Thirteen01 at Hartman Lakes, a $26 million residential development in Shiloh, Ill, is underway with the groundbreaking on Phase I. Edwardsville, Ill-based Contegra Construction Co. is constructing the 216-unit project for developer Greenmount Retail Center, LLC. The first of nine apartment buildings in Phase I is scheduled to be available for lease by November of this year while the entire community is scheduled to be finished by July of 2019.
The one- and two-bedroom residential community is situated on 17 acres at the northwest corner of Hartman Lane and Frank Scott Parkway in the Hartman Lakes development and will feature well-appointed living spaces, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, balconies, in-unit laundry rooms with washer and dryer and detached garages
Community amenities include a clubhouse with fitness room, resort-style pool, gas grills, fire pit, walking trail and two lakes with fountains.
One-bedroom apartments start at $950 a month and two-bedroom start at $1,250 a month.
Future development plans include a 38-acre Phase II, which will consist of attached and detached one-story villas centered on an activity center, clubhouse with a pool, fitness center, and more. Phase III will be an eight-acre commercial component along Frank Scott Parkway which will feature easy, walkable access for all the residents of Phases I and II.
Based in Edwardsville, Ill., Contegra is one of the St. Louis area’s largest general contractors and serves a national customer base that includes industrial, institutional, municipal, medical, multifamily, office and retail projects. Its capabilities include building developer- and owner-driven projects and site development.
Thirteen01 at Hartman Lakes is leased and managed by 2B Residential, an employee-owned, full-service multifamily real estate company and recipient of the 2018 Property Management Company of the Year by the St. Louis Apartment Association. 2B Residential is headquartered in St. Louis with a portfolio of fifteen properties totaling more than 2,900 units for ten different owners in the St. Louis and Kansas City, Mo. and Southwestern Illinois markets.