“They feel very spacious, I would say very spacious,” said Natalie Pence of Jeff Boyle Group, which is the leasing agent. Areas between apartments “don’t feel like your typical apartment hallways, everything is very open. Everything is very clean and crisp.”
The rental rates include utilities, with the exception of cable and Internet, she said. “It is pet-friendly as well.”
“The feel is very urban,” Pence added. “It could be geared toward young professionals or single families.”
The apartments feel “very crisp, clean, new, fresh,” she said. “I think it’s a great location, also. There’s a bus transport that stops right out front, so people can use public transportation.”
John Kirsch of Kirsch CPA this week before a city meeting told colleagues an employee had rented an apartment in the $500 range, and he wondered about the quality, until he saw photos of the inside, which very much impressed him.
“We’ve had three different inquiries on the building today alone, so it’s definitely getting out there to the public,” Pence said Tuesday.
A ribbon cutting for the apartments, located at 136 N. Third St., will happen from 4-7:30 p.m. Friday.
The apartments will be staffed for viewings Mondays and Thursdays from noon to 5 p.m., with additional availability when people make appointments.