Charlottesville Insider

600 West Main apartments

Luxurious lobbies, pools, fitness centers and fire pits are just a few of the amenities you’ll find at these trendy Charlottesville apartment developments. Whether you prefer industrial chic or sleek contemporary design, you’ll find the perfect home base here for exploring all the hiking, shopping, wineries and entertainment this area has to offer.

Stonefield Commons apartments

Stonefield Commons

With a Regal movie theater, numerous restaurants and all the Shops at Stonefield within feet of the front door, residents at Stonefield Commons don’t need a car to live their best life. A pool and posh amenities are also big draws.

Beacon on Fifth Apartments

Beacon on 5th

Charlottesville Insider Ian Dillard raves about Beacon on 5th. It’s dog and pet friendly, he says, and has an awesome gym: “Everything you need in one place.” Sounds like a recipe for a happy home!

Lofts at Meadowcreek

Lofts at Meadowcreek

Another new apartment complex, the Lofts at Meadowcreek are loft style apartments with garage parking and easy access to Pen Park with its tennis courts and hiking trails. The location between downtown Charlottesville and Route 29N offers a quieter setting than other apartments while retaining convenience.

City Walk apartments

City Walk

A stone’s throw from restaurants including Beer Run and an easy walk or bike ride to the Downtown Mall, City Walk is a hub for young professionals who want a luxury apartment in a convenient location.

Six Hundred West Main

Six Hundred West Main 

One of the newest additions to the Charlottesville apartment scene, 600 West Main is a hot commodity for its West Main location between the Downtown Mall and UVA and its position soaring over the beloved Blue Moon Diner.

Tenth Street Warehouses

Tenth Street Warehouses

Loft-style apartments in the historic Tenth and Page neighborhood offer proximity to the University of Virginia and the Downtown Mall. The development also includes retail, office, gallery and restaurant space, creating a vibrant mixed-use community. 

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