December 12, 2022
An official groundbreaking ceremony was held on Friday, December 9th for the Residences at East Church Street, a new apartment community that Morgan-Keller is building in Frederick, MD.
Residences at East Church will consist of five, four-story multifamily buildings with a total of 350 Class "A" apartment homes. First delivery is scheduled for April 2024 and final completion of the development is expected to occur in late 2024. The project will include a state-of-the-art clubhouse amenity outfitted with a fully-equipped fitness center, outdoor pool, co-working spaces and common areas, and meeting rooms suited for entertainment activities. Approximately 525 free parking spaces will be available, as well as 11, two-car garage units which can be reserved and rented by residents.
The multifamily apartment homes will offer studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans ranging from 550 to 1,275 square feet of space with an average unit size of 950 square feet. Each home will include high-end luxury finishes and fixtures such as 10-foot ceilings, a stainless-steel appliance package, quartz countertops, soft-close kitchen cabinetry, kitchen islands with bar top seating, extra-large closets, and wood flooring. The apartment homes will be elevator-served and include a walk-out terrace area.
Residences at East Church will also incorporate a full range of outdoor common-area amenities designed to add value to the living experience within the community. Features include a waterfall element, dog park and dog wash area, tot lot, and bike lanes that will provide connectivity to nearby Carroll Creek Park and its offerings of shopping, restaurant, and entertainment options in downtown Frederick.
“We're excited to have The Residences at East Church in Frederick as this community will provide much needed high-quality housing inventory and takes advantage of a unique infill opportunity for the City of Frederick. This development also continues our progress toward additional connectivity between our East Street Corridor and Monocacy Boulevard, and we look forward to seeing its completion,” stated City of Frederick Mayor Michael O’Connor.