Capstone Building breaks ground on $51.4 million development

The Leo at Flint Crossing multifamily development is in Meridianville

A rendering of Leo at Flint Crossing.

Capstone Building Corp. and Advenir Oakley Capital LLC have broken ground on a new multifamily, $51.4 million development project, Leo at Flint Crossing, in Meridianville in Madison County.

Located a half-mile from Meridianville’s downtown and 10 miles from downtown Huntsville, Leo at Flint Crossing will contain 266 units of craftsman-style cottages that will be available in one-, two- or three-bedroom options. Included in the 25-acre complex are 108 garages and privacy fenced back yards.

Other amenities include a clubhouse, fitness center, saltwater pool, playground, gazebos and more.

Advenir Oakley Capital is the owner and developer. Capstone will serve as general contractor with Nequette Architecture and Design serving as architect.

“Capstone Building Corp. is excited to break ground on this multifamily housing project in Meridianville, Alabama, with developer Advenir Oakley Capital and architect Nequette,” said Jay Chapman, president and CEO of Capstone Building.

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Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Birmingham, Capstone Building has completed more than 119 projects in 22 states valued at more than $2 billion.

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