Freshly renovated apartments boast smart home features, modern kitchens and baths with the architectural charm of this turn-of-the-century building. Located in the heart of Boston’s Financial District, at the doorstep to the North End and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, One India is one of the most unique properties Equity owns. Constructed in 1898 as B
Saxton, our newest acquisition in Seattle, a Class A, eight-story building with 325 apartments and a two-level garage, was built in 2019. This acquisition allows EQR to expand its presence in the First Hill (Capitol Hill/First Hill submarket) neighborhood of downtown Seattle. Other EQR properties located nearby Saxton include Seventh and Jame
Equity Residential, along with our home support partner, Apartment List, engaged with the Yetunde Price Resource Center (YPRC) in Compton, CA, a leading non-profit organization founded by Serena and Venus Williams. YPRC was named in honor of the Williams’ sister, Yetunde Price, who lost her life suddenly and tragically to gun violence in 2003. Yetu
Equity Residential stepped up for nine families displaced from their homes in the California wildfires. Fully-furnished apartments, at no cost, were provided as a safe and comfortable landing place for these families while they navigated next steps in their lives.
The Alton Apartments adds a dose of sophistication to the ever prosperous Irvine Business Complex. One block west of Jamboree Road, this location allows for quick access to I-5 and I-405. Residents can also enjoy the neighborhoodâ€™s central destinations, including the Diamond Jamboree Shopping Center and â€œThe District".
For anyone living in film focused regions, like around Hollywood, you probably walk down famous movie locations all of the time. As a resident of Equity you, might just be living at one!
Many of our apartment communities are film friendly and weâ€™ve worked with numerous teams that have produced commercials, television, and feature film.
340 Fremont Apartments is an exclusive residential development unmatched in the city of San Francisco. Designed by world-renowned Handel Architects, this 40-story tower will be a highlight of the city skyline and represent the ultimate in luxury living.