Baltimore Apartment Community Wins Top Honors at Three Award Ceremonies
By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor
The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads in Baltimore recently won top honors at three award ceremonies. The luxury rental community was designed by KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture + Planning. It was developed by Somerset Construction Company and is managed by Bozzuto Management.
On October 25, at the Delta Associates 16th Annual Awards for Excellence in the Mid-Atlantic Apartment & Condominium Industries event, the Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads was recognized as the Best Baltimore Apartment Community 2012. The Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA) presented it with a Gold Award in the category of Stellar Elevator Community: $1,200 and up at its 16th Annual Star Awards Gala, on October 10. And, on September 20, the community also received a Grand Award for the Best Design & Architecture, Multi-Family New Construction, 5 Stories and Under in the Great American Living Awards (GALA) program.
Rohit Anand AIA, NCARB, principal of KTGY, said that “In the awards programs, The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads competed against many excellent projects so the fact that this community was selected as the recipient of these highly coveted awards is all the more meaningful.” He also thanked the judges and his partners at Somerset and Bozzuto.
This 365-unit eco-friendly apartment community is located on White Marsh Boulevard in the 1,000-acre Baltimore Crossroads mixed-use development. It is close to the White Marsh Town Center, numerous popular retailers, restaurants and entertainment centers, and also ideally positioned in Baltimore’s growth corridor. Downtown Baltimore is just 12 miles away.
Tenants can choose from 23 floor plans available in single, two-, and three-bedroom formats, including homes with dens, lofts, and balconies. The apartment homes are built around a six-story parking garage which allows residents to park and live on the same level. It includes electric car-charging stations and solar panels on the roof.
Residents can enjoy such amenities as a two-story community room with a fitness center, multi-media center, billiards room, business center with conference area, library, child play areas, a pet spa, a swimming pool with sunning decks, multiple grills, garden, a car wash area and more. The community is targeting LEED Gold certification.
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