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Dorm vs. Apartment: Which to Choose?

Joseph Coupal - Monday, November 13, 2017

Foxridge apartments, Blacksburg, VAThe choice between living on- or off-campus can be as difficult as choosing which college to attend. Just as you debated the pros and cons of each college campus, similar consideration should be given to your housing choice. For incoming freshmen, the choice will probably be made for you. But if you are a sophomore or upperclassman, you might want to consider living off-campus. Before you make a decision, let’s take a look at what each option has to offer.

Dorm Life

  • Utilities Included - Unlike apartments, the Internet, telephone, cable, water, and electricity is typically free in a dorm. Some colleges may charge a small connection fee for cable or Internet, but it’s not nearly as expensive as the monthly fees you would pay in an apartment.
  • Social Life – Most college dorms have planned social activities each month that help students meet new people and make new friends. There are several campus activities, usually within walking distance of your dorm. For example, you might be able to go to a football game, watch a movie, or attend a club function. Don’t forget, most campus activities are also free to students!
  • Resident Advisor (RA) – Someone is always on staff at the dorms to handle emergencies or to lend a shoulder to cry on after a hard day. Think of your RA as a combination of building superintendent and your big brother/sister.
  • Less Chores – Many students who live on-campus also purchase a meal plan. This means you don’t have to cook or clean any dishes! The college may also provide cleaning services for the common areas and community bathrooms, so you’ll only be responsible for making your bed and washing your clothes. • Free Amenities – Some college dormitories come equipped with game rooms, pool tables, and a large-screen TVs for watching movies or sports.

Apartment Living

  • Privacy – Let’s face it, it’s nearly impossible to have any privacy in a dorm. Apartments provide much more privacy. Even if you choose a 'shared' apartment arrangement, which are popular at communities near college campuses, you will typically have a private bedroom and bathroom.
  • Fewer Rules – In the dorm, you will have very strict codes of conduct and possibly even a curfew. When you live in an apartment, you can come and go as you please, often with fewer restrictions on what you can do within your own space. Another advantage is less surprise inspections. Although the apartment manager may have access to your space at any time, he/she will typically notify you in advance. Dorm inspections can happen any time and occur frequently.
  • More Space - In most cases, your apartment will have much more space than your dorm. You’ll have a full kitchen, a living area, a bedroom, and a private bathroom. In the dorm, you’ll be lucky to have enough space for your bed and a desk.
  • Food is Cheaper – In many cases, shopping for groceries and making your own meals is cheaper than the campus meal plans or ordering fast food. On-campus, you have fewer options for meals and you are at the mercy of the cafeteria’s hours. Living in an apartment gives you the option of more menu choices and you can eat whenever you feel hungry.
  • Entertain Guests – Unlike the dormitory, you won’t have to ask permission of the RA or your roommate to have a guest over for dinner or to spend the night. Parties are also easier to host off-campus, but keep in mind your neighbors will not take kindly to loud music at all hours of the night.

Before deciding which option may be best for you, consider all the costs associated with both living arrangements. Each will offer different challenges and perks, but both will help guide you on your path toward adulthood and parent-free living. In the battle between dorm and apartment living, there’s really no wrong or right answer; it’s a personal choice every college student will need to make.

For more information on apartments in Blacksburg, VA for students, contact Foxridge.



Veterans will Soon Shop Tax-Free

Joseph Coupal - Friday, November 10, 2017

Foxridge Apartment, Blacksburg, VAIf you are part of the ROTC program at Virginia Tech, you may come from a family of veterans or you may know veterans. Either way, you'll be interested to know that starting later this year, all honorably discharged veterans, no matter their branch of service, will be eligible to shop tax-free online at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service with the same discounts they enjoyed on base while in the military. It’s the latest way in which the organization is trying to keep its customers as the armed forces shrink and airmen and soldiers buy more for delivery.

Adding 13 million potential new customers will give extra ammunition to the group that runs the stores on U.S. Army and Air Force bases worldwide as it fights Amazon and other retailers for veterans’ online shopping dollars.

Since hiring its first civilian CEO five years ago, the Exchange has upgraded the brands at base stores to include items like Disney toys, Michael Kors fashions and other top names. Like private stores, it’s also imposed tighter cost controls, reduced the number of employees and improved people’s experience on the website.

