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A partnership between a Michigan-based ISP and a property management company is set to deliver a variety of technological solutions to a luxury apartment complex under construction near Michigan State University.

By: Brad Randall, Broadband Communities

Advanced security systems, keyless entry via mobile devices and IP video surveillance are just some of the amenities a new collaboration aims to offer residents while setting a new standard for residential technology.

According to an announcement from Stellar Broadband about its partnership with DTN Management Company, a property management firm, the residential community, called Newton Place Apartments, is scheduled to open in fall 2024.

The partnership between Stellar and DTN is part of a suite of services and will also provide residents of Newton Place Apartments with 10 gigabit fiber internet and comprehensive Wi-Fi coverage, according to Stellar's April 30 announcement.

“Newton Place will offer residents modern luxury apartment homes, excellent access to major employers and state-of-the-art amenities, including the best the Internet has to offer,” said Denise Todd, director of marketing for DTN, according to Stellar's announcement.

Richard Laing, president of STELLAR Broadband, said the partnership underscores how his company has become the multi-dwelling unit (MDU) market leader over the past two decades.

“Our ongoing collaborations with notable companies like DTN Management underscore our commitment to innovation and excellence in improving the resident experience and shaping the future of community living,” he said.

The new community in Haslett, Michigan will be just minutes from Lake Lansing, restaurants and retail stores.

STELLAR Broadband currently operates in nearly 140 communities in Michigan, while DTN operates 115 residential communities and nearly one million square feet of commercial and retail space, according to a summary of the company's operations Michigan.


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