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Developers Mark Opening Of $78M Apartment Project At Riverlights

By Staff Reports, posted May 17, 2024
The pool at the Argento at Riverlights, an 286-unit apartment complex. Developers announced this week that the complex has officially opened. (Photo courtesy of Sterling Group)
The latest batch of apartments at Riverlights has officially opened its doors, according to a news release from the developers.

Sterling Group, an Indiana-based real estate company specializing in apartments and self-storage facilities, created the Argento at Riverlights in the 1,400-acre master-planned community on River Road in Wilmington.

A $78 million development, the Argento has 286 units, the release stated. Marketed as a luxury apartment complex, the Argento's rents range from nearly $1,500 for one-bedroom units to about $2,350 for three bedrooms.

According to the release, the Argento's sustainable construction and design have earned the National Green Building Standard-Bronze Level certification.

The community includes a resident lifestyle center, a resort-style swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen and fire pit, a fitness center with an outdoor yoga lawn, a dog wash and grooming center and a car care center.
 
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