This exceptional unit has 12 foot ceiling height and nearly 1,300 square foot, which makes this unit the largest 2 bedroom apartment in the building, with north orientation and partial Delaware River views.
Private Residential Lobby with Front Desk
Day-Time Commodore Staff Member
Front Entry: Video Intercom and Keyless Entry
Dedicated Residential Elevator
Limited Reserved Parking Spaces
Secured Package Room
Limited Storage Available
Dedicated refuge (trash and recycling) chutes available on each floor
Steel Construction (New Ground-up Component)
Full Dimension Brick Construction
Well Appointed Floor-to-Ceiling Height
Smart Enabled Apartment
Washer and Dryer
High Grade GE Appliance Suite
Built-in cabinet microwaves
Juliette Balconies with French Doors (select units)
European oak hardwood floors
Wood cabinetry featured in Kitchen and Bathrooms
Quartz counter tops in Kitchen and Bathrooms
Glass Shower door partitions
Porcelain tiled bathrooms
State-of-the-Art Central Air and Heating (Forced Air, Fully Ducted)
Permitted Pets: Cats and Dogs
Restrictions (Max Number of Pets): 2 pets per apartment unit
Pet rent: $35 per month per cat. $50 per month per dog
Pet Deposit: Half Month's Rent
Pet Fee: One Time, non-refundable fee of $300 per apartment unit
Breeds not permitted: Pitbull, Dalmatian, German Shepherd, Rottweiler, American Staffordshire Terrier, Chow, and Doberman
Pet Rent Basis: Per Home
Reserved Commodore Parking Location 1: 103 Spring Garden Street (32 spaces total available)
Reserved Commodore Parking Location 2: 212-220 Northampton Street (11 spaces total available)
Restrictions (Max Number of Cars): 2 cars per apartment unit. Otherwise first come, first serve basis
Parking Rent: $70 per space
Parking Deposit: $140, (2 months parking rent)
Lease Term: 1 year, in accordance with your apartment lease
Other Parking Options: Street Parking is available on Northampton Street and Larry Holmes Drive. Additionally, the following public parking garages are available in downtown Easton: Pine Street Parking Garage, City Hall Parking Garage, and the public garage behind the Easton Public Market (under construction).
The Commodore Luxury Apartment Floor Plans
Lease Term: 1 year
Filter Feature: 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom
The Commodore: Frequently Asked Questions
Q What is the lease term available at The Commodore?
A 1 year lease term is available.
Q Is WIFI available at The Commodore?
A Yes, high speed internet, cable, phone, and data are available through local provider "Service Electric."
Q How do tenants pay their electric bills?
A Electric service is offered by local utility, "Met Edison." All tenants pay a qualified third party billing company named National Energy Partners, directly. Met Edison's service at The Commodore is designated "Primary Service" and thus The Commodore has entered into an agreement with National Energy Partners to handle billings, maintenance, and monitoring.
Q How do tenants pay their gas service?
A Tenants pay local utility, "UGI," directly, for gas services.
Q What steps are being taken at The Commodore to ensure safety and security?
A Video intercom and keyless entry are part of the approach at the main front door entry. A day-time staff member is present for additional security and convenience. The residential component of the building is sealed off from the commercial component of the building. A dedicated residential elevator services residential tenants from a private residential lobby. A dedicated commercial elevator only services the commercial components of the building through the public lobby.
Q What is the expected completion date of The Commodore?
A A target move-in date is currently set for December 1, 2022.
Q Is The Commodore signing a real estate brokerage company to fill occupancies in the residential apartment rentals?
A No, currently the only way in which a potential tenant can secure one of the thirty-two apartments is by filling out an application through the website, selecting a unit, signing a DocuSign lease, and providing a security deposit.
Q Are there currently any apartments for purchase?
A No, all Commodore units are rental apartments.
Q Is there an "ADA" compliant apartment unit available at The Commodore?
A Yes, there is 1 "ADA" compliant apartment.
Q When will I be able to renew my lease?
A A renewal will be sent 3 months prior to lease termination. Tenants will have 30 days to indicate their interest in renewing their lease.
Q Who manages The Commodore development?
A The Commodore is managed by Optima Durant Group's Property Management entity, Optima Durant Property Management, and will have a full-time dedicated property manager.
Q Who owns The Commodore?
A The Commodore is owned by ODG 100-116 Northampton, LLC, an affiliated entity of Optima Durant Group, LLC.
Q Am I able to pay my monthly rent online?
A Yes, The Commodore uses "Buildium" software. Tenants are able to pay monthly rent through thecommodoreeaston.com website.
Q How do tenants request service or maintenance in their apartment unit?
A Service and maintenance requests are completed online using the "Buildium" software, through thecommodoreeaston.com website.
Q Who has access to The Commodore Fitness Center?
A The Commodore's fitness center is not open to the public. It is only offered to tenants of the building.
Q What are the hours of operation for The Commodore Fitness Center?
A 6:00AM - 11:00PM.
Q What is The Commodore Clock?
A The Commodore Clock is an illuminated clock on the top Restaurant level of the building, which symbolizes the revitalization of The City of Easton.
Q What all is within The Commodore development?
A 32 Apartments Rentals. 1,800 SF of Retail Space. 12,000 SF of Office Space. 8,000 SF of Roof Top Restaurant Space. Tenant Fitness Center. Tenant Lounge. Tenant Dog Wash. Private Residential Lobby. Public Commercial Lobby.
Q Is The Commodore considered new construction?
A The short answer is yes. The Commodore is technically an adaptive re-use project. The Commodore consists of a rehabilitated 1880 building, which rises 3 stories, and a new ground-up construction component, which rises 7 stories.