Kettler in the News

August 15, 2016


Kettler, one of greater Washington, D.C.’s leading real estate development and property management companies, announced today it has purchased the Bridges at Wind River, a 346-unit garden apartment community located in Brier Creek, North Carolina.

“Strategic growth is a primary focus for our organization and the 730 units we’ve acquired in the last 30 days is proof of that,” said Robert C. Kettler, Chairman and CEO of Kettler. “Access to major employment centers, the educated workforce and the growing demand for housing is extremely strong in this submarket and we’re excited about the opportunies here. We will continue our pursuit of value-add opportunities and look forward to continued success in this region.”

Located between Wake and Durham counties, Bridges at Wind River is conveniently located close to major arteries I-540 and I-40, allowing residents easy access to employement as well as access to neighboring cities Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.

Kettler has plans to complete renovations at the community to include several upgrades in the units as well as upgrading the existing resident amenities.

The property will be managed by Kettler Management, who currently oversees management of apartments in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions as well as Texas.


About Kettler

Kettler and Kettler Management are owners, operators, and developers of apartments, condominiums, and mixed-use projects in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Headquartered in Tysons, VA, the company has developed over 20,000 multifamily units, 5 million square feet of commercial space, more than 46,000 homes in 25 master-planned communities and many of the region’s premier mixed-use communities. Kettler Management successfully manages 30,000+ apartments for Kettler and 3rd party clients from Connecticut to South Carolina and Texas and offers a full range of services to corporate and institutional real estate owners. For more information, visit