The Villas at Fairway by Edgewood Properties, an upscale 432 unit residential community in Piscataway, New Jersey recently selected mem property management, a top-rated New Jersey property management company, to manage its upscale condo and townhome residences.
“We are excited to be chosen as the new property manager for The Villas at Fairway, a premier residential community that enjoys a well-deserved reputation for its convenient location and luxurious residences, perfectly suited for commuters, professionals, first time homeowners, couples and families,” says Martin Laderman, founder and CEO of mem property management corp, “we look forward to working with the board and further improving the impressive array of services and amenities available to residents.” Association Advisors
The Villas at Fairway feature luxurious three bedroom townhouses and spacious one and two bedroom garden homes, with lofty ceilings, private patios and balconies, central air-conditioning, luxurious master suites, large walk-in closets, spacious master baths and deluxe kitchens with high quality finishes sought after by today’s discerning homeowners.
In addition to the impressive interiors and quality construction, residents choose The Villas at Fairway because of the community’s close proximity to the Edison train station and Rutgers University, a magnificent clubhouse, outdoor resort style swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and an impressive garden entrance, set in a park-like setting with professionally-landscaped grounds.
In addition to its location less than a mile away from the Edison train station, The Villas at Fairway offer outstanding accessibility to New York City, Princeton, Trenton, and Philadelphia via major highways, including Routes I-287, 1, 27, 22, New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway.
“In 2014, Money magazine ranked Piscataway 27th out of top 50 places to live in America. When I visited The Villas at Fairway, toured the well-appointed grounds and met the friendly neighbors who call this township home, I knew exactly why,” says Laderman.