One of Breeden’s Largest Apartment Projects Opens in Richmond

After several ground breakings this year, a Virginia Beach-based real estate developer is now getting ready to open one of its larger residential projects.
Marshall Springs at Gayton West

After several ground breakings this year, a Virginia Beach-based real estate developer is now getting ready to open one of its larger residential projects.

The Breeden Co. has selected September 10 as the opening date for the Marshall Springs at Gayton West development, according to Virginia Business. The $70 million project is one of the company’s largest in the Richmond region. Located on a 30-acre site at 4501 Marshall Run Circle, in the Short Pump area of Henrico County, the community brings a total of 420 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, and numerous amenities, including a dog park, a pool and a media center.

The apartments range in size from 906 to 1,291 square feet, with rents ranging from $1,210 to $1,570 per month. Peyton Tata, director of marketing and public relations for Breeden, told Virginia Business that 306 of these units are already leased.

Marshall Springs at Gayton West is just one of an impressive number of apartment communities Breeden is working on in Virginia. Its opening now sets the stage for other projects like the $35 million Aqua on 25th Street or the $20 million Parkside at Charles Street, both scheduled to open in the coming months in Virginia Beach and Newport News, respectively.

Photo credit: The Breeden Co.