James Street Commons is a condo community located on Leva Drive in Morris Township in Morris County, NJ. There are approximately 64 units in the complex which was built between 1989 and 1993. The community has 4 buildings total, of which, 3 (B,C,D) feature a common secured lobby and basement parking garage with elevator access to the floors above. Building A has assigned parking outside. James Street Commons offers 2-3 bedroom condos with 2 or 2.5 bathrooms. Some of the units are ranch-style with single-floor living. Some are multi-level with lofts. The condos range in size from approximately 1,100 to 1,800 square foot. The development is a condominium or condo association. As of the year 2017, Taylor Management was employed by the residents. The monthly association fee was approximately $402 and includes exterior building maintenance, common area maintenance, landscaping, and snow removal. James Street Commons is located in Morris Township and has a Morristown (07960) mailing address.
James Street Commons condos are located just off James Street on Leva Drive. James Street Commons Map
The community is located close to Interstate 287 which runs north-south through Morris County and provides an easy connection to major east-west routes including Interstate 80, 280, and NJ Route 24. The Morristown Train Station offers direct service to Hoboken or NY Penn Station on the NJ Transit Morristown Line. Passengers who take the Hoboken train can switch to the PATH to reach NYC. Passengers who take the Midtown Direct train will arrive at NY Penn Station in about 60 minutes. Passengers can transfer at Newark Broad Street or Summit to reach the other destination if necessary. The Morristown Train Station is located approximately 1.6 miles away from the complex.
The Morris School District is a regional public school district that serves the communities of Morristown and Morris Township (for grades K-12), along with students of Morris Plains for grades 9-12 only. Public schools for residents include: Woodland (K-2), Thomas Jefferson (3-5), Frelinghuysen (6-8), and Morristown High (9-12).
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