Cypress Village opens in Fair Bluff

Cypress Village Apartments in Fair Bluff is now open for business.
Cypress Village Apartments in Fair Bluff is now open for business. (Submitted photo)

Cypress Village apartments in Fair Bluff recently held its grand opening. The complex was purchased and remodeled by father and son investors, Kyle and Jonathan Cox of Tabor City.  

In attendance were both Coxes, Fair Bluff town officials, County commissioners Brent Watts and Rickey Bullard, officials from ATMC, county manager Eddie Madden, as well as Representatives from Congressman David Rouzer’s office and Dep. Leader of N.C. House of Representatives Brenden Jones and many citizens and other dignitaries. The Cox family invested in this community because they saw an immediate need for housing in Fair Bluff. 

Kyle Cox said it was an honor to be a part of the ceremony, and that he and his son Jonathan were “more than happy to help out the good folks of Fair Bluff.” 

Jones thanked the Cox family, and spoke on the trials the town has undergone over the past few years, including both destructive hurricanes. 
Cypress Village is ready for occupancy and staff is taking applications.


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