Newport News, Virginia

Historic, Not Dated

Step outside of the ordinary and into a luxury apartment for rent at Alta Citizen. Situated in picturesque and historic Newport News, Virginia, our apartments down the road from Oyster Point are close to everything you love about Coastal Virginia living. Visit the birthplace of American history in nearby Colonial Williamsburg or stay closer to home and treat yourself to a day of shopping at Tech Center or Patrick Henry Mall. We also provide a great base for those employed by Jefferson Labs, Ferguson, and Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding.

When you want to go out to eat or pick up groceries, our neighborhood has that covered, too. Stop in at Whole Foods to load up on fresh organic produce or Toast the Coast on the Beer, Wine, and Shine Trail. From renowned vineyards to the state’s best microbreweries and distilleries, there’s something for everyone in Newport News.

Alta Citizen

301 Continental Pkwy Newport News, VA 23602

Chow & Cheer

  • Bob Bob Korean Grill & Kitchen
  • Circa 1918
  • Cove Tavern
  • Craft 60 Ale House
  • Mexico Lindo
  • Midtown Eats
  • Second Street American Bistro
  • Boathouse Live
Man sitting on a bench near Alta Citizen in Newport News, Virginia
Lady smiling in Newport News, Virginia

Fresh Air

  • Hamptons Golf Course
  • Lee Hall Reservoir
  • Leeward Marina
  • Newport News Golf Club at Deer Run
  • Newport News Park
  • Riverview Farm Park
  • Virginia Living Museum

Get Cultured

  • Falk Gallery
  • Historic Lee Hall Railway Depot
  • Monitor-Merrimack Overlook
  • The Mariners’ Museum
  • Newport News Public Art
  • Virginia War Museum
  • Yorktown Arts Foundation

A Residential Enclave

The up-and-coming Alta Citizen, down the road from Oyster Point is the perfect place to put down roots. Close to I-64 yet far enough away to enjoy the beauty of your surroundings, the apartments at Alta Citizen make it easy to live a comfortable lifestyle connected to everyday conveniences. We’re right across the street from Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, so you can plan your next trip to the Caribbean and never have to worry about being late to check in for your flight.

Wondering what else you can do with your free time? With Mariners’ Museum and Virginia War Museum both nearby, it’s easy to find the arts and culture you crave. Other great options to explore include visiting Newport News Park, exploring Ferguson Center of the Arts, taking the short relaxing drive to Historic Downtown Hampton, learning new things at Norfolk Botanical Gardens and Norfolk Zoo, playing a round of golf at Newport News Golf Club at Deer Run, or catching a flick at Cinemark City Center 12.

More history. More culture. More Newport News.