HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Houston-based Vero Sade has broken ground on two multifamily projects in San Antonio.
Vero Sade’s Bulverde Oaks community will offer 444 units in a garden-style setting at 4710 N Loop 1604 E.
In the Cibolo community, the firm is building Cibolo Commons, a 288-unit mid-rise on FM 1103.
“San Antonio is quickly outpacing many multifamily markets nationwide as the metro continues to draw an influx of sophisticated workforce talent,” said Yoni Sade, co-founder of Vero Sade.“The high levels of in-migration have set the stage for Vero Sade to introduce its elevated residential concept to this booming area and its discerning consumer base.”
In addition to its San Antonio activity, Vero Sade has plansto develop 4,500 multifamily units in Dallas, Houston and Orlando.
Upon completion, the Bulverde Oaks and Cibolo properties in San Antonio will feature amenities that will be hallmarks of Vero Sade’s lifestyle living brand. Each community will be anchored by a 12,000-SF club facility with entertainment space, an elevated café, resort-style pool with cabanas, and an indoor/outdoor fitness facility – taking centerstage in the luxe community. The 4,500-SF gym will be outfitted with ultra-premium Techno Gym equipment and personal training services, and configured with progressive indoor and outdoor classes, near running paths and tree-lined hiking trails.
The amenity-rich environments will feature transformative, connection-driven programming. A day in a Vero Sade club might start with morning coffees and smoothies and transition to afternoon co-working or an educational speaker series followed by an evening trainer-led fitness class. Residents will also enjoy a wealth of wellness-driven activities.
“We’ve taken a unique approach to the design and layout, which will be cornerstone of all Vero Sade properties,” adds Sade. “From the entry foyer and the chef-inspired kitchen to the abundance of natural light from the wall-to-wall windows, our homes boast the feeling and flow of a single-family residence.”
Both Bulverde Oaks and Cibolo will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, and residences will average just under 1,000 SF. Bulverde Oaks and Cibolo will have long, linear designs that allow for significantly more glazing and maximum natural light in the interior of the residences.
“It is incredibly exciting to see our first projects come out of the ground in San Antonio, a city that feels like a second home to me,” said Dan Bassichis, co-founder of Vero Sade. “For the last 20 years, I’ve had the honor of working with (NBA Hall-of-Famer) David Robinson and some of the city’s philanthropic leaders to support The Carver Academy and now Idea Public Schools and have seen so much development and momentum in San Antonio.”
Oct. 24, 2022 Realty News Report Copyright 2022
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