The rent at The Chapman at Peninsula Town Center Apartments ranges from $1,006 for a one bedroom to a $2,040 three bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 54% more expensive than the Mercury Central average. This is a pet-friendly apartment.
This apartment is in the Mercury Central neighborhood in Hampton.
The Chapman at Peninsula Town Center Apartments has a Walk Score of 48 out of 100. This location is a Car-Dependent neighborhood so most errands require a car.
Nearby schools include Kempsville Elementary School, Kempsville RE-Education and Traep - Virginia Beach.
The closest grocery stores are Food Lion of Virginia Beach, Food Lion of Virginia Beach and Kroger Zone Office.
Nearby coffee shops include Coastal Cafe, Starbucks and Starbucks. There are five restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Chanello's Pizza, Pollard's Chicken at Witchduck and El Grand Rodeo.
The Chapman at Peninsula Town Center Apartments is near Hampton University.
There are minimal bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. The Chapman at Peninsula Town Center Apartments is somewhat bikeable, there is minimal bike infrastructure.
Peninsula Town Center will not only be a destination, it will be a place to call home. The Chapman will feature brand new luxury apartments above retail and restaurant space overlooking the town center and community parks.
Simply walking out the front door will open a pathway to a new world bustling with energy and excitement, and abundant in places to explore, shop and dine. To be truly at the center of it all, you can live in a luxury apartment in the heart of everything Peninsula Town Center has to offer, and discover the art of apartment living.
Location is everything. Ideally situated off of Interstate-64 in Hampton within a short distance of the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel, the preeminent thoroughfare in the region, The Peninsula Town Center will easily be the most visible new development in southeastern Virginia.