In the age of social distancing, established industries are finding virtual alternatives to business-as-usual. Vermella Union, an apartment building in Union, NJ, is finding creative new ways to keep real estate moving.
Russo Development, the group behind Vermella Union, is a New Jersey real estate company with properties across the state. At Vermella Union, the company has engineered ways to continue tours and leasing even in lockdown.
Because of social distancing, those looking to make Vermella Union home can easily access virtual tours of available units. These include both video conferencing tours and virtual films guiding visitors through, one room at a time.
Leasing an apartment is still easy, with application materials available on the property’s website. Need to ask a question? Interested renters can schedule a video call with leasing agents and property managers to talk things over.
Whether you’re moving in or out, management says they’re committed to safety during coronavirus.
“We are very sensitive to the need to adapt to the circumstances presented by COVID-19…” said Adam Pasternack, president of Russo Property Management. “While taking all due precautions, we are continuing our leasing operation virtually and providing safe processes during relocations.”
Vermella Union plans to include 1,250 apartments by the end of construction. In addition to being walking distance from Kean University, it is also conveniently located across the street from Union Station.
To learn more about Vermella Union, be sure to visit their website.
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