The ribbon is cut and new residents have already started moving into The Reserve at Hudson Crossing, the luxury apartment community overlooking Hudson Crossing Park and the Fox River in downtown Oswego.
When fully complete, the Reserve at Hudson Crossing will include 280 apartments in two six-story buildings, plus nearly 10,000 square feet of commercial, restaurant, and retail space. Studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments are available with monthly rents ranging from $1,090 to $2,290.
In addition, the development includes two levels of enclosed heated parking decks which will serve residents and provide free public parking for shoppers and diners in downtown Oswego. The parking decks are anticipated to open to the public this spring.
New residents will enjoy apartments featuring high-speed fiber connections, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, in-unit washers and dryers, and balconies or private patios. The Reserve at Hudson Crossing is a pet-friendly community and features a fitness center, entertainment area, outdoor pool, fire pits, grilling stations and a beautifully landscaped courtyard. The first residents moved in on February 5.
The Reserve at Hudson Crossing is just one piece in of that newly revitalized downtown Oswego. Only a couple blocks away, new restaurant 113 Main opened its doors in December and offers an eclectic American menu of burgers, steaks, tacos and craft cocktails. Directly across Washington Street from the Reserve, new Mexican restaurant La Marimba is expected to open its doors within weeks. Also on the horizon is a permanent restaurant location for popular food truck Freddie’s off the Chain, plus several improvements on Washington Street designed to increase pedestrian safety.
On-site leasing for The Reserve at Hudson Crossing is located at 77 S. Adams Street. Visit www.shodeen.com for more information.
For retail, commercial, or restaurant opportunities, call Dan Meisinger at 630-774-8553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.