create your own heritage
Vibrant modern living with an intriguing historic soul
Built with pride and passion, The Heritage at Claremont will showcase the legacy of the past with today’s most advanced and sophisticated systems. Designed by renowned architect Jeffrey Beer with historical consultation oversight by local architect Dan Lincoln, and masterfully constructed by NGC Development, the 20 luxury residences will provide:
• Grand Exteriors • Luxurious Interiors • High Performance Energy Efficiency • Individualized selections
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A composition of timeless lines, beautiful materials, meticulous finishes, custom woodwork, designer appliances and light-filled spaces define The Heritage at Claremont. The exclusive site is situated in elegant Bernardsville, which offers easy access to championship golf courses, equestrian facilities, destination restaurants, and an easy commute to New York City, Newark Airport and all the major highways.
Surrounding the residences at The Heritage is a beautiful park-like setting designed by Gladstone Design and Bosenberg Landscape Architecture. Professional designers offer the opportunity to fashion your own masterpiece with individualized selections and a variety of choices.
The Heritage at Claremont features twenty luxury residences in The Great Hall and The Collection designed by renowned architect Jeffery Beer. Dan Lincoln, historical architect and consultant, brings a gracious and refined sensibility to the entire creation. The exceptional residences will be constructed by NGC Development.
The Collection is a limited selection of sixteen additional luxury residences.
The residences showcase the legacy of the past combined with the innovation of the future.
The Great Hall, originally designed by the famous architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, will experience a rebirth to include four luxurious residences. Hardenbergh, a past resident of Bernardsville, is best known for some of Manhattan’s most luxurious structures, such as: The Dakota, The Plaza Hotel, and the original Waldorf Astoria.