“The intent is to really beat Amazon at their game because we have locations literally on the installations,” said CEO Tom Shull. “We’re leaning toward not just ship-from-store but pick-up-from-store and eventually deliver-from-store.”

The Exchange is adding shipping centers within its stores to allow it to send products directly from those locations more cheaply and quickly. Twenty-six stores now ship orders, and that will expand to 55 by the end of the year.

Within the next three years, Shull said the goal is to deliver something on base within two hours of when it is ordered. That’s possible partly because the Exchanges are already on base, cleared by security.

The Exchange delivers most orders on the second day now. Shull said shipping from stores will make a big difference in regions around bases, which are often in more rural areas.

Expanding online shopping to all honorably discharged veterans is expected to add about $200 million annually within three years to the $8.3 billion in sales the Exchanges generated last year.

Adding those shoppers, what Shull called “the foundation of our growth,” is critical to help offset the 13 percent decline in the number of active-duty Army and Air Force soldiers since 2011 when the Exchange generated $10.3 billion revenue.

“It’s a modest benefit, but it can save you thousands of dollars a year,” said Shull, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy who served in the Army for a decade before starting a retail career at chains including Macy’s.

Former Marine Forrest Cornelius was among the first to sign up at the verification website when it launched in June, and got a chance to start shopping early to test it out. The 51-year-old was impressed by the site and a deal he found on Ray-Ban sunglasses.

“The biggest thing is price. They’re always going to be a little bit cheaper,” said Cornelius, who lives in Dallas.

But competing on price in today’s retail environment is increasingly difficult, said Edward Jones analyst Brian Yarbrough. Just look at how much trouble Walmart has competing with Amazon, he said, because Walmart has the fixed costs associated with its stores.

“To think you’re going to compete on price, you’re going to have a hard time there,” he said.

Under Shull’s leadership, the Exchange stores have traded their industrial feel and reliance on off-brand merchandise for a more modern look featuring well-known labels.

Two-thirds of the main Exchange store at Offutt Air Force Base resembles any department store, with prominent displays of name-brand makeup, Nike fitness gear and Carter’s clothes for kids. The rest is filled with the kind of electronics, appliances, housewares and toys found at Walmart or Sears, with major brands in every section.

The Exchanges don’t pay rent for their military base locations, and the government transports some of their supplies and goods to far-flung locations, but otherwise they operate mostly like an independent retailer. Roughly two-thirds of the employees are family members of soldiers or airmen.

The Exchange, which is part of the Defense Department, reported earnings of $384 million last year. That’s a sharp contrast from five years ago when Shull arrived to projections of $180 million in losses.

Of last year’s profit, $225 million was returned to the defense department to help pay for quality-of-life programs on bases like child development and fitness centers. Besides the main stores, the Exchanges also operate more than 70 movie theaters and bring in franchise restaurants and other vendors for the shopping malls it operates on bases.

Shull feels those are good reasons for the new online shopping privileges to draw veterans to do their shopping there.

“Veterans value the cost savings and what they can do to support the military,” he said.


Living in Blacksburg, VA: What you Need to Know

Joseph Coupal - Monday, October 23, 2017

Foxridge Apartment, Blacksburg, VALooking to move to Blacksburg, VA? Below is everything you want to know about the key factors that could make this the best place for you, including things to do. Let’s start with the basics: Blacksburg, VA is located in Montgomery County. It has a population of 43,530, the median age is 22, and the town is very ethnically diverse.

What about cost of living in Blacksburg, VA? The median income in Blacksburg, VA is $31,936 and the median home value is $275,400 while the median rent for a one bedroom apartment is $935. This should give you a pretty good idea of its affordability. Blacksburg, VA is also the perfect place to break in your new shoes, because Blacksburg is very walkable.

Places to Eat in Blacksburg, VA
The Blacksburg, VA restaurants range from pizza places, wing joints, to late night burger spots.

History and Arts in Blacksburg, VA
When it comes time to taking in local culture, both past and present, the choices are plentiful

Sports and Recreation in Blacksburg, VA
Sports and recreation in Blacksburg, VA consists of softball, many hiking trails, rugby, and more.

