The Route 1 corridor in central New Jersey was once an industrial powerhouse, what with both GM and Ford assembly plants and the associated support businesses, not to mention the original laboratory of one Thomas Alva Edison. The factories were shut years ago. Now, the area is getting a makeover. Pulte Homes is working on phase 1.
NORTH BRUNSWICK – Construction of a massive Route 1 transit-oriented mixed use development, that aims to create a downtown center in the township, is on track and moving full speed ahead for a completion date in 2026..
The new transit village, Main Street North Brunswick, which has been in the works for almost a decade, will soon be home to several new businesses and a new downtown neighborhood. The new additions, which are part of the first phase of the project, will join Costco and Target, which have already opened at the site.
Construction of The Heights at Main Street, which is the first section of town homes residences available at the transit village, has begun.
Offered by Pulte Homes, the four-story, 158 luxury town-home community will feature two and three bedrooms, two to four full baths and one to three half baths. The 2,198 to 2,609 plus square foot town homes, each with a private two-car garage, will come at a starting price of about $554,000.
According to Pulte Homes, 40 residences have been sold and the first tenants are expected to move in this year.