Arlington to Develop and Manage Tapestry Northridge Luxury Apartment Community in Jackson, MS

Arlington Properties announced that it has purchased land to build a luxury apartment community Tapestry Northridge, that will serve as part of the new mixed-use NorthRidge development in Jackson, Mississippi. The project, slated for 2020 occupancy, will have approximately 220 residential units featuring 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartment homes in a resort-style setting. Arlington Properties also created The District Lofts at The District at Eastover, and continues to manage this community.

“This is an iconic area of Jackson in need of more luxury apartment homes that appeal to professionals who desire upscale suburban living,” said David G. Ellis, executive vice president of development for Arlington Properties. “With that in mind, we are creating a resort-style experience minutes from downtown and near the thriving Ridgeland area, emphasizing outdoor gathering and entertaining spaces, fire pits and grilling stations, an urban garden, and dining terraces with comfortable seating.”

Tapestry Northridge will be built over 14 acres on the previous Colonial Country Club, serving as a cornerstone of a 153-acre mixed use development. When completed, the community will offer an outdoor dining and gaming lawn, cyber cafe, fitness center, yoga room, outdoor pavilion with big screen TVs and fireplace, cabanas, a grilling station, urban garden, outdoor seating lounge, grand lawn, and a pet spa and dog park. Additional amenities for the apartment community will include a luxury clubhouse, fitness center, pet park, pool and other services and amenities.


Arlington Properties, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, is a leader in the acquisition, development, redevelopment and management of multifamily and mixed-use properties. Founded in 1969, the stability and longevity of the company’s associates creates satisfying long-term relationships with owners, residents, and investors. Arlington Properties has market experience in 14 states and effectively manages over 16,000 units.