VIP List Forming for the Opportunity to Purchase at Pre-Construction Prices
OLD BRIDGE, N.J., April 30, 2013 — A highly-anticipated community of 34 single-family homes will soon break ground in the pleasant Middlesex County township of Old Bridge, NJ.
Construction will begin this June on Carriage Park at Old Bridge, the latest residential offering from national home builder Lennar. Carriage Park will provide new home buyers the opportunity to own a beautiful, new-construction home in a peaceful corner of a community previously described by Money Magazine as one of the “best places to live” in the country.
Lennar will introduce the new community during a special VIP Opening Weekend in June to prospective buyers who have signed up for the VIP list. Those buyers will have the opportunity to purchase homes at pre-construction prices starting from the low-$400,000s.
Interested buyers can receive an invitation to the VIP event by contacting Internet New Home Consultant Iris Barrios at 609-349-8258. Exact floor plans and elevations will be unveiled at the event.
“Today’s buyers are looking for homes that offer quality, convenience and comfort at an exceptional value,” said Don Bompensa, President of Lennar’s New Jersey Division. “Carriage Park will deliver on all of those points. Homeowners will enjoy living in a community known for its charming suburban character, in a location that is also commuter friendly. And thanks to our unrivaled Everything’s Included program, each home will offer the most desirable features and upgrades, all included in the purchase price.”
Located on Matchaponix Road in old bridge, Carriage Park is just minutes from Route 9, Route 18, the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. NJ Transit bus service to Manhattan is available at a number of locations throughout the township. Retail and restaurants are abundant in the area, with a healthy mix of local businesses, upscale regional retailers and national brand name stores. Numerous recreational opportunities are available nearby, including township-operated athletic facilities such as tennis courts and ball fields. Some of New Jersey’s most popular beaches are about a 30 minute drive away.