PerSei, the first new apartment in the massive redevelopment of Mid-Pike Plaza, will start leasing in January and be ready for move-in in May.
Bozzuto will manage the 174-unit property and this week released a few renderings of what one of the first completed parts of Pike & Rose will look like.
The units will be 1- and 2-bedrooms ranging from 615 to 1,585 square feet. The building has frontage along Old Georgetown Road and will be across a new street from the main retail and entertainment facility in the redevelopment, which will feature a movie theater, gym and Strathmore-supported music venue.
On the other side of that building will be the Pallas, the second apartment building to be delivered in Pike & Rose. That 18-story building will offer about 300 units and likely at a higher price than the PerSei.
Bozzuto is opening a leasing center next month and is offering special rates for employees and employers that take part in a Preferred Employer Program. The more employees from a particular company that live in the building, the higher the incentives.
The Pike & Rose website describes the apartment as putting residents “in the mix,” playing up the restaurants and amenities on the way in the first phase of the project:
Whether lounging poolside, tasting wines, nestling by the fire or hitting the bike trails, PerSei will place you in the mix. Spill onto the streets and sidewalks of Pike & Rose for al fresco dining, live entertainment and many neighborhood amenities. PerSei keeps you connected with technology services and programs so you can keep going with your active lifestyle.
Flickr photos via Bozzuto Group