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Vermont village life in modern and efficient apartments.


All Rentals are through 'Real Property Management Sterling'.

Check Current Availability.


We have 14 residential units at the Creamery and since launch (March 2020) the availability has been limited. We are unable to provide guidance for timelines or estimates to availability for the future. 

Join the Waitlist.

We understand the tightness of the housing market and want to provide efficient ways to find housing. If there are no available units or the wrong size for your needs, please submit a request to be added to the waitlist.


Please note that we are not aware of openings more than 45 days in advance. So if you are looking for dates more than 45 days in advance, we recommend that you check back closer to the start.

What size apartment are you interested in?

Thank you for joining the Waitlist!

About Creamery Residential Units

We have 14 residential units at the Creamery ranging from studios, 1 bedrooms to 2 bedrooms. The rental rates range from $1025-$2,600 based on size. 

All apartments include the following:​

  • Solar Powered

  • High ceilings and large windows

  • Individual storage units for bikes, skis and other necessary toys

  • Off Street Parking

  • On site laundry

  • Pets Allowed based on approval and additional fees. See policy below. 

  • Rental Rates include all utilities except for Electricity and Internet.

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New, Modern Apartments


  • Open plan living

  • Modern, energy efficient appliances

  • Tiled bathrooms 

  • High ceilings and large windows

  • On site laundry facility

  • Elevator

  • ADA compliant apartments

  • Energy efficient cooling and heating

Convenient Perks


  • Individual storage units for all your toys 

  • Off-Street Parking

  • Bicycle Storage

  • Green power stations

  • Walking paths on Winnoski estuary 

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We are committed to offering housing that is affordable.

Based on the Richmond Town Plan, Housing Survey (2021) and well documented guidance on providing healthy and enjoyable housing, we are committed to offering a range of different rental housing options at the Creamery.  These range from small studios to larger multi-bedrooms with outdoor space (future buildings). This encourages a diverse residential community and supports individuals based on different needs and income.  Included in this commitment is the following:

  • Offering units that are 80% (or below) average medium income for Chittenden County according to the Vermont Housing Finance Agency. Please note we offer these subsidized units without grants or 3rd party financing and therefore, it is subject to change based on financial capabilities to offer. 

  • Providing units that range in sizes that support individuals and families.

  • Supporting movements within existing units to encourage long term tenancy and community involvement.

  • Providing ADA and accessible units. 

  • In future buildings, we have designed units that will have outdoor space (patios and balconies) to support families. Also, we have designed single level living for elderly or ADA.

Animal Kingdom

Pet Policy

The Creamery welcomes pets as they make our lives full of love and laughter. We do have a few rules and expectations for our furry friends & their parents:

  • Pets must be approved prior to lease being issued.

  • Tenants must pay additional security deposit of $300 and additional monthly fee of $30. Additional pets are subject to $100 security and $10 per pet.

  • Pets must be spayed, neutered and wear proper identification. Pets must be housebroken and on a leash in any common space in the building.

  • The building has a maximum number of dogs that will be allowed in the building. Once that maximum has been achieved additional pets will not be allow until there is an opening. 

  • Tenant shall be liable to the owner for all damages or expenses arising out of the actions of the pet and shall hold Landlord and his agents and employees harmless from all liability or loss arising out of the actions of the pet.

  • Tenant shall prevent the pet from becoming an annoyance to, or source of discomfort or complaints from, other tenants of the building or complex, or neighbors. If complaints are received, the Landlord will investigate. If on the rare occasion the Landlord determines it is the best interest of the community or property to revoke the Pet Agreement, the Landlord has sole discretion and may require the pet to be removed within 30 days of written notice. 

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