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Hampshire Cos. Cuts Ribbon on Morristown Apartments

Executives from The Hampshire Companies, Sharp Management and RHO were joined by Morristown Mayor Timothy Dougherty and town officials to celebrate the ribbon cutting for Max on Morris, Morristown, NJ’s newest luxury multifamily community located at 175 Morris St. 

The property’s 85 studio, one and two-bedroom residences are pet friendly and feature in-unit washers and dryers, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes and luxury plank flooring throughout with kitchen islands available in select residences. The community also provides four affordable residences and 14 supportive housing units designed for residents with special needs.

“We are thrilled to celebrate the opening of Max on Morris as it offers a vision for inclusive multifamily design built around how everyone lives, works and plays today,” said James E. Hanson, president and CEO of The Hampshire Companies. “Beyond our robust amenity package, innovative design and unmatched location, Max on Morris’ supportive housing will allow us to help individuals with special needs experience all that Morristown has to offer.”


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