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Fox Run’s Twin Pines features eighteen different floor plans

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February 16th, 2017
Twin Pines, Fox Run’s newest residence building, features six never-before-seen apartment home floor plans among its eighteen choices.

Twin Pines, Fox Run’s newest residence building, features six never-before-seen apartment home floor plans among its eighteen choices.

Fox Run’s newest residence building, named Twin Pines after an old Detroit creamery, officially opened in August—and apartments are filling up fast. More than 80% of the building’s 116 homes are either occupied or reserved by people who plan to move in soon.

Associate Executive Director Fred Moschetta says the people who have moved into Twin Pines have received a warm welcome from the some 1,000 active retirees who already live at Fox Run. Residents appreciate the Michigan-themed artwork decorating the common areas in Twin Pines.

“Walking the halls is like a museum of memories, which new neighbors are sharing with each other,” Moschetta says. 

Twin Pines is Fox Run’s second new residence building to open in the last two years. The community welcomed residents to Edgewater, named after a well-known Detroit amusement park, in late 2015. 

Having opened a new residence building in the recent past, Fox Run’s staff has gained valuable experience and has fine-tuned the moving process to help make it even smoother for new community members.

“A group of residents who moved last year into Edgewater helped the management team with lessons learned during their move-in process,” Moschetta says. “We now have additional staff within Twin Pines to assist with last-minute needs or requests to make their move-in much easier.”

Floor plan sampling

Twin Pines features eighteen different apartment home styles, six of which are brand new to Fox Run. 

One of the largest new apartment home floor plans is the Washington. Sales Manager Kristen Yaquinto says this extra-large, deluxe, two-bedroom, two-bath apartment home measures 1,645 square feet and features a den and a balcony. 

The 1,505-square-foot Weston floor plan features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a den, and either a bay window or a patio. 

Another new floor plan, the Pembrooke, is an extra-large, two-bedroom, two-bath home with a balcony. 

The unique Henley floor plan is a luxurious one-bedroom style with one and a half bathrooms along with a den and a balcony. Yaquinto says Twin Pines has only one Henley apartment home.

People in the market for a slightly smaller home might consider the Newbury, a one-bedroom apartment home with one and a half baths and either a bay window or a patio, or the Kendall, a two-bedroom style with one and a half bathrooms and an eat-in kitchen. 

If you’re interested in learning more about the apartment homes available at Fox Run’s Twin Pines, call Sales Counselor Carolyn Ives at 1-800-262-7315.

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