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New Brunswick Sees Opening Of New Rental Apartment Development

After construction was completed in the beginning of 2016, the Quincy is now finally opening it doors to the public. The latest development in the city of New Brunswick offers people the chance to rent a studio apartment, one bedroom apartment and two bedroom apartment. The Quincy, according to the development’s official site is a luxury development that offers residents easy access to public transportation and the restaurants and nightlife of New Brunswick.


Amenities at the Quincy include a rooftop pool and lounge, gym, studio exercise room, community room and indoor garage parking. The development is located at 120 Nielsen Street. It is a pet friendly community that has a dog park and obstacle course for pet owners. For more information on the Quincy or to schedule a visit you can contact the leasing office of the property by calling 732.284.4040 or sending a message to [email protected] Alliance Residential Company manages the property. Their leasing office for the Quincy is found at 303 George Street, Suite 102 New Brunswick, New Jersey which is in a different building than the actual apartments of the development.


Pizza Delivery Man Robbery And Shooting Incident Involving The Quincy Name


Investigators found bullet casings by one of the buildings at the New Brunswick Apartments. A suspect wearing a hoodie was reported to have fled the scene after firing a gun. He has not been caught or identified by police. He was last seen heading towards the Quincy apartments on Nielsen Street as he fled the scene.


A group of criminals robbed a delivery driver who received an order to deliver pizzas to an address located at Quincy Circle in Dayton, New Jersey. The perpetrators of the crime were found a year later thanks to detective work that traced the phone call to the criminals who robbed the delivery driver. The leader of the group, named, Parysh Wood was already in jail when police uncovered that he was behind the November 30, 2020 robbery at Quincy Circle.