A developer, Humanities Foundation, has started construction on a $16 million senior apartment community in Spotsylvania Courthouse.

Plans for the Keswick Senior Apartments include 100 units for seniors 55 and older. The four-story building will feature a number of amenities including a security system, community space, business center, exercise room, gazebo and a garden area.

The complex is part of Jarrell Properties’ Keswick development that is planned to include 700 townhouses, single family houses and apartments integrated with open spaces and walking trails.

The project is being built on 2.8 acres, which was purchased for $2.2 million.

—Amanda Vicinanzo

Amanda Vicinanzo: 540/735-1975