Mission Rock Expands Management Portfolio with 258-Unit Indigo 19 Apartment Community in Virginia Beach, Virginia

Mission Rock Expands Management Portfolio with 258-Unit  Indigo 19 Apartment Community in Virginia Beach, Virginia

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - Mission Rock Residential, a national multifamily property management company, is further expanding its presence on the eastern seaboard, announcing a new management contract for Indigo 19 Apartments in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The deal marks the addition of the eighth property to Mission Rock's portfolio in the state of Virginia.

"Virginia Beach is a wonderful city that Mission Rock is excited to enter and grow in. The opportunity to manage this world class apartment community is one our team is absolutely thrilled about, thanks to its beautiful design, its top-notch amenity package, and its immense set of shared community spaces. We look forward to elevating the customer experience at this community," said Patricia Hutchison, President of Mission Rock Residential.

Indigo 19 features 258 one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, located within walking distance to the beach as well as the Norfolk Premium Outlets. The community also offers immediate access to I-264, a major economic thoroughfare. High-end amenities at the property include a resort-style swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a two-level clubhouse, and controlled access throughout. The design of Indigo 19 includes a great combination of modern yet relaxed approaches, with bright, breezy design present across all shared spaces. 

Apartment homes feature gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, open concept floor plans, included washers and dryers, expansive closets in master suites, 9′ ceilings, and private patios and balconies.

Virginia Beach is a resort city with miles of beaches and hundreds of hotels, motels, and restaurants along its Atlantic oceanfront. It is also home to three military bases, a number of large corporations, Virginia Wesleyan University and Regent University, as well as numerous historic sites. Mostly suburban in nature, the city, though, is the most populous in the State, and was dubbed the 'Best Big City to Live In' by WalletHub in July 2019 due to the highly educated population, outstanding healthcare, and affordability.

Source: Mission Rock Residential

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