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Costal Ridge Real Estate and Halstatt Real Estate Partners will develop Stillwell Jerome, a build-for-rent community in central Ohio

Coastal Ridge Slates Build-for-Rent Project in Central Ohio 

Multifamily investment and development firm Coastal Ridge Real Estate is continuing the expansion of its Stillwell brand with a new project in Central Ohio. The firm will build 230 build-for-rent homes at Jerome Village, a master-planned community developed by Nationwide Realty Investors. 

“The Stillwell brand complements the lifestyle offered at Jerome Village,” said Jerimi Nuckolls, director of development at Coastal Ridge. Coastal Ridge launched the Stillwell brand earlier this year. Stillwell is being developed in a joint venture with Halstatt Real Estate Partners. 

“We’ve looked forward to the day when we could announce the Stillwell brand would be coming to the Central Ohio community,” said Andy Lallathin, managing partner at Coastal Ridge. “With so many of our Coastal Ridge team members located in Central Ohio and our corporate headquarters located in downtown Columbus, this project is of particular importance to our organization and development team.” 


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