A Berkeley County mixed-use development has added a 264-unit apartment community in response to the area’s growth of population and jobs.
Arrogate Village, located in Nexton in Summerville, was developed by Applegate & Co. and is managed by Greystar. The community features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with wood plank style flooring, walk-in closets and balconies.
Amenities in the community include a saltwater pool, fitness studio, outdoor kitchen and fire pit.
“Arrogate Village provides a sense of community to those not ready to purchase a home or that want the flexibility of a lease,” said property manager Tracy King in a news release.
A spokeswoman for Nexton said four of the 11 buildings in Arrogate Village have been delivered and residents have begun to move in.
Nexton, located near Interstate 26, is a 5,000-acre community featuring three housing villages that have homes ranging from the $200,000s to the $500,000s. Upon completion, Nexton is slated to have 6,500 single-family homes and additional multifamily units.
Nexton residents have access to 10 miles of existing walking and biking trails that connect homes, parks and offices to Nexton Square, a shopping and dining center opening in June.
“Achieving sustainable economic growth in our region requires us to offer a variety of housing choices that appeal to workers and employers alike,” said Brent Gibadlo, vice president and general manager of Nexton, in the release.
Nexton is owned by a business entity of North America Sekisui House LLC and is being developed by Newland Real Estate Group LLC. Nexton is one of more than 30 assets across the U.S. that North America Sekisui House and Newland own and manage together.