The Promenade at Red Apple Town Center opens third phase
CHESTER — Ideally situated just a short drive from Annapolis, Easton and Centreville, The Promenade at Red Apple Town Center offers luxurious, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. The third phase has been completed and is now open. Units range from 740 square feet to just under 1,400 square feet.
Jeanne Hendricks, senior vice president, Habitat America LLC, the managing company of the Promenade, said the property, located on Kent Island, provides their residents with all of the benefits of apartment living and proximity to Annapolis and cities west of the Bay with the beautiful scenery and peaceful living afforded on Kent Island. With easy access to U.S. Route 50, traveling into the city or spending the day relaxing on one of the area’s bike trails or waterways is easily accomplished.
Residents, Bob and Gloria Tavenner said they are very pleased to call the Promenade home with their dog, Bogart. After living several places, including the western shore, Salisbury and Germany, the Tavenners said the Promenade has many of the things they were looking for, like friendly neighbors, a sense of community, on-site maintenance and controlled access entry.
Providing all the comforts of home without the upkeep is one of the highlights of the Promenade. Modern floor plans and an on-site fitness center that includes both cardio and weight equipment and a “Chesapeake Room” that can be reserved for private parties and gatherings are also features offered at the Promenade.
Hendricks said during the holiday season, the package receiving amenity is especially popular. Located in the Red Apple Town Center, the Promenade is within in easy walking distance to shops at Red Apple Plaza, including the new IHOP restaurant.
The Promenade at Red Apple Town Center was developed by Mallard Construction and is professionally managed by Habitat America LLC. For more information on units, including pricing and availability, call 410-6434373.
Promenade residents Gloria and Bob Tavenner and their dog, Bogart, visit in the Chesapeake Room.
Promenade at Red Apple, Phase 2 building.
Jim Gich, community manager at the Promenade, stands next to one of the apartment’s electric fireplaces.