NEARLY 400 PEOPLE TURNED OUT FOR THE 40 PARK-SPONSORED “MAGIC OF MORRISTOWN”

Guests enjoyed horse-drawn carriage rides throughout the streets of downtown Morristown.

Guests enjoyed horse-drawn carriage rides throughout the streets of downtown Morristown.

MORRISTOWN, N.J – In a scene further validating Morristown’s wide-spread appeal and defiance of the real estate slowdown that has affected other parts of the state, nearly 400 people turned out recently for a four-hour event to enjoy the area’s charming downtown atmosphere and learn more about its most successful new luxury condominium community.

The crowd of people gathered at the sales center for 40 Park, the upscale residential building rising along the Morristown Green in the center of town, where they enjoyed gourmet food & drinks including chocolate strawberries and truffles from local favorite, Enjou Chocalat. 

A strolling magician dazzled onlookers of all ages with his sleight of hand, while Raven the roving Psychic focused her talents on palms, entertaining guests with fun and light-hearted readings.

Clearly, the highlights of the event were the three horse-drawn carriages which took excited guests through the streets of Morristown, around the famous Green and past 40 Park where they viewed the considerable construction progress of the seven-story building which features 74 luxury condominium homes. 

“It was a remarkable turn-out that spoke volumes about the enormous appeal of Morristown and the continued interest in living in the heart of this downtown setting where numerous cultural attractions, great shops, restaurants and theaters and mass transportation options are all just steps away,” notes Debra Tantleff, a Vice President at Roseland Property Company, which is developing 40 Park in joint venture with Woodmont Properties.  

“The event was a fantastic way to experience that sought-after lifestyle first-hand.”

While many of 40 Park’s buyers were on hand to mingle with their future neighbors, most of the guests were new visitors to the Sales Center who came to learn more about the new residential development.

“There was a heavy flow of people throughout the day as many people stayed for hours while new guests continued to arrive,” notes Tom Jablonski, vice president of sales and marketing at 40 Park.  “The energy was terrific and very positive as everyone seemed to share a common appreciation for the area and our building.”

40 Park features 74 luxury condominium residences, including a wide variety of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes priced from the low-$500,000s to more than $1 million for the Signature Residences and from $1.3 million to $2.2 million for the penthouses.  The penthouses will include extremely large private terraces of up to 1,800 square feet of desirable outdoor space. 

Found throughout the homes, depending on the plan, are such upscale features and appointments as 9’-plus ceiling heights, cherry or walnut  wood floors in living areas, spacious kitchens with granite countertops and KitchenAid® stainless-steel appliances, polished marble floors and countertops with undermount sinks in the master and secondary baths, and balconies with decorative railings and architectural bay windows.

Residents also enjoy a number of private recreational amenities located within the building including the elegantly-designed Park Center which features a lounge area with a fireplace, big screen TV, billiards table and a catering kitchen.  There’s also a fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.

For more information on 40 Park, please call (973-359-0010), or visit the website at www.40park.com.  The community’s Sales Center is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is located at 20 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960.

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