DELMAR — Adams Station Apartments has been a part of the Bethlehem community for nearly 30 years, and though just minutes away from suburbia life it continues to remain “a world apart.”
A turn down the tree-lined road of Juniper Drive allows a peek beyond the veil that hides this unique neighborhood from bustling town life. The saplings that once stood when the apartments were first opened are now mature, draping over a leafy canopy that marks the threshold between the two worlds.
“I think what sets Adams Station apart really is our natural setting,” said Samantha Raynor, property manager. She added that, though the complex is comprised of 282 units, it is spread out over 55 acres. Many of the living areas look out onto a thicket of woods. That rustic touch allows residents to maintain a sense of privacy while at home. “So, we’re not talking about high-density [residential property], where you’re looking into everyone’s backyard if you’re sitting out on your patio.”
Adams Station Apartments was designed to make one feel at home in a special place. The apartments have been given extra touches such as breakfast nooks, window seats, vaulted ceilings, and private patios and balconies. Featuring a number of amenities including a swimming pool, community garden, fitness club membership and two tennis courts.
Adams Station Apartments offers a pet-friendly environment, too.
Much of what makes the complex a neighborhood community is within minutes of a resident’s front door. A 10-minute bike ride takes one to the heart of town — Delmar’s Four Corners — for yoga, to grocery shop, to peruse for a new book or to just grab a cup of coffee. A trip downtown or to Crossgates Mall is a short walk to CDTA Park and Ride, too.
Adams Station Apartments accommodates family life, too. The complex resides within the acclaimed Bethlehem Central School District. Eagle Elementary is a five-minute bike ride away from home, as is Bethlehem Central High School. The district’s middle school, for grades six through eight, is just ten minutes away on two wheels.
Kids aren’t necessary to possess school spirit. Don your “orange and black” and walk to campus on a fall Friday night to take in a football game. It’s the hometown thing to do.
“Especially in the fall, once you have all the sporting activities outside,” said Raynor. “You can’t ignore the Orange and Black everywhere.”
Adams Station Apartments’ wooded setting features attractive two-story construction with one and two-bedroom floor plans offering amenities that include 24-hour maintenance, central air, cable and wireless internet, a clubhouse, swimming pool, sauna, community gardens, tennis courts and more.
The Spinney Group management team provides an online tenant portal that allows residents to pay rent over the internet, or set up an automatic payment schedule.
To learn more about Adams Station Apartments, and to inquire about vacancies, visit adamsstation.com or call 518-439-8857.
Michael Hallisey is managing editor of Spotlight Newspapers.