WEST BLOOMFIELD–Stellar Broadband, the fiber internet and technology service provider for multi-family communities in the Great Lakes region, has engaged with Hunter Pasteur, Soave Enterprises, and The Forbes Company to deliver high-end residential technologies and 10 gigabit fiber Internet service to The Apex complex.
Offering 212 new one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments in the summer of 2024, the developers say The Apex will offer the highest quality of finishes, amenities, and service available in the market.
“We are so grateful for our partnership with Soave, Hunter Pasteur, and The Forbes Company,” said Stellar President Richard Laing. “ Their commitment to a turnkey design and installation process that not only meets but exceeds the highest standards of resident expectations, sets a new benchmark for community technologies.”
Residents of Apex will enjoy the luxury of 10 gigabit fiber Internet in their apartments, robust, secure, and pervasive Wi-Fi across the community, integrated security with intercoms, keyless access with mobile credentials, and IP video surveillance, with an all-in-one app on their smartphones to streamline and automate every aspect of the resident lifecycle.
“Collaborating with Stellar, a recognized leader of turnkey multi-family technology, ensures that our commitment to delivering unparalleled innovations are not only cutting edge, but seamlessly integrates into every facet of our residents’ lives and management of our community! Brett Yuhasz, partner at Hunter Pasteur.
The first to bring gigabit fiber Internet to the apartment in Michigan and the first in the United States to bring 10 gigabit Internet to the apartment in student housing, Stellar serves 139 communities totaling over 10,000 residents with a wide range of technologies and services, from engineered and managed wireless to access controls and security.
Stellar was founded in 2001 as Spartan Net. More at www.stellarbb.com.