A massive fire broke out in a new luxury complex in Somerville, New Jersey, Friday morning.
Smoke and flames were reported coming out of the roof of the luxury complex around 9:40 a.m.
According to officials, the apartment complex has two buildings. One building recently had its grand opening and had about a third occupancy. The building that caught fire was still under construction and had no residents living in it, but was scheduled to open in October.
Chopper 4 was over the scene and captured numerous ladder companies working to extinguish the flames were shooting out of the roof and windows of the multi-floor structure as black smoke was seen billowing from the complex.
The complex is known as Somerville Parc, and is described on its website as "a luxuriously appointed resort-style community set within the convenient Borough of Somerville, NJ" with rent beginning at $1,950 a month.
It is unclear how the fire started, however, no injuries were reported. The residents of the other building within the complex were evacuated as a precaution.