Aston Place is a 59-unit apartment community with contemporary one and two bedroom luxury apartment homes. The community features a modern design, expansive windows, 10 foot ceilings on the top level, a private parking garage and a spacious 5,300 square foot courtyard on the second level. The courtyard makes for a Short North private patio lounge in your own back yard! This unique space is designed to include a water sculpture, fire pit, shaded cabanas and a bocce ball court. The building will also feature a state-of-the-art business center and a workout facility.
The apartment homes feature elegantly designed interiors that include granite countertops in the kitchen and baths, under mounted sinks, stainless steel appliances, side by side refrigerators, full height backsplash in the kitchen, kitchen islands and luxury plank flooring that runs throughout the entry, kitchen, living and dining areas. Aston Place offers the style and quality that you have been searching for!
An affiliate of Snyder Barker, a real estate development and investment company, is proud to introduce Aston to the Columbus market and the Victorian Village community. The principals of Snyder Barker, Jason Snyder and Brian Barker, first had the idea for the Aston project in early 2011. They shared a common goal of improving the neighborhood with a residential development that features contemporary design, multiple phases, each with distinctive architectural qualities and living options. It was the design intent of Snyder Barker and the architect, Sullivan Bruck, for Aston to be respectful of the traditions of Victorian Village yet represent the style and demands of modern day living.
Aston Place will be managed by Homestead America and are now Pre-leasing this fall for January 2014!
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With the support of many great people, companies and organizations Aston is now a reality. Snyder Barker would like to give special thanks to following groups for their contributions in making Aston possible.
Schiff Capital Group, investor
SBI Aston LLC, investor
Sullivan Bruck, architect
Elford Development, contractor
First Merit Bank, construction lender
Victorian Village Commission
NorthPointe resident, Efrain Gonzalez, won a 1 year lease on a red convertible 2013 Ford Mustang on August 24th in Tucson courtesy of Homestead U and Hertz car rentals. Gonzalez’s winning ticket was drawn from thousands of tickets that were entered from both NorthPointe and The Ranch at Star Pass residents. The giveaway was an incentive to renew, refer or sign leases at the Homestead U properties in Tucson. A party was held at NorthPointe to announce the winner on Saturday, August 24th. Congratulations to Efrain, and look forward to many more parties and incentives from Homestead U!
1.) How long have you been with Homestead? 6.5 Years
2.) What were you doing before Homestead? Stayed at home for 4 years after relocating Chicago.
3.) Where are you originally from? Geneva, Nebraska
4.) What’s your favorite part about being a Homestead Employee? The People!
5.) What do you like to do outside of work? Read, hike, ride bikes, visit family and travel.
6.) What’s your favorite band or type of music? Classical and Pop
7.) What’s your favorite website? AllRecipes.com
8.) What’s your favorite local restaurant? J. Alexanders
9.) What’s your dream vacation? Hiking in Bhutan (Asia)
10.) What’s the best TV Show you have seen recently? Don’t watch much TV, but probably Modern Family.
11.) What’s your favorite Homestead memory? Not sure about my favorite, but the rat in the bathroom was most memorable!
“…The Ranch at Star Pass, on the west side of Tucson, has been more successful this year in leasing apartments, said Rittner Hufford, community manager at The Ranch. NorthPointe, an apartment complex on the north side of town, is a little less rented out than last year, Hufford added. Homestead U manages both properties.
The management is excited for the opening of the new student housing buildings next year because they offer a different product, Hufford said.
“We’re off campus — a little bit further than the newer developments — so we offer luxury at a little bit lower cost,” Hufford said. “So, in the next few years, I think students are going to look for that sense of community and the opportunity to save some money while still receiving luxury, so we are kind of excited for the future to offer that to the students.”
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