American Properties Announces New Affordable Condominiums at its Luxury Community, The Jefferson, in Ewing, N.J.

American Properties, an award winning, family-owned, New Jersey-focused, LEED certified home builder, announces the availability of new, affordable units at its luxury condominium community, The Jefferson, in Ewing, N.J. Located conveniently in Mercer County, The Jefferson offers qualified applicants whose combined income meets affordable housing criteria brand new construction attractively priced from $90,299 to $163,959. Interested buyers are encouraged to apply with Piazza & Associates Inc., at www.housingquest.com, to determine their eligibility for the available income-restricted units.


“We are offering a minimum number of these units so buyers are encouraged to determine their eligibility quickly to take advantage of luxury, maintenance free living,” said Paul Csik, Senior Vice President of American Properties. “This is a great opportunity to join an active, friendly, community in safe and serene neighborhood.”


The Jefferson boasts nine-foot ceilings, private balcony or terrace, and access to the community gym, pool and clubhouse, which is host to the frequent community events, celebrations and gatherings that give The Jefferson its distinct neighborhood feel.  Great floor plans still remain, ranging from two and three bedroom units. All models feature a dishwasher, refrigerator and gas range, to satisfy quick move-in needs.


Conveniently located in Ewing, nearby Princeton and Trenton, The Jefferson offers close proximity to major area highways, including Interstates 295, 95, and 195, mass transit, and prominent New Jersey colleges with easy access to the Pennsylvania and New Jersey metro areas.


Potential buyers are encouraged to contact a sales representative at 609-434-1191 to learn more about the affordable units and to take advantage of current offers.  Additional information can also be found at www.americanproperties.net or by emailing ewing@housingquest.com. 


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