Inwood at Renaissance Square at 111 Route 70 East in Marlton — Courtesy: Canoe Brook Development and RD Management
By Joshua Burd
A joint venture has leased up the first phase of a 338-unit apartment project in the Marlton section of Evesham, part of an ongoing mixed-use development along Route 70.
The partners, which include Canoe Brook Development and RD Management, recently reached full occupancy at the 154-unit first phase of Inwood at Renaissance Square. As of early April, the development team was also set to unveil additional homes at 111 Route 70 East after experiencing strong demand for the subsequent phase.
The additional apartments will occupy four buildings, each with 46 units.
“The pace at which we’re leasing is a true testament to the caliber of the community, which is unlike anything else in the South Jersey market,” said Brenda Cioce, president of RHO Residential, which oversees property management for Inwood at Renaissance Square. “With the community’s thoughtful, work-from-home facilities and abundance of outdoor space, Inwood at Renaissance Square is truly a renter’s dream.”
The developers detailed the progress recently while touting Evesham’s highly ranked school district, its proximity to Philadelphia and its access to a host of shopping, dining and entertainment options. The collection of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes at Inwood also has amenities such as a resort-style pool with a shelf and outdoor social spaces, a multipurpose party room, a conference room and a fitness center.
The project also includes ground-floor commercial tenants, including a Virtua Health Clinic and a day care center.
“With demand skyrocketing for suburban housing, Marlton’s abundance of attractions within the community and its surrounding areas make it the ideal place for modern renters looking for a vibrant neighborhood,” said Jack Tycher, a partner with Canoe Brook Development. “Combine that with Inwood at Renaissance Square’s resort-style amenities, luxury finishes and adjacent retail, and it’s no wonder the community has leased up so quickly.”