Ribbon-cutting Ceremony for The Residences at Annapolis Junction
Citybizlist | Baltimore
The Residences at Annapolis Junction is a five-story, 416-unit luxury apartment community contained within Annapolis Junction Town Center, a new Transit-Oriented Development adjacent to the Savage MARC Station in Howard County.
Participating in the ceremony were: Neil Greenberg, Somerset Construction, holding scissors with (left to right) Mike Caruthers, Somerset Construction Company; Nimisha Sharma, Maryland Department of Transportation; Edward St. John, St. John Properties; Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman; Howard County Councilwoman Jen Terrasa; Maryland State Senator Guy Guzzone; Alex Olson, Armada Hoffler; Larry Maykrantz, St. John Properties and Patrick Ryan, Armada Hoffler.
Nimisha Sharma, Maryland Department of Transportation; Edward St. John, St. John Properties, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and Howard County Councilwoman Jen Terrasa.
The Residences at Annapolis Junction is a project of Somerset Construction Company, headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, in partnership with Armada Hoffler Properties, a vertically-integrated, self-managed real estate investment trust. It is comprised of 123 two-bedroom units, 248 one-bedroom units and 45 studio units. Living space sizes range from 520 square feet for the studio units and expand to 1,629 square feet for the two-bedroom loft models.
Residents have access to a full range of amenities including a saltwater swimming pool with sunning decks, cabanas,outdoor living areas and multiple grills and fountains. Contained within the 3200 square foot, two-story community room is a state-of-the-art fitness center and locker rooms; multi-seat media center with 120” viewing screen; kitchen and bar; billiards room; and business center with conference area. Additional components include a bike repair room and storage area, a bocce court, a package wrapping room and package delivery service and concierge services.
Nimisha Sharma, Maryland Department of Transportation; Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and Neil Greenberg, Somerset Construction Company.
St. John Properties recently delivered a four-story, 101,000 square foot Class “A” commercial office building; as well as a 20,000 square foot retail building.