Red Oak opens ‘revolutionary’ downtown Manchester apartment building

Complex includes co-working spaces, ‘tech-forward’ amenities
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Ron Dupont, left, and Gerry Dupont, principals of Red Oak Apartments, cut the ribbon on the company’s new 90-unit apartment complex on Elm Street in Manchester.

Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held April 20 to mark the opening of a 90-apartment building on Elm Street in downtown Manchester that the owner Red Oak Apartments hails as “revolutionary.

Besides the apartments, the six-story building includes 16 co-working spaces as well as the growing Red Oak’s new corporate offices.

The apartments themselves offer what Red Oak calls “tech-forward amenities,” including in-home wi-fi and “revolutionary” robotic cloud bed studios that turn a studio space from a bedroom into a living room with the press of one button. robotic furniture. In addition, solar panels on the roof of the building power the common areas.

The studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 344 square feet to 914 square feet.

“We are confident these new residential and co-working options will be very attractive to those looking to rent and work in the greater Manchester area,” Ron Dupont, principal of Red Oak along with wife Gerry Dupont.

Red Oak 409 Elm FrontHe added that the company chose the site – at the south end of Elm Street – “because this area of the city is ripe for development. We believe this project will be the catalyst for future growth and development on the south end of Elm Street.

Red Oak, which got its start in 1984 with a three-family house, has since grown to own and manage approximately 1,900 apartment units in southern and centra New Hampshire.

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