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The long-vacant Calaloo Cafe on South Street, known for its patio adorned with palm trees, will be replaced by a new restaurants topped by 30 apartments mostly served by underground parking.
Now is the time for stylish apartments in downtown Morristown. After all, the neighborhood has expanded in the past few years with galleries, restaurants and boutiques. This very cool historic town -- twice headquarters to Washington during the Revolutionary War and where Morse perfected the telegraph -- is going through a modern day renaissance. Modera 44 started as an idea to take the classic elements of New England architecture and then turn the concept inside-out on the inside.
The Metropolitan at 40 Park is a meticulous apartment home community on the historic Morristown Green. Seemingly endless entertainment, dining and cultural opportunities are all around with the Morristown Lafayette Train Station within walking distance and the Midtown Direct line offering direct service to Penn Station.
Elegant meets effortless at Modera 55, where east access to transit and buzzworthy dining options combine with fashionable-appointed floor plans and standout community amenities. Outfitted with gorgeous finishes and resort-style social spaces, Modera 55's smartly-designed Morristown apartments will ensure you and your home are always in style.
Just over 40 miles from New York City, Morristown New Jersey has been endorsing incredible growth. MHS Architects has always recognized Morristown's potential as a transit-oriented community with its direct train service to New York City. MHS Architect's efforts of bringing downtowns back to small towns, design, and planning for transit-oriented small growth developments, and the critical trend of implementing green, sustainable architecture have all played a part in Morristown's development.
The District at 1515 is an exciting new mixed-use project strategically located in Morris County, New Jersey. The project has 1,000 linear feet of frontage along Route 10, which carries more than 60,000 vehicles per day past the site. The property is bordered to the east and west by Interstate 287 and Route 202, respectively, giving it exceptional access and visibility within the region.