Nearly half of the homeowners at Trio in Bergen County’s Palisades Park are young families, joining the growing trend of couples with children opting to stave off the traditional migration to suburban single-family homes and choosing instead to reside in full-service high-rise condominiums.
46% of the residents at the two nine-story buildings located near the George Washington Bridge are young families, according to The Marketing Directors, exclusive marketing and sales agent for Trio. The high percentage is a testament to the building’s great commutability to work centers in Manhattan, child-friendly atmosphere and spacious homes – all attributes today’s parents seek.
“Young parents want to be able to enjoy time with their children and a condominium building allows them the freedom and flexibility to savor all the moments,” says Brandon Ochs, Sales Representative for The Marketing Directors. “Our location near New York City eliminates unnecessary weekly hours commuting to work and our maintenance-free environment rids the worry and time it takes to upkeep a single-family home.
“The building itself is perfect for families with large floorplans that provide plenty of room to grow, an on-site concierge that handles daily tasks and service requests and recreational and social amenities geared to both children and adults.” Continue reading