Anne Arundel County, MD
Construction of the Elms at Stoney Run was completed in March 2010. The property includes 386 apartment homes, a clubhouse/fitness center/pool, and 20 enclosed garages. Our first residents moved into the community in November 2008. The Elms at Stoney Run reached full occupancy in May 2010 after a lease-up pace of 25 units per month. Design enhancements included an expanded living room in the two bedroom “C” unit, creation of a loft for the top-floor “C” units, a redesigned dormer window in the one bedroom “A” loft, transom windows over doors to unit balconies, redesigned window muntin patterns, and carriage style garage doors. The site is conveniently located, providing easy access to the Arundel Mills Mall, Fort Meade, BWI, and the I-95 Corridor.
This 18-acre assemblage at the intersection of Route 175 and Sappington Station Road serves as the eastern gateway to the Odenton Town Center. Approvals were obtained for a 60,000 s.f. medical office building to be occupied by Johns Hopkins and Anne Arundel Health Systems, 252 luxury garden apartments, and two retail pad sites. Site development and building construction commenced in 2011.
Baltimore City, MD
The Eden is an award-winning luxury apartment building positioned between Harbor East and Fells Point in Baltimore. The 270-apartment units sit atop 27,504 square feet of prime retail space that houses some of Baltimore’s most popular restaurants: RA Sushi, Chazz, and Teavolve. Wells Fargo is an additional retailer in this urban mixed-use project. Construction commenced in 2005. The first apartments were delivered in 2007. The first retailers also opened for business in 2007. For more information, please visit: www.edenapts.com.
Howard County, MD
The Elms at Montjoy is a luxury apartment complex of 286 units located near the intersection of Route 29 and Route 100 in Howard County. The site includes the historic home of Montjoy, a clubhouse with workout facilities, a swimming pool, and a separate pool for lap swimming. Land development began in 2003 and apartment construction was completed in mid-2006. With a lease-up pace of 29 units per month, The Elms at Montjoy was awarded the Delta Award for Best Lease-Up Pace for a Suburban Maryland Apartment Community in 2006. The project was also awarded the 2006 Land Development Council Award of Excellence in Community Development, Design, Planning and Construction.
Montgomery County, MD
The Elms at Clarksburg Village is conveniently located in the heart of Clarksburg Village, directly across from the Harris Teeter grocery store/additional retail, and at the intersection of Little Seneca Parkway and Snowden Farm Parkway. A total of 360 apartments have been built, featuring one, two and three bedroom units with available lofts. The apartments also feature 2 x 6 exterior walls which allow for enhanced insulation, making these the most energy efficient garden apartments that we have built to date. The clubhouse has been redesigned and now provides a higher ceiling, more natural lighting through additional windows, expanded office space for the leasing staff, and a dedicated Cyber – Café. The fitness center has also been redesigned, with 20% more usable floor space now provided. Delivery of the units began in December 2012, and the project enjoyed a rapid lease-up pace. The apartments are appealing to renters of all ages, including young-adult sons and daughters of existing Clarksburg Village residents and also parents of existing Clarksburg Village residents. The Elms at Clarksburg Village is well positioned for continued success in the future with the completion of the adjacent retail center and Little Seneca Parkway.
316 garden apartments have been built at this convenient site located adjacent to the campus of Montgomery College in Germantown. Construction of the apartments was completed in mid-2006 after a successful construction and leasing program where absorption averaged 25 units per month.The site was formerly a mobile home park with 62 occupied mobile homes at the time of land acquisition. 268 of the apartments are market-rate and 48 are MPDU apartments. Architectural enhancements to the apartment design included creation of bay windows in the breakfast-room area of the one bedroom apartments, creation of lofts in the “A” (one bedroom unit), “CS” (two bedroom with sunroom unit), and creation of the “E”, a new three bedroom unit, also available in a loft configuration. The on-site red, white & blue Cider Barrel structure, known as a Montgomery County roadside landmark since 1925, has also been restored to its former glory.
Kingsview Village is a 326 unit apartment complex comprised of an assemblage of four parcels. In 1999 site plan approval was obtained in two phases, the land was rezoned to allow for higher density, an amendment to the preliminary plan was obtained, development work was initiated, and the first section was paved. In 2000, 50 apartments, the clubhouse, pool, and land development of the second phase were completed. The remaining 276 apartment units were constructed and delivered in 2001. The Elms at Kingsview Village was sold in June 2008 to Stellar Advisors and is now called The Park at Kingsview Village.
A 368 unit three story luxury garden apartment with brick facades featuring loft units, fireplace and sunroom options. The community was completed June 1992. The lender was CIGNA. In August 1995 the property was sold to Avalon Bay.
These 300 garden apartments located within the Waters Landing planned community were started in 1989 and were completed in 1991. The project was sold in 1995.
This seven-story mixed-use development features 154 upscale residential units and is conveniently located just one block from the Courthouse Metro Station. The project required a General Land Use Plan amendment and an extensive rezoning process. The project’s site plan was amended in 2009 to increase the number of units from 141 to 154. The building provides spectacular views of the Washington Monument and Washington Cathedral from its rooftop garden and pool. Construction began in July 2012 and is now leasing.
Fairfax County, VA
A 358 unit three and four story walkout luxury garden style apartment with brick facades featuring loft units, fireplaces and sunroom options. The community was completed fall 1988. The property was developed as a joint venture with Halle & Halle, Inc. In September 1990 the property was sold to Metric Realty Advisors.
A 246 unit three story luxury garden style apartment with brick facades featuring loft units, fireplace and sunroom options. The community was completed in September 1990. The property was developed as a joint venture with Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Company. The lender was Lutheran Brotherhood. The property was sold to Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Company December 1995.
Located on the Fair Lakes Parkway in the Fairfax Center area of Fairfax County, this project involved the redevelopment of an existing subdivision. The proposed development required a change in the Comprehensive Plan and a rezoning. Fairfield was successfully zoned for 436,000 square feet of office space and a 250 unit garden apartment complex. Development began in the Summer of 1989. The apartment complex was completed in 1991 by The Gables Development Company.
The Elms at Centreville consists of 268 garden apartments located conveniently off Braddock Road in Centreville, VA. Development was completed in 1989. The community consists of one and two bedroom units with available lofts. The site includes a clubhouse with workout facilities and a swimming pool. The Elms at Centreville was recognized as a Distinguished Community by The Property Management Association of DC in 2012.
This garden apartment complex of 294 rental units is located off Hayfield Road. Development began in 1986 and construction was completed in 1988.
This garden apartment complex of 313 rental units is located off Jermantown Road just south of its intersection with Route 123. Construction began in October of 1986 with the first units available for rent in early 1987. This project was an assemblage of three parcels, two of which required rezoning.
Located adjacent to the Woodlawn plantation off of Route 1, this project was rezoned in the mid-1980’s to allow for 249 garden apartments. The residents of Woodlawn Gable enjoy a swimming pool, clubhouse and tennis courts. Construction was completed in December 1989.
Prince William County, VA
The Elms at Signal Hill Station will be located in Prince William County just steps from Manassas Park Virginia Railway Express (VRE) station. 296 luxury garden apartments will be built, featuring one, two and three bedroom units with available lofts. The clubhouse will feature a Cyber-Café, fitness center, and swimming pool. Construction is expected to begin in 2014, with the first units delivering in 2015.