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Carriage Place Apartments holds open house

Posted: Friday, November 22, 2013

Carriage Place Apartments held an open house and ribbon cutting on Thursday, November 21, at the new building which is complete at Carriage Place Apartments. The new construction replaced a burned structure where 12 families lost their homes, the result of a fire last January 7.

The event took place at the new building where guests were treated to cake and cider, tours of the building and a chance to win several giveaways from local merchants including Comcast and Beacon Credit Union.

The new building features 12 new apartment homes with upgraded amenities. Each two bedroom apartment features walnut faced cabinetry with brushed nickel hardware and fixtures. There are six-panel doors, ceramic tiles in the entryway and kitchens and upgraded carpet throughout. Other features include programmable thermostats, large storage closets and tilt windows for easy cleaning.

The apartments are also equipped with washer and dryer connections. Residents have the option to lease a new washer and dryer with the home. The new building was also constructed with energy efficient lighting, heating and air conditioning systems.

Carriage Place is managed by Sterling Management, Ltd. with over 30 years of experience assisting owners in achieving both physical and financial goals for their assets. For more information, contact Gina Link at (260) 356-2225 or visit www.thesterlinggrp.com

Shown in the photo on the front row are Cassie Wieckert, Carriage Place Apartments; Cyndi Findley, leasing specialist, Carriage Place Apartments; Holly Harris and Megan Condry, residents, Carriage Place Apartments; Gina Link, property manager, Carriage Place Apartments; Dwight Broom, resident, Carriage Place Apartments; Austin Fusselman, Ron McCoy, maintenance technicians, Carriage Place Apartments; Wayne Huff, city fire marshal and Greg Shearer, city firefighter. Back row is Tim Albertson, left, fire chief and several members of the city fire department.