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Open house held for new apartment building


An exterior shot of the new four-storey, 75-unit apartment building at Richmond St. and Brock St. is seen above. The St. John’s Apartments are scheduled to be ready for occupancy April 1. The living room in the model unit of the home was one of the rooms people could go into during an open house held last Sunday afternoon.
An exterior shot of the new four-storey, 75-unit apartment building at Richmond St. and Brock St. is seen above. The St. John’s Apartments are scheduled to be ready for occupancy April 1. The living room in the model unit of the home was one of the rooms people could go into during an open house held last Sunday afternoon.

 One of Amherstburg’s newest apartment buildings had its doors opened on the weekend so the community could take a look.


An open house was held in a model unit in the St. John’s Apartments, located at 207 Brock St. at the intersection of Richmond St. The building is owned by Jones Realty and is being constructed by the Rosati Group.


The new four-storey, 75-unit building had a steady flow of people enter Sunday afternoon with the building to have two-bedroom units, some with dens and balconies. People could choose to view the units, complete with washer/dryers, kitchen appliances and soft close cabinetry and two bathrooms.


Realtor Peter Crump from Bob Pedler Real Estate Ltd. said high ceilings, quartz counter tops, vinyl flooring and exterior masonry were other selling features.


“Rosati is meticulously good at what they do,” said Crump. “Everything is top notch.”


Units range from 1,015 square feet to 1,244 square feet with prices ranging from $2,310 per month plus utilities to $2,825 per month plus utilities. Each unit gets a parking spot with additional parking spots available on a first come, first served basis at an additional $50 per month. According to Crump, they will be available for occupancy April 1.


“This is the busiest open house I’ve ever had,” commented Crump. “I’ve already handed out some applications. I expect some of the units will be rented out probably this week.”


Crump added he has already received several calls about renting units in the days leading up to the open house. He said between people looking to downsize and others having to navigate the rental market, it has led to interest in the apartments. 


By Ron Giofu


Open house held for new apartment building

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