May 24, 2023 - Development

Camp North End’s first apartments are set for 2025 opening

Camp North End apartments. Rendering: Courtesy of Dwell Design Studio

Construction has begun on the first apartment development at Camp North End.

Why it matters: Camp North End, a sprawling adaptive reuse development off North Graham, has evolved from a missile assembly plant in its early days to a modern neighborhood destination, filled with popular restaurants, office space, entertainment and shopping.

  • Soon people will live there, too.

Details: The multifamily development, called Kinship East and Kinship West, will include 301 new apartments across two buildings on the southwest part of Camp North End’s 76-acre campus.

  • The project is a partnership between ATCO Properties & Management, Tishman Capital Partners, Highmore and Blueprint Local.
  • The property will include a range of apartment sizes, types and price points, ATCO said in a statement.
  • Amenities include an outdoor pool and lounge area, gas grills and fire pits, a fitness center, a communal kitchen, a conference room and work-from-home spaces, bike storage and a shared rooftop space with skyline views.

Between the lines: Kinship West will include seven so-called “live-work” units where residents can operate a ground-floor retail storefront. These units will have store entrances on the main street, with separate private residential entrances on the buildings interior, per ATCO.

  • Kinship West will also have 10 so-called “cluster apartments,” or a total of 39 three- and four-bedroom furnished residences with modern shared kitchens and living spaces.

Of note: ATCO says once all of Camp North End’s apartments are completed, at least 7% of them will be set aside as affordable housing, or for individuals who make 80% of the area’s median income. At Kinship, this includes 22 units.

Timeline: The Kinship apartments will be complete in 2025.


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