Saltmeadow Debuts in Far Rockaway: Beach-Front Rentals from CetraRuddy and JDS

A brand new waterfront project, dubbed Saltmeadow, has debuted along the shores of Far Rockaway, Queens at 162 Beach 5th Street.

The development is a project from the award-winning CetraRuddy Architecture and JDS Development and is “breathing new life into the unique beachside neighborhood,” according to the team. Saltmeadow is comprised of 60 two- and three-bedroom homes on the coastline near the Rockaway Boardwalk and the pristine Atlantic Beach. Leasing recently kicked-off and current listings show two-bedrooms start at $2,650/month and three-bedrooms at $4,300/month. Douglas Elliman is handling leasing and marketing, and notes the listings are no-fee and that guarantors are accepted.

Homes have custom plank wood floors, a Bosh washer/dryer, and marble baths. Eat-in kitchens have double sinks and marble countertops with Porcelanosa fixtures. Additional features include cedar accent walls, weathered zinc light fixtures, and entry stairs built from blue stone.

Contact the leasing office directly at (212) 769-9835 or by visiting the building’s leasing website.


By CityRealty Staff, CityRealty

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