Apartment complex undergoing renovations
FROM STAFF REPORTS
NORTH SHELBY – Renovations are transforming Brook Highland Place apartment complex.
The Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting at the complex on Jan. 24.
Sean Landsberg, vice president of operations for Dasmen Residential, the company that owns and operates Brook Highland Place, said renovations completed so far have included the apartments themselves and the Lakeside clubhouse.
A fitness center, business center and convenience store have been added to the complex, which was built in 1987.
In the near future, the renovations will expand to include the Parkside clubhouse, including a new laundry room, fitness center, child play center and package retrieving system.
Also, a new walking path has been installed around the lake, lights will be added to the path soon, a fenced-in dog park has been added as well as new pool furniture.
The renovations began in April 2016, when Dasmen Residential purchased the property, Landsberg said.
Amenities at the complex other than the ones already mentioned include two resort-style pools, stocked fishing lake, onsite fitness program and monthly resident events.
Also, Brook Highland Place offers the AppRent online payment app that allows residents to pay rent and submit work orders.
Among the 400 units at the complex are floor plans from one bedroom, one bath to three bedrooms, two baths, ranging from 904 square feet to 1,431 square feet.
Rates range from $749 per month to $1,199.
Renovated units have different rates than the “classic” models.
A Resident Appreciation Week was held recently with a free breakfast on-the-go provided on Tuesday, free sweets for residents on Wednesday and a pizza party in the office for residents on Thursday.
For more information, visit BrookHighlandPlace.com.
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