Water Garden Village

  • Raleigh’s Smoke-Free Apartment Communities in High Demand

    Residents at the new Water Garden Village community in northwest Raleigh can breathe easy on the entire 11-acre property. According to WRAL, the recently opened 100 percent smoke-free apartment complex has been quite successful, leasing within nearly a month of opening. Located at 8441 Mount Valley Lane, the 60-unit community has been developed by nonprofit DHIC. The newspaper reports that the property’s non-smoking policy extends beyond apartment walls and includes the fitness center, the clubhouse, the playground and even the laundry facilities. "We were concerned that it might even limit our ability to rent the apartments," DHIC President Gregg Warren said in regard with the smoking restriction.

    Raleigh Durham 08 March 2013 22:21

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