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The Roseberry sets new standard for Columbia apartment living

Columbia, S.C. — The Roseberry, a new apartment community nestled in Northeast Columbia, South Carolina, is raising the bar for apartment living in the Midlands region. With thoughtful design and impeccable attention to detail, the apartment community was designed to catch the eye of those seeking a refined lifestyle. Leasing is underway, and floor plans and more information can be found at www.theroseberrycolumbia.com.

“We really wanted to build something that elevated the design and lifestyle for residents in Northeast Columbia,” says David Tuttle, president of Apartment Holdings, developer of The Roseberry. “We are proud to bring new, best-in-class apartments to the area, setting new expectations for what it looks and feels like to rent in Columbia.”

Located in a quiet, green oasis between Sparkleberry Lane and Polo Road, The Roseberry blends timeless beauty with unparalleled comfort in close proximity to major highway access points. Curated original artwork, sophisticated interior design elements, bespoke rose gardens, a fruit orchard, kids’ play park and a resort-style saltwater pool are among the features that highlight The Roseberry experience.

Named after rose varieties, The Roseberry’s one-, two- and three-bedroom units go up to 1,523 square feet in size. The Grand Flora, one of the largest room layouts, features a private curved balcony with sizable bedrooms and walk-in closets. All apartments are pet-friendly and are outfitted with deluxe finishes like energy-efficient stainless-steel appliances, high ceilings with crown molding, elegant hardwood floors and in-unit washers and dryers.

Community amenities include a resort-style saltwater pool with an expansive sundeck; a library and quiet gathering space; a concierge; and a highly “Instagrammable” outdoor mural. There is no shortage of greenery and plant life at The Roseberry, with sprawling community gardens featuring pear, fig, peach and apple trees. With 13 varieties of roses, the rose garden exudes opulence and distinction.

“Considering our amenities, interior finishes, and customer service standards, The Roseberry is certainly more on par with communities that you see in bigger cities, and we are proud to be a part of that evolution,” says Tuttle.

The Roseberry seeks to attract many different types of residents and lifestyles. Young professionals working in and around Columbia can call The Roseberry home. A seven-minute drive from the Village at Sandhills and businesses nearby like Starbucks and Tiffany’s Bakery, The Roseberry offers residents quick access to shopping, dining and outdoor recreational activities.

No more than a 20-minute drive to the State House, the University of South Carolina and Fort Jackson, The Roseberry allows residents to stay close to Columbia’s excitement while staying away from the commotion.

Bordered by quiet neighborhoods, young families may also be drawn to the upscale community that also houses a play park in the courtyard. Empty nesters and retirees — particularly those looking to downsize — will maintain a comfortable and engaging lifestyle at The Roseberry, with features like the rose gardens and proximity to attractions like Sesquicentennial State Park.

“The Roseberry is excited to welcome residents of all walks of life,” says Jennifer Kemp, community manager at Ascend Communities. “There’s a lot happening in this area, and with the connectivity to many parts of our region, we think this will be a great place for Columbia residents to plant their stakes.”

The grand community spaces throughout The Roseberry create an ideal setting for events and community mixers. Earlier this summer, more than 100 Roseberry residents, local leaders and tastemakers celebrated the grand opening of The Roseberry during “Rosé at The Roseberry” event, offering attendees a first look at the new chic apartments and grounds. In the Grand Room, attendees enjoyed passed hors d’oeuvres and drinks over the sounds of a baby grand piano. Artists Meredith Christenberry and Ashley Williams signed their colorful mural, housed in the center of the rose gardens adjacent to the life-size chess and play park.

Property management group Ascend Communities partnered with Apartment Holdings, a Columbia-based developer known for its work on upscale living communities such as Town Center at Lake Carolina and Creekside at Greenlawn. Rounding out the project team, Housing Studio provided architectural work with construction by Flournoy Construction Companies.

Learn more about The Roseberry’s luxe, modern apartments available now for lease at www.theroseberrycolumbia.com

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Sharon Sanders

Sharon Sanders is Co-Founder, Co-owner of the The MinorityEye. She is also a Digital Engagement Strategist and a Curator of information at The Minorityeye and the President of Clairvoyant, LLC which specializes in strategic communications and multimedia services. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Argosy University and she specializes in “Online Consumer Psychology.” Sharon provides companies with research and insight into the processes underlying consumer behavior in online environments…

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