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Looking for Apartment Homes in Blacksburg, VA?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Foxridge Apartment , Blacksburg, VAIf you are looking for an apartment in Blacksburg, VA bordered by history and nightlife look no further than Foxridge Apartments. Attractive and convenient, we are minutes to shopping, dining, recreation, and Virginia Tech. At Foxridge Apartments experience firsthand what it means to be “uniquely vintage!” Take advantage of our expansive outdoor spaces or  our many amenities to find secret study spots or meetup with your friends for a game of cornhole or volleyball. Living here means you can enjoy all of Blacksburg’s hidden treasures, and the town’s best dining and entertainment venues that even the most cost conscious student will appreciate!

We have various apartment floor plans with luxurious apartment amenities. Our one-bedroom apartments are a roomy 725 sq ft, and we even offer five bedroom apartments with 1,998 spacious sq ft. We encourage you to make an appointment, and see what Foxridge Apartments and Blacksburg have to offer.

Considered a Great Place to Retire, a Great State to Live In, and a Great College Town while surrounded by natural beauty, Blacksburg is home to restaurants, dynamic nightlife, historic landmarks, cultural entertainment, and recreational opportunities. We boast beautiful weather as well as local events and happenings throughout the year.

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Some Fun Things To Do in Blacksburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Foxridge Apartment, Blacksburg, VAThis is the quintessential university town with plenty to do and equally attractive to college students, young professionals, retirees, and weekenders.If you live in our apartments in Blacksburg, VA here are some fun things to do around the area.

Downtown Blacksburg - Blacksburg has more students than it does permanent residents. The heart of downtown is Main Street, which features numerous bars, restaurants, and shops that cater to both the students and locals. The central business district is only about six blocks long, so it makes for an easy stroll. Downtown is cozy and relaxing: forget about making plans and go explore it for a while.

College Sports - Blacksburg draws large crowds on game weekends. Even if you are not a fan, the energy and atmosphere is an awesome experience. There’s tailgating and parties after every game, win or lose. Basketball is also gaining popularity. Going to a VT basketball game is no longer an easy ticket go get: schools like Duke, UNC, NC State and Wake Forest play here, all in a facility that gives you the up-close feel of a high school gymnasium. Games (and hotels) sell out quickly during big game weekends.

Also check out the 1774 Smithfield Plantation House, one of the first large farms established in Southwestern Virginia. Filled with early American history, the plantation house is now owned and run as a museum. For more fun, visit Adventure World skating rink or Crimper’s Indoor Climbing Gym in nearby Christiansburg. Or, during the summer spend a lazy day tubing on the beautiful New River.

Art, more than a form of expression, is a way of life in Blacksburg. On any given night, one can experience the lively music of Sidewalk Stage along College Avenue, out of this world shopping and dining, a show at the historic Lyric Theatre, or a world class performance at the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech. For the late nighters, the fun continues with everything from Funk to Rock and Roll at some of Blacksburg’s infamous watering holes.

Just around the block is Market Square Park where the farm to table experience comes to life and the talents of artisans throughout the valley are celebrated on Wednesdays and Saturdays during the warm weather months. Wednesday evenings in the summer brings out the talents and revelry of heritage music and dance at the Market Square Jam.


Tips That Make Moving to Blacksburg, VA Easy and Fun!

Joseph Coupal - Monday, October 02, 2017

Foxridge, Blacksburg, VAMoving to a new place can be so overwhelming. There always seems to be that time when the furniture is moved in, the utilities are hooked up, the address changed and you sit back and go, “OK, I’m here…now what?”

Here are 10 things that will really help you become familiar with your new surroundings if you are moving to an apartment in Blacksburg, VA.

1. Take the 16 Blocks walking tour. It’s a great way to learn about the history of Blacksburg and get some exercise as well.

2. Sign up for the Blacksburg Citizens Institute. Offered once per year, this is a fantastic way to learn all about the various town departments, how the town operates and also the great amenities available.

3. Pick up copies of the Blacksburg and Montgomery County Parks and Rec guides. These can be found at the local libraries, town/county offices as well as the recreation venues themselves. There are many ongoing classes and activities; some of which provide insight into your new area.

