The Quincy is a rental apartment development that was constructed in 2016. It is located in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey. Studio, one and two bedroom apartment units are currently available for leasing at The Quincy.
Inside the studios and apartments at The Quincy, you will find modern decor, appliances and design. This includes brand new stainless steel appliances such as a refrigerator and built in microwave in the kitchen. Natural gray stone counter tops are another highlight of the kitchen.
Woof flooring is found throughout the unit except in the kitchen and bathrooms which have tiled flooring. There is a washer and dryer connection to hook up a washing machine and dryer. Designer fixtures in the bathrooms give an elegant and modern feel.
Amenities at The Quincy include indoor garage parking for all residents. A rooftop pool is open during the summer for relaxation. The Quincy also features a fitness center, lounge, BBQ grills and community rooms. Pets are welcome at The Quincy.
The Quincy’s address is 120 Nielson Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901. The leasing and management office is found in a separate building a block away at 303 George St., Suite 102 New Brunswick NJ 08901. You can reach the leasing office by calling 732.284.4040 or by email at [email protected] The leasing office is open weekdays only from 9 in the morning to six in the afternoon.
Shooting At New Brunswick Apartments Leaves One Man Injured
The New Brunswick Apartments have seen an increase in crime lately according to the New Brunswick, New Jersey police department. A minor incident took place on the night of October 5th, 2015. Police received reports that a man wearing a hoodie began shooting at another man living in the complex.
The suspect who was believed to have shot the resident ran away and headed towards Nielsen Street from Commercial Avenue when police started to arrive at the scene. The man who was injured received a minor wound and is expected to be okay. This shooting occurred at 33 Commercial Avenue at the New Brunswick Apartments.
Dayton, New Jersey Pizza Robbery Suspects Caught By Police
Several police departments in conjunction with the Middlesex County Sheriff’s department have successfully traced a pizza delivery driver robbery in Dayton, New Jersey to a man known as P-Gun on the streets. They used cell phone records to determine who made the call to order the pizza, before robbing the driver while threatening him at gunpoint. P-Gun and his accomplices are now serving multiple year sentences in Middlesex County Jail.