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Campbell Crossing Welcomes Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers, Military Retirees and DoD Civilians to Live on Post

Campbell CrossingNashville, TN – Campbell Crossing, Lend Lease’s military housing community located on Fort Campbell, is now accepting applications from additional renters including other active duty Service Members assigned or attached for duty within 50 miles of Fort Campbell, unaccompanied family members, single Soldiers and geographic bachelors, military retirees and DoD civilians.

The pet friendly community offers a variety of housing options ranging from two, three and four bedroom homes. Monthly rent includes basic utilities, trash/ recycle pick up, free use of community centers, 24-hour emergency maintenance and more!

“Campbell Crossing strives to make our residents feel at home by providing quality, comfortable homes in a community that is rich in history,” said Mike Goodwin, project director for Campbell Crossing. “Our first priority is, and always will be, taking care of the Soldiers and families assigned to Fort Campbell, but we are also equally excited to offer housing opportunities to this larger group of people that have or are currently serving our nation, our installation and our Soldiers.”

For a limited time only, Campbell Crossing is waiving first month’s rent on select homes. Call today to see how you can take advantage of this offer.

Please visit the Campbell Crossing website at www.campbellcrossingllc.com or call 888.860.6847 for more information.

About Campbell Crossing

Campbell Crossing LLC, the partnership between developer Lend Lease and the Department of the Army, is the premier housing community for the Soldiers and families of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and home to the first zero-energy homes project ever constructed on a military installation.

Lend Lease took over operations of Fort Campbell’s on-post housing in 2003 as part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI), a program aimed at improving the quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

Since then, the Community has received numerous recognitions, including the Army’s 2012 RCI Project of the Year, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) National Green Building Award and the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships Innovation Award. Lend Lease will own, manage, renovate, develop, and sustain the more than 4,500 homes of Campbell Crossing until 2053.




  1. Since when is a contractor allowed to rent or lease government owned housing on a military installation? Housing was built to provide soldiers and their families homes to live in while the sponsor is assigned to Fort Campbell or is assigned to an unaccompanied tour at another military assignment. Government in direct competition with real estate businesses and home owners that may be renting their homes. Will renting to military retirees and DoD civilians displace soldiers and their families?

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