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Cove on the Bay, a new luxury rental community in Keansburg, NJ, is now leasing.

Cove on the Bay is the heart of Keansburg’s revitalization  

RPM Development Group’s newest rental community offers luxury and income-qualified apartments in Keansburg, NJ.

KEANSBURG, NJ – The landscape has changed dramatically over the last few years. What was old is new. Empty homes have been restored. Businesses reborn. The future of Keansburg, New Jersey is inspired by great opportunity that has risen from a tattered and torn past.

The city by the sea was battered by Superstorm Sandy, but Keansburg’s status was declining well before the storm made landfall. Since 2012, many opportunities have risen in what
RealtyTrac once named “the number one bargain beach town in the country.” But that title will not hold weight for much longer as Keansburg, New Jersey rises to the top of the real estate market.

“Home to the oldest amusement park in the state and two miles of beach with views of the Manhattan skyline, Keansburg has a small town feel and big-time potential,” according to Gillian Blair of

Today, this small Bayshore community is bustling with redevelopment. And at the heart of that development is Cove on the Bay, a new rental community from RPM Development group that features 184 luxury- and income-qualified apartments above retail shops on the street level. “The community response to Cove on the Bay has been overwhelmingly positive and we are so excited to welcome our first residents,” said Brian Saft, Director of Residential Leasing for RPM Development Group.

Now open for immediate occupancy, Cove on the Bay boasts a “Live. Play. Stay.” mantra with onsite parking and a host of amenities such as a resident lounge with scheduled activities and events. There is also a Fitness Studio with Fitness On Demand; a waterfront sun deck; electronic card access; bike storage; central laundry facilities (in addition to washers/dryers included in market units); energy efficient green living, and duplex penthouses with private rooftop terraces.

Cove on the Bay offers luxury one- and two-bedroom residences, as well as penthouse duplexes. One-bedroom pricing with one-month free (net effective) from $1,570-$2,100 per month. Two-bedroom pricing with one-month free (net effective) from $1,788-$2,100.  Penthouse duplex: Please call for pricing. Applications are also being accepted for two- and three-bedroom income-qualified apartments (maximum income limits apply).

The community is convenient to shopping, dining and recreational destinations. “Retail shops and onsite amenities bring convenience even closer to home for residents,” said Saft. “We are also just steps away from the newly renovated Baywalk Boardwalk.”

Other recreational destinations in close proximity include Sandy Hook Beach and Recreation area, Cheesequake State Park and Keansburg Fishing Pier. The community is also in walking distance to family-friendly destinations like Keansburg Amusement Park, Runaway Rapids Waterpark and Hole In One Miniature Golf.

Cove on the Bay, located at 250 Beachway Avenue in Keansburg, NJ 07734, is near Route 35, the Garden State Parkway and I-95.  It is also near the NJ Transit® Hazlet Station with direct access to NYC. The Sea Streak Ferry Terminal at Highlands is only 20 minutes away and offers 40-minute service to Wall Street and 60-minute service to East 35th Street. NY Waterways Terminal (Belford/Harbor Way) is only 12 minutes away with 45-65-minute service to Midtown/W. 39th Street and 40-55-minute service to Pier 11/Wall Street.

To schedule a VIP tour of all available homes, call 732-820-4521 or email [email protected]. Model tours are also available during our open house days: Wednesdays from 5pm to 7pm, Fridays from 12pm to 2pm and Saturdays from 11am to 1pm. To learn more, visit

Founded in 1986, RPM Development Group is one of the leading developers of housing in New Jersey. Our company has developed residential communities that are home to thousands of New Jerseyans and represent hundreds of millions of dollars in community investment across the state. Work includes new construction of underutilized land, the adaptive reuse of industrial properties, the restoration of historic buildings and multi-phase initiatives to increase affordable housing options in urban and suburban communities. To learn more, visit