Wheat Ridge Apartment Informational Meetings

 

The new Wheat Ridge Apartment building will start taking shape soon. Paul Risk Construction expects to begin moving dirt this summer, launching the 4-story, 45-unit project. Many of the apartments have already been reserved. However, you still have time to secure an apartment. The new building will offer 11 different floor plans—a studio, a one-bedroom with one full bath, 6 one-bedroom options that include a den and 1.5 baths, and 3 two-bedroom with two-baths layouts. Each apartment will have a patio or balcony providing the breathtaking views of the Lancaster County countryside for which Fairmount has become known.

Mitchell Hanna, Director of Marketing, will hold a series of meetings presenting the new apartment options on the following dates from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Harvest View Conference Room at 333 Wheat Ridge Drive.

  • Wednesday, May 23
  • Tuesday, May 29
  • Thursday, May 31

Please contact Mitchell at 717.354.1810 to reserve your space for one of these sessions or to arrange a personal meeting to learn more about the new apartments.

Once again, growth is in Fairmount’s future. The preliminary groundwork has been completed for the new, four-story, Wheat Ridge Apartments project, with groundbreaking planned for the summer of 2018. The building will be constructed in the space between the Wheat Ridge Personal Care building and the Home Messenger/Muddy Creek Farm Library (where the annual Benefit Auctions have been held).

The four-story building, designed by RLPS and constructed by Paul Risk Construction, will offer 11 apartment floor plans, each with its own private patio or balcony.  Sizes will range from a 510-square-foot studio to a 1,416-square-foot, two-bedroom unit with two full bathrooms. Each common area in the building will include a gathering room with a full kitchen, a dining room, library and wellness room. Storage areas, will be available on the lower level.

This is a great time to investigate the benefits of joining the Fairmount community, especially with the opportunity to live in a brand-new apartment. Let’s begin the conversation. Contact Mitch at 717.354.1810 or mitchellh@FairmountHomes.org.

Click here for LNP News article from Monday, March 19, 2018