Ocean Gate, a striking collection of brand-new luxury apartments, has opened in Long Branch, delivering an exceptional resort lifestyle enriched with state-of-the-art amenities, inspired living spaces and easy beach access.
Located at 30 Ocean Blvd. in a coastal setting just moments from numerous eateries, quaint shops, parks and the Jersey Shore, Ocean Gate features 170 open residences with luxurious style. The homes are spread throughout two midrise buildings designed by Monteforte Architectural Studio LLC, complemented by an array of lifestyle amenities that blur the lines between everyday ease and “staycation” indulgences.
The community debuts with a variety of layouts, including one-bedrooms, some with a powder room, and two- and three-bedroom residences. Select homes offer an additional loft and private outdoor space. Monthly rents start from the low $3,000s, including limited-time grand opening incentives of up to two months free on select homes. Immediate occupancy is available.
“We are excited to introduce Ocean Gate to the Long Branch community and beyond,” Steven Silverman, partner of Ocean Cooper Revitalization LLC, Ocean Gate’s developer, said. “This stunning property represents a vision of beach living that blends architectural excellence, modern interiors and a harmonious blend with nature. Ocean Gate is not just a place to live; it’s an invitation to experience the coastal dream. We’re proud to bring this extraordinary community to life.”
Each Ocean Gate residence is designed to elevate the living experience. With 9-foot ceilings, luxury plank flooring, custom modular closets and complimentary window treatments, the homes offer both style and functionality. In-home washers and dryers and central air add to the convenience, while select residences offer private outdoor spaces perfect for savoring the coastal breeze and picturesque views.
The kitchens at Ocean Gate feature stainless steel appliances, a gas range and side-by-side refrigerator, white quartz countertops, full-height tiled backsplashes and soft-close cabinetry, making every meal preparation a pleasure. Bathrooms are adorned with white quartz countertops, porcelain tile floors, full-height tiled walls and soft-close cabinetry, ensuring every aspect of one’s daily routine exudes comfort and sophistication.
Luxury living extends beyond the homes at Ocean Gate with an array of lifestyle amenities. The outdoor resort-style escapes include a heated pool and sundeck, Tiki bar, cabanas, lounge seating, firepits, private barbecue and dining areas, and a movie wall. Residents can also take advantage of complimentary beach chair concierge service during the summer months.
An expansive clubhouse features a resident lounge, party room with catering kitchen, coworking spaces, game room, children’s playroom and more. Staying active couldn’t be easier in the state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga room, dedicated spin room and on the pickleball and volleyball courts. Convenient perks include a package room, resident and bike storage, garage parking, electric charging stations and a dog run for the community’s four-legged residents.
“Ocean Gate is a remarkable addition to Long Branch, offering residents an opportunity to immerse themselves in a beach sanctuary for both year-round living and seasonal retreats,” Jacqueline Urgo, president of the Marketing Directors, the community’s marketing and exclusive leasing agent, said. “The property’s location is close enough to the best dining, shops and entertainment, but removed enough to provide a desired level of coastal tranquility.”
Ocean Gate enjoys a prime location that’s in close proximity to Pier Village, a vibrant Victorian-inspired oceanfront village with a boardwalk, boutique shops and plenty of dining options. Manhattan is just a ferry ride or train ride away for residents, with SeaStreak operating commuter ferries out of the nearby town of Highlands daily, and New Jersey Transit rail service to Manhattan available via the Long Branch train station.
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Author: Linda Lindner