4. Sign up for a Virginia Tech campus tour. They’re free and give you a great overview of the campus. While you may not be affiliated with the University, it is an integral part of our community and offers many benefits for town residents.

5. Go get a library card. We have a great library system in Montgomery County. The libraries are modern, spacious and rarely crowded. In addition, they offer e-books and even e-readers for check out.

6. Blacksburg Farmers Market

7. Sign up for Blacksburg Alerts. This is a town-run notification system which keeps you updated on road closures, meetings, construction updates, and inclement weather. You can customize your account to receive only the alerts in which you are interested.

8. Follow DTBlacksburg on Twitter. Every day, they let us know about specials, events and news going on in our town.

9. If you have kids in the Montgomery County School System, sign up for Cafe Prepay, a system which lets you put funds into your students’ school meal account (no more bringing cash to school for lunch!). Also, make sure your school puts you on the email distribution list.

10. Become a supporter of The Lyric theater. For just $30 annually, you and your family can receive a 50% discount on all movie tickets plus advance registration privileges for special events. It’s also tax deductible!

Take your time. Things tend to move slower here than in many places. If you expect a fast pace, you will be let down, so just learn to take it easy and enjoy your new surroundings!

On a side note, there is also a group for new residents; the Blacksburg Newcomers Club.


Fall Festival Fun Around Blacksburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 25, 2017

Foxridge, Blacksburg, VABlacksburg is located in the northern Blue Ridge Highlands and is home to Virginia's 2nd largest public university, Virginia Tech. Residents of our beautiful town can walk the campus, visit the popular Moss Arts Center, visit galleries and performances or take a leisurely stroll through Downtown Blacksburg to window shop. You can also tour Smithfield Plantation, built in 1773. Enjoy beautiful vistas and the artisanal touch of this cultural crossroad and go to town!

Fall Festivals

Here are some events in and around town that those who live in apartments in Blacksburg, VA will enjoy.

Bristol - Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion is a three day music festival held annually in downtown Bristol. The festival showcases the past, present, and future of everything Appalachia, all held in the city that is known as the Birthplace of Country Music.

Richmond -The Richmond Folk Festival features more than 30 performing groups on seven live stages with continuous music and dance performances, along with a Virginia Folk life demonstration area, children's activities, a folk arts marketplace, regional and ethnic foods, and much more. Admission is free!

Norfolk - The Annual Town Point Virginia Wine Festival presented by AT&T, Hampton Roads' most anticipated Wine Festival of the fall season in Town Point Park along the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront. This fall festival favorite will showcase over 200 of Virginia's finest wine varieties and encapsulate the elegant flavor and flair of the region.

Weekends in October in Syria -Graves' Mountain Apple Harvest Festival - Come and see nature's way of blanketing the mountains with beautiful fall colors as you enjoy local food, bluegrass music, a hay maze, hayrides, and plenty of other fun-filled activities for the entire family.

Ferrum - Experience what life in the Blue Ridge is like, both now and in the past, at Ferrum College's Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, which celebrates western Virginia's folkways. The festival includes four music and storytelling stages, two dozen Blue Ridge foods, 50+ old-time crafts, and much more.

Urbanna - This is the 60th Anniversary of "The Official Oyster Festival of the Commonwealth!" - the Urbanna Oyster Festival. Come by BOAT or come by LAND because we have got everything oyster and more! The charming Town of Urbanna closes it's streets for this big celebration of oysters. This is where the Oyster Trail Began...

Charlottesville - The Virginia Film Festival has been celebrating the magic of the movies and inspiring audiences for over 28 years. Every autumn, the Festival showcases celebrated new features and documentaries, fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and local filmmakers from right here in Virginia.

Williamsburg – Don’t miss out on the 2017 Williamsburg Taste Festival. We invite you to eat, drink and learn in Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown, with 35+ culinary inspired events highlighting Virginia's Finest.

Richmond - Fire, Flour & Fork is a four-day culinary event, organized by Real Richmond Food Tours, celebrating the best the Richmond region has to offer: its complex history, its rich artistic community and its established and rising culinary stars.


