Striker signs exclusive deal to lease up and manage sizable new development in Newark 

Newark, NJ, December 29, 2020—Luxury apartment firm Striker Apartment Leasing announces their exclusive new contract with Spring Street Commons at 2 Spring Street in Newark. The new mixed-use development contains 84 residential units and three commercial spaces in one of Essex New Jersey’s most desirable districts.

The residential units are comprised of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Rent contracts range from $1750-$3000 and become available January 2021. Amenities include a beautiful rooftop lounge, gated parking, electric car charging stations, and smart home functionality. “Our team is already working on leasing 2 Spring Street, with the deal being struck only days ago–even during the holidays. Our crew works fast. This district is a sought-after location in Newark and a walkable neighborhood is what renters need,” says Michelle Streicher, the broker of record at the helm of Striker’s 4-division company.

Commercial units include three ground floor spaces sized at 1930, 1260, and 2035 sq feet. With construction completed just days ago local business owners have a clean slate to creatively pivot into the next year with new plans whether they’re moving into a larger space or downsizing.

About Striker Apartment Leasing

Established in 2019 as an addition to Striker Investment Realty, Striker Apartment Leasing provides an advantageous blend of real apartment leasing and property management. Founders Michelle Streicher, Broker of Record, and Brian Jaffe, Managing Director, offer decades of direct product knowledge and industry experience. Having forged lasting relationships with building owners and managers all across New Jersey, they deliver the most dependable and competent brokerage services available. Find more information at



777 Passaic Ave. Suite 518 • Clifton, NJ 07012
P. 973.437.3955 F. 973.497.9393

Thanks to Linda Lindner at NJ Biz for sharing the news!

Striker signs exclusive deal to lease and manage sizable new development in Newark