Surrounded by the area’s best shopping destinations, renowned parks, ample outdoor recreation amenities, and easy access to all major highways, the five-star Lerner Black Hill community in Germantown, Maryland is the premiere place to live in Montgomery County.
Developed and managed by family-owned Lerner Enterprises, the 255-apartment, 110-acre mixed-use development will feature over 3,000,000 square feet of upscale office, residential, senior living, retail and hotel uses, all organized around a central boulevard with green space and interconnected pedestrian-oriented streets.
Lerner Black Hill will showcase the ultimate in convenience and luxurious living, with residents having access to a pet spa, state-of-the-art Mantracore® Fitness Studio, library, private screening room, and fully-equipped WeWork stations.
And, it is the ample number of outdoor amenities at Lerner Black Hill that make this community truly unlike any other.
The outdoor beach entry swimming pool is the ideal place to relax with guests and enjoy the best in comfort with an outdoor TV, lounge seating, private cabanas, and exercise lawn.
Lerner Black Hill residents will also have their pick of the area’s best parks, hiking/biking trails, and outdoor play areas, being minutes away from Black Hill Regional Park, Little Seneca Creek State Park, and Fountain Hills Park.
After taking in nature, residents will be able to retreat to their luxurious apartment home that has no shortage of indoor amenities.
Each apartment home offers a contemporary and spacious open floor plan with ceiling fans, high-quality wood flooring throughout, and ample natural sunlight.
The chef-styled kitchens at Lerner Black Hill are perfect for entertaining or enjoying a delicious meal after work. Each kitchen features premium quartz countertops and backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, soft-close cabinets, and quartz islands.
Residents will also be treated to spa-inspired baths with marble tiles, truly exuding the highest level of comfort and luxury of each home.
The unique floor plans at Lerner Black Hill offer studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom options, with the first move-ins planned for September. Pricing ranges from $1,424 for studio apartments (606 sq. ft.) to $3,217 for spacious three-bedroom, two bath (1,591 sq. ft.) options.
Interested renters are encouraged to inquire for more details to take advantage of the limited time offer of one month of free rent.
Virtual tours of all available apartment homes at Lerner Black Hill are now available through September 1st, with self-guided tours beginning in the Fall.
To learn more about these unique apartment homes in Montgomery County or to see a virtual tour of the property, click here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/montgomery-countys-newest-resort-style-apartment-community/17067.
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