Manchester, NH – A ribbon-cutting was held for Red Oak at 409 Elm Street in Manchester on April 20. The event included remarks from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Joyce Craig and Red Oak Principals Ron and Gerry Dupont.
The upscale apartment community offers tech forward amenities which include free hot water and in-home Wi-Fi. The development includes space saving robotic furniture and solar panels on the roof, which will power the common areas of the building. The project houses Red Oak’s new corporate offices, 16 coworking suites and 90 apartment homes in a 6-story building.
Amenities at Red Oak at 409 Elm Street include stainless steel Energy Star kitchen appliances, full-size washers and dryers, upgraded flooring and countertops, central heat and air conditioning, and elevators. The property features revolutionary robotic cloud bed studios that convert a studio space from a bedroom into a living room with the press of one button. The studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 344sf to 914sf. The location features off street parking, electric vehicle charging stations, a fitness center, yoga studio, bike storage and a pet washing room. The property, which is at the south end of Elm Street, provides residents with easy access to the Fisher Cats ball park, groceries, dining and entertainment.
“We are confident these new residential and coworking options will be very attractive to those looking to rent and work in the Greater Manchester area,” said Ronald Dupont, president of Red Oak. “Red Oak chose this site because this area of the city is ripe for development. We believe this project will be the catalyst for future growth and development on the south end of Elm Street. We designed housing with the types of amenities that will attract people who are tech savvy and want to call downtown Manchester home. ”