Maintenance includes; taxes, gas, water, heat, A/C, cable and common area. On floor laundry room and storage cages are available. Parking is assigned after closing. $70 a month for inside and $55 outside. Free shuttle for Columbia Presbyterian employees across the street. Close to GWB and NJ highways. Near restaurants and shopping.
Fort Lee, NJ:
Close to the City, but With a Life of Its Own
Fort Lee has the suburban feel of a New Jersey town with the ethnic diversity of a New York City neighborhood. Some residents call it the city’s sixth borough. Kenneth Kang, 26, said proximity to Midtown Manhattan, where he works in finance, was the main reason he bought a one-bedroom condominium here. Another factor was the area’s cultural diversity.
According to the 2010 census, 38.4 percent of Fort Lee’s population is Asian. Nearly a quarter of the residents are Korean. Along Main Street, a hardware store and pharmacy share space with a Chinese restaurant, a new Korean chicken place and an Asian bakery. In the Linwood Plaza strip mall, space formerly filled by a Kings supermarket now holds a Korean Super H Mart.
By Vera Haller
The New York Times
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