Dominium, a Minneapolis-based apartment development and management company, celebrated the re-openings of three of its apartment communities in Tennessee last month.
Chariot Pointe is a 184-unit property in Murfreesboro, Tennesse. It was built in 1997. Kimberly Gilliam of Freddie Mac, State Representative Dr. Bryan Terry and Denise McBride with THDA all helped to celebrate the its re-opening.
Villages of Gallatin is a 185-unit housing complex in Gallatin, Tennessee, that was built in 1998. Representatives of Citi Community Capital, representatives of THDA, U.S. Senator Bob Corker’s field assistant, Representative William Lamberth of District 44 and Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown attended the ceremony.
Waterview Apartments is a 160-unit property in Hendersonville, Tennessee, that was built in 1995.