Things to do in Blacksburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 18, 2017

Foxridge, Blacksburg, VAIf you live in an apartment in Blacksburg, VA and are looking for some fun and different things to do, here are a few ideas in an around town.

Blacksburg Dog Park - 2100 Toms Creek Road

Enjoy the park with your furry friend from sunrise to sunset. Dogs must have a current dog license and wear an owner identification tag at all times.

Mountain Lake Conservancy - 115 Hotel Circle, Pembroke

This is a mountain top getaway just 30 minutes north of Blacksburg. Enjoy hiking, biking, tennis, wagon rides, outdoor recreation, and family entertainment.

Mabry Mill - 266 Mabry Mill SE, Meadows of Dan, Virginia 24120

A special and unique part of history is found at Mabry Mill. Originally built in 1910, the historic water-powered grist mill, sawmill and nearby blacksmith shop provide the visitor with a view of pioneer life along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Nellie’s Cave Park

A 10 acre park in Blacksburg featuring a soccer field, basketball court, T-ball field, playground, horseshoe pits, picnic tables/shelters, barbecue grills, bleachers, benches, walking trails and restrooms.

Claytor Lake State Park Pulaski

It's an ideal setting for boating, swimming, camping, hiking and picnicking. Sport fishing is especially popular. Boating supplies, fuel and refreshments are available at the marina. Twelve cabins overlook the 4,500-acre lake.

New River Trail State Park

A "Rails to Trails" project, the New River Trail State Park meanders through southwestern Virginia and parallels the scenic and historic New River for 39 miles. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, and boating are just some of the possibilities.

Pandapas - 3151 Pandapas Pond Road, Montgomery County

An 8-acre man-made pond that features warm-water fishing and canoeing. A one-mile circuit trail goes around the pond, and several other popular Jefferson National Forest trails connect to it.

Virginia Tech Duckpond - Duckpond Road, Blacksburg

A perfect place to picnic, the duck pond has picnic tables, park benches and a gazebo. It is located on the Virginia Tech Campus in Blacksburg.

Hahn Horticulture Gardens

The Hahn Horticulture Garden encompasses nearly six acres of teaching and display gardens on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Established in 1984 by Horticulture faculty, the garden serves undergraduate students and the local community as a learning resource for plant material, landscaping concepts, and environmental awareness.

Downtown Blacksburg

At the Heart of Your Kind of Town

There’s always something to do in downtown Blacksburg, home to excellent food, interesting boutiques and art galleries, the local farmers market, and the historic Lyric Theatre, which screens films and hosts all sorts of performances and events.

Pedestrian-friendly Main Street is lined with a variety of restaurants, many of them regularly offering live music. The weekly jam sessions at Market Square Park are especially popular. The area’s night life features activities for all ages: comedy shows, live performances, outdoor movies, special happy hours, and community gatherings.


Financial Steps to Take When You Start College

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Foxridge, Blacksburg, VAAs students start college this year, they face new freedom and responsibility. A college finance consultant tells CNBC that for most students, starting college is a "first step towards financial independence."

Over 44 million Americans hold a total of $1.4 trillion in student loan debt and it takes them, on average, 20 years to pay off those loans. In order to master the transition and not fall into dangerous amounts of debt, students need to remain disciplined and organized.

These six steps can help any incoming student start college off on the right foot and prepare for their financial future.

Create a budget

The first step, of course, is for kids to start to manage the money they have on their own. Create a budget. It may be the first time a college student has seriously looked at the numbers.

The next part of creating your budget it to track your expenses. What can be helpful, especially for kids who have never done this before is to try tracking their expenses for the first 30 days to see, "Where am I spending my money?"

Cut costs

Contrary to popular belief, there are many ways college students can cut costs. Even though your parents may be paying the bulk of the bill, there are also decisions that you can make that are going to make a difference in what they end up having to pay.

One of the biggest ways to save money is on transportation. Don't take a car to college. It is one of the biggest expenses for students. Most campuses have good public transportation systems, so if you can avoid taking a car, that's going to save money on insurance and the cost of parking.

Students can also save money by choosing affordable housing options. In many college towns, off-campus apartments are often less expensive than paying room and board and fees at school. Also, the more roommates you have, the better as far as monthly rent and bills.

