COLLEGEVILLE, PA—Madison ApartmentGroup, the multifamily operating arm of Equus CapitalPartners, has broken ground for MadisonProvidence, a 240-unit class A property within one halfmile of the intersection of Routes 422 and 29.

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"Madison Providence will offer the most sought out amenities,the latest green building specifications and immediate access tosome of the region's best shopping and entertainment," says DanDiLella, president and CEO of Equus CapitalPartners. “This apartment community will help meetarea demand for high end apartment living with the convenience andbenefits of a suburban lifestyle.”

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Located within Providence Corporate Center, thecommunity expected to be complete in Spring 2015. MadisonProvidence will offer one- and two-bedroom luxuryapartment homes designed around a clubhouse and amenities center.Resident amenities will include the 5,580 square foot clubhousewith WiFi, cardio fitness center, billiards room and a dog washingstation. Additional onsite amenities will include a resort stylepool with sundeck, fire pit with outdoor seating, community gardensand a dog park.

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Madison Providence combines the best of suburban living withacross-the-street access to shopping, and dining atProvidence Town Center, the recently completed750,000 square foot retail center that includes both national andregional retailers including Wegman's,Best Buy, ULTA, Dick'sSporting Goods, PetSmart and LAFitness. The center also includes numerous restaurantssuch as P.F. Changs, OliveGarden, Panera,Starbucks, Red Robin and a movietavern. The apartment community is within one mile of several ofthe area's largest employers includingGlaxoSmithKline, QuestDiagnostics, Dow Chemical andWyeth Laboratories. The King of Prussia officemarket, the largest of Philadelphia's suburban markets, is just 10minutes away via the Route 422 Expressway.

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The community will consist of 12 two and three story buildingslocated on 26 acres. Every apartment home (1,014 square footaverage unit size) includes stainless steel appliances, granitecountertops, 9 foot ceilings, oversized windows, master bedroomsuites, high efficiency sustainable features and private balconiesand patios.

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