HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, and JV partner Daiwa House Group have broken ground on the Residences at Kingwood.
The project will deliver 240 garden apartments homes and 49 townhomes when it is completed in late 2023. Located in the Kingwood master-planned community in northeast Harris County, the development is 30 miles northeast of downtown Houston.
The Residences at Kingwood, 6519 Kings River Commercial Drive, will offer homes ranging in size from one to three bedrooms. Residents will also have access to ample outdoor recreation options, including a putting green, bocce courts, pickle ball court, multiple outdoor dining areas, and connection to the Kingwood Greenbelt trail system.
“Residences at Kingwood is designed as a sophisticated suburban apartment community with an emphasis on outdoor amenities, as evidenced by the various courtyards and open entertaining spaces that will be placed throughout the development,” said Yewande Fapohunda, Senior Vice President of High Street Residential. “When combined with thoughtful landscaping, which will include tree preservation, we believe that the community will complement and integrate well with the greater Kingwood neighborhood.”
Kingwood Project Breaks Ground – Cadence McShane GC
W Partnership is the development’s architect and Robinson & Company will lead the landscape architectural design. Cadence McShane is the general contractor.
High Street Residential has another new multifamily development – a 43-story residential tower adjacent to Discovery Green in downtown Houston. The 309-unit apartment tower, located at 808 Crawford Street. is located on Block 98, which is bounded by Rusk, Walker, Crawford and La Branch streets. Ziegler Cooper Architects, a Houston-based firm that has designed a number of high-rise residential buildings around the nation, designed the downtown building for High Street Residential.
Aug. 2, 2022 Realty News Report Copyright 2022
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File: Kingwood Project Breaks Ground
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