New details regarding a 300-unit “luxury apartment community” within a mixed-use development under construction in south Forsyth have been released, including the name of the community, which will sit adjacent to a $370 million restaurant village on the property.
That might have been true back then, when Amazon was a mere online bookstore and receiving a package hadn’t become part of the daily routine. Today, anyone managing a decent-sized apartment or condo community may find the onslaught of packages overwhelming. With residents able to get delivery of anything from a pack of gum, to a $600 iPhone, to the refrigerated ingredients for that night’s dinner, multifamily complexes are awash in a swirling tide of cardboard boxes and plastic bags.
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The front desk managers at Smith's Landing Apartments at Virginia Tech handle countless packages every day. None left them as perplexed as when a carrier walked in one day dragging a full-sized kayak.
As more consumers have their packages shipped directly from online retailers, the influx of packages has put a strain on property managers responsible for accepting and holding deliveries year-round.
A pair of developers behind some of Manchester’s largest apartment communities is teaming up for one of their biggest – and tallest – projects in the neighborhood.
Since 2015, residents in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood have been eying the transformation of 10 acres of land between W. 58th and W. 65th Streets — from the demolition of 300,000 square feet of vacant factories, to the land remediation to, finally, the phoenix that has risen: The Edison at Gordon Square at 6060 Father Caruso Drive.
A $7 million luxury apartment project is gearing up for a spring opening in Bethlehem Township.
Cahill Properties LLC of Easton is developing NorthPark Apartments at 2000 Meyer Lane off William Penn Highway.
Teaneck—AvalonBay Communities, a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) on the New York Stock Exchange, owns or operates 283 apartment complexes comprising over 80,000 apartment homes in 10 states and the District of Columbia. And now it owns one more, in Teaneck.
Apartment builder Encore Multi-Family LLC has finally gotten started on its new rental community just east of downtown Dallas. The 253-unit project is just off Live Oak Avenue at Swiss Avenue and Peak Street.
The new apartment building in downtown Reno, 3rd Street Flats, will officially open to tenants next week. Renters can begin moving into the apartments Tuesday, Dec. 27, after construction workers finish the final touches in getting the building ready.
The surge in online shopping has prompted a need for better package management, especially during the holiday season, as the flood of cardboard boxes and padded envelopes descends on residential addresses from Great Neck to Greenport.
Chad Duncan started small, with a fourplex in Tacoma, but now he's thinking about taking on investors and a partner to build more housing.
MHN and Kingsley Associates teamed up to see what residents think about the technology available in their apartment communities.
The Ruckus, located at 2502 Nueces St., will be a seven-story project totaling 45 units with a mix of two to five bedrooms, totaling 160 beds.
According to a recent National Multi-Housing Council study on renter preferences package management ranks second in importance after fitness centers and before WiFi, according to Barry Hume, president of Package Concierge.
As apartment communities continue to struggle with increased package delivery, some are instituting storage solutions and fees to cover the administrative costs of this service.
Package Concierge announced it is preparing to launch a mobile app that delivers anytime, anywhere access to its web-based system that helps residents and landlords manage and receive packages.
Throughout the year MHN will showcase companies that provide solutions to the apartment industry. From finance, legal, construction and design to technology, operations, marketing and communications, gain new insights into the companies that solve problems and add value.
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In late 2014, Chevy Chase-based developer The JBG Companies completed construction on their first Potomac Yard apartment building with plans to open up a brand new apartment building just next door less than a year later. Now, the developer's second Potomac Yard project has opened its doors as Notch8 with 253 units, 12 of which are affordable.
Takoma Central, a 150-unit apartment building at 235 Carroll St. NW, is already fully leased in phase one of the two-phase development and has now opened the final phase of apartments for leasing.
The newest residential component of The Beacon redevelopment has started leasing.
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