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Larken Associates Extends Rental Deals at Delaware Crossing to End of February

Delaware Crossing

LOPATCONG, NJ | 01/07/2013

The developer has almost completed construction on 20 additional homes at the community featuring single-family ranch and two-story homes starting at $1,495 to rent and $249,990 to own. All homes boast two bedrooms, high-end finishes, spacious bedrooms and closets, attached 10’ by 12’ patios and two-car garages.

“These homes won’t be available for occupancy until March but we’ve already pre-leased and taken sales binders for almost half of them,” said Sue Livingstone, sales and leasing manager for the community.

In addition to the great personal space, the development offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, a heated pool open between Memorial and Labor Days, whirlpool, builder-sponsored parties and events, weekly card games, bowling outings and tennis and bocci tournaments.

“You really can’t get a new home with this many upgrades and amenities anywhere near here for this price,” said Livingstone.

Delaware Crossing is a pet-friendly community in a great location close to dining, shopping, casinos, and healthcare facilities, and easily accessible to major arteries to get to Philadelphia or New York City within 60 minutes.

Horizons at Delaware Crossing is a collection of single-family attached homes for active adults. Homes at the community offer two bedrooms, two baths in ranch designs and 2.5 baths in two-story designs, kitchen and laundry appliance packages and two-car garages. Sales at the community start at $249,990 and rentals begin at $1,495. For additional information please call 908.454.2267 or log onto www.DelawareCrossingActiveAdultsNJ.com

About Larken Associates
A two-generation, family-owned business since 1965, Larken Associates is widely-recognized as one of the region’s fastest growing, well-respected area builders. Based in Hillsborough, NJ, Larken has been responsible for developing prominent residential and commercial projects throughout the Tri-State area.

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