Thursday, March 31, 2016

Luxury Apartments Spotlight: Park Lane In Cherry Hill, NJ

If you have been hunting for luxury apartments in New Jersey, your search is over because the apartments at Park Lane will give you everything you've ever wanted plus more. Conveniently located in the heart of Cherry Hill, the luxury apartments at Park Lane provide residents with resort-style amenities, high-end finishes and spacious floorplans that will give you the lifestyle you've always wanted. Combine that with a prime location that's adjacent to one of the largest shopping destinations in South Jersey and easy access to public transportation…you couldn't live in a better place! Read on to learn more about the luxury apartments at Park Lane.

Your Exclusive Community Resort
Park Lane luxury apartments are a part of the exclusive and private residential community known as Garden State Park, which has been designed to provide amenities that rival those found at five-star resorts. Adding to that concept, this luxuriously private community adds the comforts and conveniences of home. The community features an envy-inducing clubhouse that includes:
  • Wall Street-inspired business center that boasts an extensive library
  • Professional-grade billiards hall for entertainment
  • Resort-style swimming pool
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • HD media room
  • Recreational park with tennis courts
  • Outdoor gourmet grilling and chilling area
  • 44 acres of preserved open space with walking trails and gorgeous landscaping

Your New Luxury Apartment
The luxury apartments at Park Lane feature high-end finishes like granite countertops, designer fixtures, stainless steel appliances and so much more. In the gourmet kitchen, you'll be pleased to come across the deluxe cabinetry and full sized appliances like a side-by-side refrigerator, a dishwasher and an over-the-stove microwave – leaving you with plenty of counter space to prepare meals. Additionally, the kitchen walls boast an attractive backsplash that complements the countertops.

The floorplan is open from the kitchen, so you will have a direct view into the dining area and living space, which provides you with the ultimate set up for entertaining guests.
  • One bedroom floorplans boast an impressive 810 sq. ft. to 1,000 sq. ft.
  • Two bedroom apartments range from 1,149 sq. ft. to 1,462 sq. ft.
  • Select apartments include an balcony/patio overlooking the luxurious community
Regardless of the floorplan you choose, you'll have access to your very own full-sized washer and dryer. On top of that, the bathrooms feature the same luxurious finishes like high-end fixtures and granite countertops. Additionally, each luxury apartment has an independently controlled energy-efficient HVAC system that'll keep your apartment comfortable all-year-round without high utility bills. Speaking of energy efficiency, the apartments were constructed with energy-efficient windows and high-R valued wall/ceiling insulation to maximize efficiency.

Every bedroom features luxurious wall-to-wall carpeting and a large walk-in closet that'll be more than enough space for even the biggest clothing collection. You'll no longer have to dream about living in a luxury apartment in New Jersey because you have the chance to wake up in one every day at Park Lane!

Market Place & Towne Place At Garden State Park
Adjacent to your luxury apartment community, you'll be impressed with the number of boutiques, brand name retailers and restaurants that are right next door. Simply take a stroll or jump in the car and you'll immediately find your way to the Market Place and Towne Place shopping plazas that are filled with high-end retailers, grocery stores and much more.

Beyond those conveniences, Cherry Hill is the ultimate shopping destination as it features one of the largest malls in the state and has many other retailers, dining options and entertainment venues spread throughout the town.

Are you ready to move into the best luxury apartments in New Jersey? Add Park Lane to the top of your home hunting list and contact Edgewood Properties at 732-985-1900 to learn more about this luxurious community. 

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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Spring Into Action: 10 Things To Do After Moving

The spring is one of the best times of the year to move, especially if you get it done before the busiest moving period of the year, which typically is between Memorial Day and Labor Day. When you plan a home search and move before the end of May, you will have more housing options on the market before the competition begins to heat up. If you find a new property during this optimal time period, as you pack up your belongings and get the keys to your new home, there are a few things you need to do right after you move into your new residence that will provide peace-of-mind for years to come!

1. Take Pictures
Whether you are buying a new home or have locked down an awesome rental on one of the many luxury apartments in New Jersey, you should immediately take pictures as soon as you have your keys. Pictures of the bare floors and empty rooms are essential for many reasons. As a renter, the pictures can serve as a vital tool to get your security deposit back later down the road. As a homeowner (and a renter), the pictures can be used as documentation if the movers scratched the floors or accidently put a hole in the wall. The gallery of pictures can help you point out damage and get money for the repairs from the moving company.

2. Get Utilities Set Up
Unless you are living off the grid, you probably want to make sure you have water, electricity and gas up and running as soon as you move in. Call the utility providers to get everything hooked up! 

3. Inspect Your Belongings
As mentioned above, you may have hired a moving company to pack or move your belongings; if so, you only have a limited amount of time to report any damaged or missing items. Read your contract from the moving company and review the liability coverage, because they could owe you a replacement or reimbursement in the event something is broken or missing.

4. Swap Out Locks
Homeowners and renters should swap out their locks or request new ones from their property manager as soon as they move in. You probably don’t know who previously had keys to your new place, and no one likes that lingering thought of who else may have a copy. Instead, get some peace-of-mind and have them changed immediately for safety and security reasons.

5. Paint Before You Unpack Everything
Even if you move into a new construction home or luxury apartment that has some gorgeous features, you may feel inclined to add some of your personality into the space by painting the walls. With that in mind, consider painting before you are fully unpacked because the longer you wait, the harder it will become. Moving heavy furniture or working around big and bulky pieces can be tough, so try and get it done before everything is settled in place.

6. Note The Trash Pick-up Schedule
All those moving boxes are going to need to find their way to the garbage or recycling bin once you have everything unpacked. Determine the trash pick-up schedule because it'll make your life easier and clutter-free when you can get rid of all those empty boxes. Ask your landlord, check with the Homeowners’ Association or simply ask a neighbor so you don't have piles of cardboard lying around for too long.

7.  Update You License
Whether you moved from another state, or simply moved down the street, it is important to update your license or ID to match your new address. Call the local motor vehicle office for specific details about the process because there are certain documents you'll need to prove your residency for an updated address. Additionally, have all of your mail forwarded to your new address from the U.S. post office until you update all of your mailing addresses (bills, magazine subscriptions, etc.).

8. Update Vehicle Registration
Depending on the state rules, you may have a certain window of time to update your vehicle registration information. Since you'll be at the motor vehicle office for your new license, you might as well get it all done in one visit. After you vehicle registration has the new address, call your insurance company to provide them with the updated address.

9. Check Credit Reports
As soon as you move, your credit reports are typically accessed and you will want to check them a few months after you have settled in. This is because they will include your address and you want to make sure the newly listed address is accurate. If the credit report doesn't have it doesn't have it down correctly, just give that bureau a call and update it accordingly.

10. Update Voter Information

Just like above with updating your license/ID, you want to make sure your voter information is up-to-date because sooner or later, you'll want to exercise your right to vote. Whether you want to vote in the upcoming presidential election or simply want to weigh in on the local school board, make sure you are registered in your new town and your voter ID card has your new address. 

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