Bedroom Apartments

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Hartford, Connecticut - New Development
... New condos and apartments Hartford 21 Opened adjacent to the XL Center in September 2006, this sleek 36-story apartment tower is the tallest in New England, and is located at the ... The building includes 232 luxury one-bedroom and two-bedroom units (including four penthouses), an adjacent parking garage and spacious common areas ... on the Park Recently opened along Bushnell Park, this apartment community is housed in a new 11-story brick building along with a parking garage and ground-level ...
Hilltop Manor (Bladensburg, Maryland)
... Hilltop Manor is an historic apartment complex located in Bladensburg, Prince George's County, Maryland ... The complex consists of eight brick garden apartment buildings, each of which is divided into two to six units or sections, constructed in 1942 and 1943 ... The complex consists of 150 apartments interspersed among eight buildings with 32 units ...
Winfield Township, New Jersey - History
... homes to two story (plus basement) two- and three-bedroom apartments, better known today as Townhouses to one story (plus basement) two-bedroom apartments and one-bedroom apartments ...
Masshouse - Development
... building cost £30 million and consists of 173 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments ... Over 50% of the building's 173 apartments were sold in the first week of release ... The top floor penthouse apartments are clad with grey polished pre-cast panels ...
Lampeter, Pennsylvania - Neighborhoods
... Pioneer Woods Pioneer Woods is an apartment neighbrhood located off of Lampeter Road ... It has 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, townhouses, and an office ...

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