Indigo Apartments Celebrate Grand Opening in Redwood City

 

Redwood City, San Mateo Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Amy Buckmaster, PAULS Corporation President Paul Powers, Redwood City Councilmember Janet Borgens, Redwood City Manager Melissa Stevenson Diaz, and Assistant Redwood City Manager Aaron Aknin join Aimco's Chief Investment Officer John Bezzant, Chief Administrative Officer Miles Cortez and Aimco team members at the grand opening of Indigo Apartment Homes in Redwood City.

Redwood City, San Mateo Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Amy Buckmaster, PAULS Corporation President Paul Powers, Redwood City Councilmember Janet Borgens, Redwood City Manager Melissa Stevenson Diaz, and Assistant Redwood City Manager Aaron Aknin join Aimco’s Chief Investment Officer John Bezzant, Chief Administrative Officer Miles Cortez and Aimco team members at the grand opening of Indigo Apartment Homes in Redwood City.

REDWOOD CITY — Apartment Investment and Management Company (“Aimco”), City Councilmember Janet Borgens and members of the Redwood City, San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the February 23 grand opening of Indigo Apartment Homes in Redwood City.  Aimco, the owner and manager Indigo, acquired the community for $320 million and partnered with developer PAULS Corporation.

“We are thrilled to mark the grand opening of Indigo and its expansion of Aimco’s investment in the Bay area,” said Aimco Chief Investment Officer John Bezzant. “We are pleased to share this event with representatives of Redwood City who have welcomed us enthusiastically. Our Indigo residents take advantage of their outstanding location close to public transportation, major employers and a host of recreational opportunities within walking distance, and enjoy all of the comforts of upscale apartment living.”

“We appreciate Aimco’s investment in Redwood City and we welcome Indigo to this thriving neighborhood,” said Councilmember Borgens. “Our City continues to experience a renaissance and Aimco is playing a part in enhancing its economic vitality.”

Indigo is a ten-story luxury community of 463 well-appointed apartment homes featuring high ceilings, hardwood flooring, oversized windows, contemporary kitchens with designer hardwood cabinetry with several apartments accented by private patios or balconies. Indigo also offers 44 impeccably outfitted penthouse level units with exclusive 10th floor access, designer kitchens, top-flight finishes and spectacular views.

Rents are from $2,939 for studios to $5,939 per month for apartment with three bedrooms. The first residents moved into their new homes last July and the community is currently 80 percent leased.

Indigo’s premier location within downtown Redwood City is approximately 25 miles southeast of San Francisco and on the northern edge of Silicon Valley, with easy access to both via CalTrain and adjoining freeways.  Downtown Redwood City serves as a focal point of the larger surrounding residential community, with a thriving restaurant, entertainment, and cultural scene, as well as a growing community of technology related jobs.

Indigo offers residents extensive onsite amenities including an 18,000 square foot sundeck with a saltwater swimming pool, outdoor workout space and spa with an adjacent indoor fitness center including a yoga and spin studio.  Social gathering spaces include an open air cabana lounge with a fireplace and an outdoor theater.