HHHunt Begins Construction on $43M NC Community
Located in Garner, Abberly Solaire will offer 282 units and access to a coffee bar, a dog park and a pool with in-water seating.
HHHunt has begun construction on Abberly Solaire, an apartment community in Garner, N.C. The 24-acre site is expected to open in the summer of 2019 with preleasing set to begin that winter. This development marks the company’s fifth in North Carolina and third in the Triangle region.
“Abberly Solaire is HHHunt’s latest residential community in the Triangle region of North Carolina. This community joins our existing Auston Grove and Abberly Place apartment home communities in the area,” Lance Goss, director of Operations at HHHunt Apartment Living, told Multi-Housing News. “Abberly Solaire also reinforces HHHunt’s commitment to the region, which includes one of the company’s headquarters locations in addition to multiple HHHunt apartment communities, senior living communities, and new home communities.”
Located at 1030 Element Circle, the $43 million community will comprises 282 one- and two-bedroom units. Interior features will include granite countertops, oversized garden tubs and stainless steel appliances. Residents will have access to amenities including:
- Gated entry
- Adrenaline cardio and strength studios
- Fitness on-demand classes
- Lounge with pool tables and arcade games
- Demonstration kitchen
- Media lounge
- Coffee bar
- Pool with in-water seating
- Outdoor grilling kitchen
- Solaire Park greenspace with covered seating
- Dog park
“The apartment homes at Abberly Solaire will boast state of the art and luxurious amenities. Abberly Solaire also encourages community by building on healthy lifestyles with stunning social spaces, such as an Adrenaline cardio and strength studio, demonstration kitchen, multiple lounges and outdoor spaces, and an expansive pool,” added Goss.
HHHunt owns and manages more than 7,750 apartment communities across Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The company currently has more than 890 units in its development pipeline in North Carolina and Virginia.
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