William Rosato included in 2023 NJBIZ’s Commercial Real Estate Power 50!
With more than 30 years’ experience as an architect and developer in planning, designing, and building residential and mixed-use projects, Rosato leads Alpine Residential as managing partner. Throughout his career, which includes previous stints with Lennar and Lincoln Property Co. among others, Rosato has successfully completed developments across the eastern U.S. in excess of $1 billion. Alpine is particularly asserting its influence in Hudson County. In Jersey City, Rosato and his company are attracting residents to the historic Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood near Liberty State Park.
According to the company – a venture of Alpine Real Estate Group, where Rosato is managing principal, and Beachwold Residential, which are both headquartered in the same office in Manhattan – Alpine says it is currently developing over 3,000 multifamily units in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Florida. Two of Alpine’s latest ventures will add more than 200 units in Jersey City, but it’s another project in the Hudson County hotspot that is truly poised to earn high marks: Alpine Residential is set to deliver Scholars Village at Liberty Science Center’s 30-acre, “City of Tomorrow” Scitech Scity campus. The mixed-use project – two sustainably-focused, 250,000-square-foot, 500-residence buildings with retail space – will house innovators, scientists, entrepreneurs, STEM graduate students, individuals and families, offering inhabitants the opportunity to test high-tech products in their homes before they’re introduced to consumers. Underscoring the weight of the project, Liberty Science Center President and CEO Paul Hoffman has described Alpine’s contributions as crucial to the whole: “The Scholars Village residential housing is essential to making SciTech Scity a 24/7 community, and we engaged a first-rate developer.”