Morgan Properties Celebrates $10 Million Improvement Program Underway at Northwest Crossing Apartments
- May 10, 2013
Morgan Properties celebrated on May 3 the next chapter of the newly re-named Northwest Crossing Apartments, a garden-style apartment community in Randallstown, Maryland. Tony Baysmore, Special Assistant to the Baltimore County Executive, Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver, Delegate Adrienne Jones, Mark McFadden, President of the Liberty Road Business Association, and Chad Rosay, Lieutenant of the Baltimore County Woodlawn Police Department, were among those present at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Northwest Crossing Apartments was formerly known as Garden View. It features 588 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes and is located in the suburban “Liberty Road Corridor.” Amenities include a basketball court, children’s play areas and a picnic area set among beautifully landscaped yards. The apartments are all pet-friendly and feature expansive private balconies, generous walk-in closets and 24-hour emergency maintenance, as well as high-speed Internet and cable.
The King of Prussia, Pennsylvania—based real estate investment, development and management company acquired the Northwest Crossing Apartments in August of 2012, in partnership with private equity real estate firm Core Properties. Now it is implementing a $10 million capital improvement program to reinvigorate the property and provide residents with an enhanced lifestyle experience.
Renovations are currently underway and include landscaping enhancements, upgrades to kitchens and bathrooms, and the addition of a well-trained management team to address the needs of each resident. The project will also deliver a new fitness center with cardio and strength equipment in the coming months.
Officials have praised Morgan Properties and Core Properties and think their decision to invest in Northwest Baltimore County will contribute to the area’s ongoing revitalization.
“We saw the potential for this well-positioned asset to be a flourishing community that residents of Northwest Baltimore County, from young professionals to families, will want to call home,” said Mitchell Morgan, founder, president and chief executive officer of Morgan Properties, in a statement for the press. “We take great pride in our company’s long-standing history of successfully repositioning apartment communities to meet the needs of today’s renters, and are extremely confident that the improvements we are making at Northwest Crossing Apartments will have a dramatic, positive impact on residents’ living experiences.”
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