DENVER, CO - Mission Rock Residential, a Denver-based multifamily property management company, is further expanding its Colorado presence, announcing a new management contract for Keystone Apartments in the North Denver suburb of Northglenn, Colorado. The company has been issued an agreement for the management of the community by Hamilton Zanze Real Estate Investments, a value-add real estate investment firm.
The community features 208 one- and two-bedroom apartment homes and rests in close proximity to a forthcoming light rail line, adding to its accessibility. Community amenities offered include a clubhouse for residents, a fitness center and indoor multi-sport court, swimming pool, and outdoor BBQ areas. Covered parking is offered for residents as well.
According to Pat Hutchison, President of Mission Rock Residential, “Keystone Apartments fits perfectly into our Colorado regional team. We are excited to improve the renter experience at this community and look forward to the upcoming improvements to the residences in the years to come.”
The Denver region is home to a robust tech and aerospace industry, financial sector, and startup community. This growth has led to strong leasing rates across the entire region and a demand for higher quality and accessible residential options. Northglenn, located adjacent to the thriving city of Denver, offers a tremendous lifestyle alternative in the region. This community is also in close proximity to a new 2.4 million square foot Amazon fulfillment center, a major new employer to the Denver market.
In addition to the spacious floor plans and elevated amenity package, Mission Rock Residential offers its communities a satisfaction guarantee, branded as the “Rock Solid Guarantee”. This includes a 24-hour response to maintenance requests, a 30-day move-in satisfaction guarantee, complimentary lock-out assistance during business hours, and an opportunity to purchase a low-cost renter’s insurance plan with guaranteed pre-approval.
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