100 Lindisfarne Avenue, Westmont, NJ 08108
Albertson Village is a brand new luxury apartment community located near downtown Haddonfield. We offer one and two bedroom residences with optional lofts. With easy access to the PATCO high speed line, we are close to the Cherry Hill Mall and within walking distance to many popular restaurants and shops. Kitchen complete with energy star appliances, refrigerator, granite counters, dishwasher, and microwave with laundry closet and full size washer and dryer included.
Walters Group is Excited About the Area’s Improved Economic Conditions.
Twp., N.J. – Walters Group is redeveloping a brownfield site into LEED-certified multifamily housing and the first building is approaching completion.
Albertson Village’s first out of four buildings is scheduled for completion in September 2015. The luxury apartment community is under construction on West Albertson Avenue in the Westmont section of Haddon Township.
The first 19-unit building is part of an 82-unit apartment community, rising on a former industrial site in Camden County. Redevelopment efforts began in the fall of 2014 with full project completion slated for January 2016. The next three buildings will include 22 units and are scheduled for delivery in November, December and January, respectively. The first building will also house one of the eight affordable housing units planned for the community.
Redevelopment efforts of the 3.5-acre brownfield site involved demolition of the Russell Cast and Stone cement factory, which remained vacant for more than 10 years. Walters is using environmentally friendly “green” technologies in the construction of the new buildings and plans to achieve the strict standards of LEED-Gold certification.
“This is our first project in Camden County, and it’s been in the works for a long time,” said Ed Walters, Jr., president and founder of Walters Group. “Once it’s completed it will be well worth the wait. Economic conditions have improved to the point where we felt this was a good time to move forward on this type of redevelopment.”
The four three-story buildings will offer an assortment of one- and two-bedroom apartments with some offering loft spaces. The one-bedroom units will vary from 827 to 1,034 square feet. The two-bedroom units will range from 1,127 to 1,454 square feet.
The chic interior design will combine amenities such as granite kitchen countertops and Energy Star appliances. The exterior will highlight landscaped open spaces with paved pathways for resident enjoyment of a community clubhouse, 24-hour fitness center, elevators and parking garages. Albertson Village will feature exterior lighting and security cameras throughout the property. Situated just a few blocks from Westmont Station, the PATCO high-speed rail line provides convenient access to Philadelphia.
“There’s a strong sense of community in Haddon Township,” said Walters. “New businesses moving in and a redevelopment boom have turned Haddon Township into a vibrant community with an excellent quality of life.”
Walters Group Apartments proudly leads the way when it comes to sustainable home building. They pride themselves on a strong commitment to their community, remaining at the forefront of their industry through innovation. They have received numerous prestigious awards for their dedication to the community and to their apartment homes. This includes:
· Numerous FAME (Fabulous Achievement in Marketing Excellence) awards from Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey
· SAM awards from the New Jersey Builder Association
· The Builder of the Year Award from Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey
· Governor’s Excellence in Housing Award
· 2010 Brownfield Renewal Award
Walters Group Apartments wants to serve their entire community, from their residents to their neighbors on the street. For their residents, that means superior service and comfortable, affordable places to rent. For the community it means working closely with numerous local charities.
Walters Group Apartments is a property management company dedicated to helping everyone live more comfortably and their reputation for integrity precedes them. They make the rental process enjoyable for Camden County residents.
LEED-Certified homes are:
Built to be energy-efficient, ensuring that the home can be comfortably heated and cooled with minimal energy usage;
· Individually tested to minimize envelope and ductwork leakage;
· Designed to minimize indoor and outdoor water usage;
· Predicted to use an estimated 30 to 60% less energy than a comparable home built to International Energy Conservation Code.
LEED for Homes projects must also meet ENERGY STAR for Homes, which can cut energy bills significantly.
LEED-certified homes are also healthier for occupants because they must have proper ventilation, high efficiency air filters, and other measures to reduce mold and mildew.
How does LEED work? LEED certification<http://www.usgbc.org/leed/certification> provides independent, third-party verification that a building, home or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at achieving high performance in key areas of human and environmental health: Sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
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