An apartment complex that is all about the community.
The beautiful new Tapestry on the River apartments in Dayton, KY have a lot of desirable amenities, like the pool, private river walk, luxury finishes and 7,000 sft clubhouse. What really sets Tapestry apart, though, is the focus on building connections between the residents.
It starts with the design of the public spaces. That 7,000 sft clubhouse has three fitness rooms, a large rec room with a pool table, kitchen and a number of seating areas, all for the use of the tenants. Tapestry was built on a peaceful stretch of the Ohio River and has a picturesque private river walk. Along the winding path are gathering spots, both small and large, to entice people to come together and enjoy the views. The swimming pool and dog run are also popular places for residents to gather.
The wide hallways in the apartment buildings encourage casual visits between neighbors. The apartments themselves all have 9′ ceilings and open floorplans, making the spaces feel welcoming.
The developers and property managers, Arlington Properties, did not stop with the thoughtful design in their goal of connecting people. As resident Sabrina Huth, interviewed in the episode, explains, there is an app provided for free to all of the tenants. Its purpose is to facilitate meetups around shared interests. Huth says it has been a great way to get to know people in a safe, socially distant way.
As you will see in the episode, Tapestry on the River is a lovely community that makes it easy for residents to quickly find friends and feel at home.