RICHMOND, VA - Artisan Hill Apartments, the centerpiece of revitalization efforts in Greater Fulton has begun pre-leasing with a scheduled occupancy for the end of November.
The apartment community consists of two new buildings as well as the revitalization of the original historic Robert Fulton school house which became Fulton Hill Studios in 1997. The art studios, a 3,000 square-foot fitness center, market-cafe, and a ceramics studio, are all amenities designed to foster a sense of community and support for artists and other residents.
Developed by Fulton Hill Properties, in partnership with the City of Richmond, Artisian Hill is located minutes from Church Hill, Shockoe Bottom and downtown Richmond and will offer one and two bedroom apartments. A heated 75-foot saltwater lap pool, sky lounge, bike parking and repair shop, garage parking, soccer field, and a dog wash will be available to the residents.
President and Owner of Fulton Hill Properties, Margaret Freund, was born and raised in Richmond and has worked on bringing this project to fruition for more than 10 years.
Freund is a passionate facilitator of community improvement through renovations and development including projects such as Bottom’s Up Pizza, Lady Byrd Hat, Canal Crossing, Haxall View and The Lofty.
This development is based on “creative living for the adventurous”. Artisan Hill to have the benefits of Urban living while being surrounded by nature.
“I love this neighborhood. With a rich history and a diverse and engaged community, Greater Fulton is a great place to be. I want Artisan Hill to be an integral part of this community, and, like the community, inclusive and welcoming,” said Freund.