The Largest Multifamily PROJECT of 2017
IMC Construction Haven at Atwater Malvern, PA
Size: 462,343 SF / 14 acres The Haven at Atwater Village is an apartment complex situated on approximately 14 acres along Route 29. The luxury rental property consists of a 326-unit garden-style community of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments that overlook a scenic quarry. The Village, developed by Johnson Development Associates, is located between the Atwater and Great Valley corporate centers, and fits in with the live-work-play trend that many developers are embracing. Amenities include a sports simulator game room, car wash bay, walking trail access, a resort-style heated saline pool, fireside outdoor lounge area with gas grills, and a sundeck with Wi-Fi.
Benchmark Construction River Run Meadows Apartments Birdsboro, PA
Size: 64,337 River Run Meadows consists of six new residential buildings and one centrally located community building. The development includes 58 affordable one-, two- and three- bedroom townhome and apartment options for individuals and families. The development includes six units that meet the current ADA standards and two non-ADA units include features for hearing and/or vision impaired households. The site also includes a Community Center with laundry services, community gathering space, management and supportive service offices, an on-site playground and multi-purpose court. All residential buildings meet the Enterprise Green Communities standard and exceed the Energy Star Version 3.0 standards.
Stafford Preserve Manahawkin, NJ
Size: 28 acres Luxury apartment community comprised of 216 units in 18 buildings. The club-like neighborhood setting offers a clubhouse, pool, tot-lot, tennis and basketball courts, picnic pavilion, walking trail and barbecue area. The LEED-Silver and ENERGY STAR- certified project consists of one-and two-bedroom garden-style apartments as well as two-bedroom townhouses. Numerous green features make the apartments highly energy efficient, helping to lessen energy consumption and reduce costs. Planned social events for residents primarily focus on family activities such as a summer, holiday and Halloween parties. The property manager keeps residents involved and informed with a monthly newsletter listing local happenings and upcoming events.