Capano adds apartment community in Middletown

From left to right, Bill Krapf, Chief Development Officer, Capano Residential CEO Louis Capano III, Middletown Mayor Ken Branner, Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Roxanne Ferguson

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for a 264-unit apartment community in Middletown.

Louis Capano III, Capano Residential CEO,  Mayor of Middletown Kenneth Branner, and members of the community were in attendance.

The Reserve at Westown is the latest residential property developed by Capano Residential, a subsidiary of Delaware-based Capano Management.

“With a modern farmhouse-inspired design, the amenities include a clubhouse with a multimedia lounge, state-of-the-art fitness club, library, and resort-style pool with sundeck,” a release stated. 

“Middletown has seen impressive growth in the last two decades,” stated Capano. “We’re excited to be a part of this expanding landscape and designed these apartments with a nod to the historic Middletown feel but with modern comforts and amenities for everyone.”

“We are thrilled to welcome The Reserve at Westown into the Town of Middletown,” said Branner. “Not only are the apartments beautiful, but they also offer so many amenities for the new residents who will live there. Capano Management is helping to fill a great need in our town for apartment living.”

The Reserve at Westown features open floor plans, high ceilings, wood plank flooring, and other comforts in all one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. The location offers access to the new 301 Bypass and is in the  Appoquinimink School District.

Rents range from $1,300 to $1,655  a month.

Capano Management develops office buildings, retail centers,  multi-family apartments, and residential communities in Delaware and Florida. 

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