Designing and developing beautiful spaces is only the start of what we do at Elm Tree Communities. We’re committed to creating a sense of place, to growing communities that elevate the everyday lives of those who live there. Our work is driven by purpose, and while that sounds like a hefty promise, our expertise and devotion to doing things right have helped hundreds of people over more than two decades. As we continue to innovate, Elm Tree Communities is proud to play a part in the journey to find home.
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A new 56-unit residential complex situated in the scenic CT River Valley offering outdoor adventure, community-driven amenities and
innovative technology in a convenient setting millennials and young professionals will love to call home.
EXPERIENCE MEETS INNOVATION
With over 25 years of expertise in multi-family development, leasing and planning, Elm Tree Communities is in the business of building relationships and communities that thrive.
CASE STUDY 1
As President of Elm Tree Communities, LLC ("ETC"), Jeff Hartmann is currently leading the development of a 56-unit multi-family residential project along the Connecticut River in Haddam, CT:
Project will consist of 56-units
Currently planning on the construction of 3 buildings plus a clubhouse with fitness center
Each building will have 2 stories
The total square footage of the project is approximately 53,501 square feet
The project will be constructed on a 4.2 acre lot
CASE STUDY 2
As President of Experienta Development Partners, Jeff Hartmann led the development of The Shops at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee, NC:
At the time, Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort was in the midst of a major masterplan expansion
The project included a new hotel tower, convention center, related parking structures as well as major retail, dining and entertainment expansion
The approximate size of the project was 233,000 square feet
The gross leasing area was 158,000 square feet
The total project cost was $85 million
CASE STUDY 3
As COO of Mohegan Sun, Jeff Hartmann led the master planning exercise working with Elkus Manfredi Architects to create a ten-year master plan in March of 2009:
Identified non-gaming development opportunities
Established a design vision for future developments
Resolved traffic and circulation issues
Enhanced the sense of arrival
Created a staging plan of how the property would be developed
Elm Tree Communities believes that sustainable development and operating practices enhance the value of communities we develop and manage, along with preserving the environment for future generations. We are committed to minimizing negative environmental impacts through continuous review of our energy practices and sustainable operating practices in all our communities.