BECO offers three excellent options for luxury lifestyle apartments in north Suffolk, VA, near Bridge Road and Interstate 664. Our apartment homes are designed for you! Pet-friendly, smoke-free communities with seasonal pool, 24-hour fitness center, club-house, business center, in-home laundry and high-speed internet. Utilities can also be included in rent for convenience.
Browse Apartments in Suffolk
Newly constructed apartments in a mixed-used development, these apartments are perfect for the walk-able lifestyle. Walk to your favorite coffee shop or dinner treat without leaving the neighborhood.
With apartment homes up to three bedrooms, Harbour Breeze offers more space to stretch out. Rent a garage for even more space and enjoy the lake-front walking trail with your four-leg friends.
Coming soon to the Bridgeport development, age restricted apartments for adults 55 or older. Apartment amenities include a library, activity rooms, screened porch, pet grooming area and more.
Living in Suffolk
Living in Suffolk doesn’t mean compromising on your lifestyle. BECO apartments are located near many great employers, parks, shops, dining, and entertainment options. Located along Bridge Road, just west of Interstate 664, if you live in Suffolk, you’re never far from all of Hampton Roads.
Enjoy easy access to the Naval Base, Newport News Shipyard and area colleges and universities.
This charming city is growing fast, with a 32 percent growth in population from 2000 to 2010 and contains over 86,000 residents, and is the largest city in Virginia. Modern housing, historic landmarks, and outdoor recreation all abound in Suffolk. City residents enjoy a rural, small-town atmosphere but still enjoy all of the amenities of big-city living. People who live in Suffolk apartments for rent experience a unique blend of new, vibrant business opportunities, but still hold on to the Southern hospitality that the city is famous for.
Suffolk, VA History
The indigenous Nansemond tribe lived along the river before the English colonists arrived founding the city in 1742, cultivating tobacco, cotton, and other agricultural crops. Originally a port at Constant’s Wharf at the head of the river a harbor connected the area plantations to the Chesapeake Bay. Peanuts grown in the region have been a major industry for the city, with Planters Peanuts establishing its business in 1912.