A sliver of land in Clovis that had a vacant house on it for years has been transformed into a small 48-unit multifamily community called Harbor Pointe Apartments.
The first 12 apartments at the complex, on the northeast corner of Temperance and Ashlan avenues, were released last week for occupation.
The location is a new market for apartment construction, said Adam Goldfarb, vice president of multifamily at Manco Abbott, a Fresno property management company. The development serves Clovis East schools and is in an area where the competition comes from single-family homes which surrounds the complex, Goldfarb said.
Manco Abbott is managing the property. The Schussing Company is the developer.
The apartments range in size from 1,156 to 1,272 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Some of the downstairs apartments have attached garages. Rent is between $1,375 and $1,425.
“The demand for apartments is pretty high right now,” Goldfarb said. “We’re seeing a lot of interest in new development.”
Manco Abbott is managing two other small apartment communities under construction in Fresno. Maroa Court is a 19-unit development with three bedrooms on Maroa Avenue, north of Shaw Avenue. Rent ranges from $1,535 to $1,570. It is expected to open by the end of the year.
The Gates at Fig Garden is a high-end community for people age 55 and older at Gates Avenue and Fig Garden Drive. The single-level units have two- to three-bedrooms and attached garages. Rent ranges from $1,225 to $1,375. Ginder Development is the developer of both projects.
For information about Harbor Pointe, visit harborpointeclovis.com or call 866-711-3496.