Hills Properties breaks ground on Altair, first Northern Kentucky apartment community in years
Hills Properties broke ground and is preparing to start foundational work on Altair, a 160-unit apartment community in Boone County, s first project across the river in about a decade.
It’s been 10 to 15 years since Hills has developed a community in Northern Kentucky, said Brandon Guttman, vice president of land and development, but the location of Altair was something Hills couldn’t pass on.
When complete, Altair will consist of three four-story residential buildings and a clubhouse with amenities like a fitness center, community room, heated saltwater pool, coffee bar and co-working space.
Altair will also boast many of the luxury finishes Hills is known for in the Cincinnati market. Hills units are bigger than the typical apartment, Guttman said, and include finishes like quartz countertops, under-cabinet lighting, soft-close doors and stainless steel appliances.
Rent for one-bedroom units will be in the $1,400s, Guttman said. Two-bedroom units average $1,800, and units with two bedrooms and a den will be price at more than $2,000. Units with a den will also include two and a half bathrooms and range from 1,400 to 1,500 square feet.
The entire project is slated for a third quarter 2025 completion.
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