In order to save money on expensive text books, check the college library for copies that can be borrowed. Also, look into renting textbooks online or through the university book store.

And instead of subsisting off of ramen noodles for weeks on end, try to make the most of an affordable meal plan. It will be better for the physical and financial health in the long run.

Keep your parents in the loop

Most students pay for college with the help of a parent or family member.

The families that are the most successful are those families who approach it as a team.

Parents have got to be in the conversation with their kid about what their responsibilities are. When students do not fulfill their responsibilities, it is important that they learn the hard way. If your kids mess up, you have to let them mess up and not bail them out immediately, which can be really hard.

It's the students' college experience, but students need to be communicating with parents and working with parents to make decisions that are good for them and good for everyone.

In order to promote this communication and transparency, students will need to give parents access to their financial records. Students have to grant permission to their parents to see certain parts of their records. They want to give access to the bill so they are sure that their parents are seeing it and taking care of things.

Explore campus jobs

Having a campus job is one way for students to cover personal expenses and help contribute financially to their degree. The type of job you can get depends on whether work-study is included in your financial aid package, but even students who aren't awarded work-study may be able to find paid work on campus.

In order to see what your options are, set a meeting with your college's student employment office and find what kind of jobs you are eligible to apply for. Networking with older students is also a great way to learn about the best opportunities on campus.

If finding campus work is proving challenging, there is one place that is always hiring: the cafeteria. Sometimes you have to be willing to take the less glamorous job, but making some of your own money can really give you independence.

Research from the National Center for Education Statistics indicates that students who work have better grades. There is other research that shows that kids who work a reasonable amount do better academically, because it helps them structure their time and is a good non-academic way to connect with people on campus.

Avoid scams

Companies and banks often see college students as impressionable consumers. When getting to campus, students should be careful about the products and services that are advertised to them.

In 2009, the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act banned banks from aggressively marketing credit cards and financial products on college campuses. However, this regulation does not stop banks from actively pursuing college students.

There are regulations that are still in effect but students still need to do a little bit of homework. A lot of times these companies have marketing deals with the campus that make them look like the 'school approved' product, but it doesn't necessarily mean that the school has made sure that those products are in fact the best products for their students.

Establish credit

One of the most important financial steps that students must make is one of the hardest —establishing a credit history. One of the factors in a credit score is the length of credit history. You want to get things started as soon as you can so that when you graduate, you already have some established credit.

It can be particularly difficult for students to get a credit card because they often have no previous financial record. Unless students have really significant part-time job income, it can be difficult to get an actual credit card on their own.

Once you have a credit card, it is important to stay on top of all payments. Being responsible and consistent with your account is the only way to make sure that a credit card pays off. It is also a crucial lesson for all students as they begin the next stage of their adult lives.

For more information on off-campus apartments in Blacksburg, VA, contact Foxridge.


Living in Blacksburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Foxridge, Blacksburg, VAThe home of the Hokie Nation, Blacksburg is where Virginia Tech University comes to study and play in western Virginia. The scenery in the mountains is spectacular, and so are the recreation possibilities. Blacksburg is a great college town and an excellent place to live. The population is growing, about 44,000 people live here. There are 2 shopping malls: the University Mall and the New River Valley Mall. There are more than 500 acres of parks, an aquatic center, and a Community Center.

What is special about Blacksburg

Best thing about Blacksburg is being the home of Virginia Tech University in the beautiful mountains of western Virginia. There is always something going on around campus and the town has the advantages of a college town. The Hokies are an especially proud university with tremendous success in the classroom and athletic fields. Blacksburg Electronic Village.

Who will like living in Blacksburg

People who want to live in a college town in Virginia will probably like it in Blacksburg. It offers a quiet lifestyle rather than a hectic one.


Blacksburg is in southwestern Virginia near the mountains. Winters can be chilly at times, summers are not as hot as other parts of Virginia.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

The Lyric Theatre and Armory Art Gallery are in Blacksburg. Virginia Tech provides cultural and sports entertainment for the town. There are also several festivals throughout the year, such as the International Street Fair & Parade and Steppin' Out.

For more information on apartments in Blacksburg, VA, contact Foxridge.


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