Beacon on 5th Apartments in Charlottesville are perfectly located for immediate access to the best Charlottesville has to offer, including UVA Grounds, Wegman’s grocery store, the Rivanna Trails and other parks and recreational opportunities. Our residents enjoy a unique balance of urban living in a picturesque setting with breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge foothills and the vibrant culture of Charlottesville, complete with art venues, delicious cuisine, entertainment excursions, textbook historical locations, and recreational opportunities for every age and taste.
Beacon on 5th Apartments are new rentals and offer an ideal home for all ages and lifestyles. Our luxury apartments are equipped with everything you could want or need in an urban residence, including the latest appliances, hardware and finishes. With a flexible variety of residences including one and two bedroom apartments, three bedroom townhomes, and loft-style Carriage House Apartments, Beacon on 5th Apartments has a floor plan to suit every preference. Our community offers pet-friendly apartments as well, welcoming your four-legged family members to enjoy the fun, too! Beacon on 5th Apartments is easily Charlottesville’s most enviable address.
No matter which apartment style you choose, you’ll fall in love with your new one, two, or three bedroom apartment in Charlottesville, equipped with luxurious amenities and design elements that are both thoughtful and functional.
One Bedroom Apartment
One Bedroom Apartment
Two Bedroom Apartment
Two Bedroom Apartment with Office
Three Bedroom Apartment with Garage
A Soothing, Neutral Color Palette
Modern Interior Surfaces Including Polished Metal, Wood, and Quartz
Sleek Granite Countertops
Conveniently-Located Washers and Dryers
Warm and Welcoming Hardwood-Style Flooring
Spacious Walk-In Closets
Largest State-of-the-Art Fitness Center in the Area
Resort-Style Swimming Pool is as Perfect for Swimming as it is for Lounging
Seasonal Events for Residents and Associates
You’ll enjoy access to a cultural experience complemented by the most notable dining, art, shopping and entertainment venues in Charlottesville. Don’t wait to start living your dreams at Beacon on 5th Apartments!
Beacon on 5th Apartments for Rent in Charlottesville, VA
Charlottesville has a large series of attractions and venues for its relatively small size. Visitors come to the area for wine and beer tours, ballooning, hiking, and world-class entertainment that perform at one of the area’s four larger venues. The city is both the launching pad and home of the Dave Matthews Band as well as the center of a sizable indie music scene.
The Charlottesville area was the home of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe. Monticello, Jefferson’s plantation manor, is located just a few miles from downtown. The home of James Monroe, Ash Lawn-Highland, is down the road from Monticello. About 25 miles northeast of Charlottesville lies the home of James and Dolley Madison, Montpelier. During the summer, the Ash Lawn-Highland Opera Festival is held at the downtown Paramount Theater with a performance at Ash Lawn-Highland.
The nearby Shenandoah National Park offers recreational activities, scenic mountains and hiking trails. Skyline Drive is a scenic drive that runs the length of the park, alternately winding through thick forest and emerging upon sweeping scenic overlooks. The Blue Ridge Parkway, a similar scenic drive that extends 469 miles south to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, terminates at the southern entrance of Shenandoah, where it turns into Skyline Drive. This junction of the two scenic drives is only 22 miles west of downtown Charlottesville.
Charlottesville’s downtown is a center of business for Albemarle County. It is home to the Downtown Mall, one of the longest outdoor pedestrian malls in the nation, with stores, restaurants, and civic attractions. The renovated Paramount Theater hosts various events, including Broadway shows and concerts. Local theatrics downtown includes Charlottesville’s community theater Live Arts. Outside downtown are the New Lyric Theatre and Heritage Repertory Theatre at UVA. Other attractions on the Downtown Mall are the Virginia Discovery Museum and a 3,500 seat outdoor amphitheater, the Sprint Pavilion (formerly the nTelos Wireless Pavilion). Court Square, just a few blocks from the Downtown Mall, is the original center of Charlottesville and several of the historic buildings there date back to the city’s founding in 1762.
Charlottesville is also home to the University of Virginia (most of which is legally in Albemarle County). During the academic year, more than 20,000 students come to Charlottesville to attend the university. Its main grounds are located on the west side of Charlottesville, with Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village, known as the Lawn, as the centerpiece. The Lawn is a long esplanade crowned by two prominent structures, The Rotunda (designed by Jefferson) and Old Cabell Hall (designed by Stanford White). Along the Lawn and the parallel Range are dormitory rooms reserved for distinguished students. The University Programs Council is a student-run body that programs concerts, comedy shows, speakers, and other events open to the students and the community, such as the annual “Lighting of the Lawn”. One block from The Rotunda, the University of Virginia Art Museum exhibits work drawn from its collection of more than 10,000 objects and special temporary exhibitions from sources nationwide. It is also home to the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School where all U.S. Army military lawyers, known as “JAGs”, take courses specific to military law.
Charlottesville is host to the annual Virginia Film Festival in October, the Charlottesville Festival of the Photograph in June, and the Virginia Festival of the Book in March. In addition, the Foxfield Races are steeplechase races held in April and September of each year. A Fourth of July celebration, including a Naturalization Ceremony, is held annually at Monticello, and a First Night celebration has been held on the Downtown Mall since 1982.