CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — A local home builder is digging further into the apartment market.
HHHunt will begin construction in February on a 271-unit apartment project on 26 acres within the massive CenterPointe development in Chesterfield County.
HHHunt will spend about $30 million on the complex, named Abberly at CenterPointe. It’s one of three apartment communities the company has planned over the next three months, said President Dan Schmitt. The other two are in Stafford, Va., and Maryland.
“We’re aggressively moving to build more apartments,” Schmitt said. “We’re seeing a lot of people choose renting as a lifestyle. People used to rent for a few years until they could afford a house. Today we’re seeing a lot of consumers get in on luxury apartments like ours and stay for 10, 15 or 20 years.”
The Abberly at CenterPointe apartments will have one to three bedrooms, with amenities that include a swimming pool and fitness center. The buildings will be three and four stories high, each with elevators.