Pavilion at North Grounds

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The Pavilion at North Grounds is a 300-unit student apartment complex at the corner of Arlington Boulevard and Millmont Street in Charlottesville. The developer of the $19.1 million project is Peak Campus Development. [1] The project is part of a trend towards large-scale apartment complexes targeted to University of Virginia students.

As part of the approval for its 230-unit, 428 bedroom Phase I, the developer opted to contribute $278,000 to the Charlottesville Housing Fund.[2] It later contributed $59,522.31 for its 70-unit Phase II.[3] It opened to its first tenants in August 2013. [4] In February 2013, rent for a room in a two-bedroom unit started at $815.[5] In September 2013, rent was priced at around $975 per room.[citation needed]

Amenities include a swimming pool, a tanning bed, and study centers on each floor.

Peak Campus Development broke ground on a second phase of the project in September 2014. [6]


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References

  1. Web. Neighborhood Development Services Newsletter, October 2012, Neighborhood Development Staff, City of Charlottesville, October 2012, retrieved October 17, 2012.
  2. Web. Agenda for July 16, 2012 City Council, Charlottesville, July 16, 2012, retrieved 2018-10-05.
  3. Web. Agenda for February 2, 2015 City Council, Charlottesville, February 2, 2015, retrieved 2018-10-05.
  4. Web. Recent housing developments courting UVa students, Derek Quizon, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, August 31, 2013, retrieved September 3, 2013.
  5. Web. CBJ: Pavilion at North Grounds expands student housing landscape, Nate Delesline III, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, Feb 17, 2013, retrieved 2018-10-05.
  6. Web. PEAK CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT BREAKS GROUND ON THE SECOND PHASE OF THE PAVILION AT NORTH GROUNDS, Peak Campus Development, September 4, 2014, retrieved October 15, 2014.


External Links

Official site