THE WOODLANDS – (Realty News Report) – Mill Creek Residential has started construction on Modera Six Pines, a mixed-use apartment community in The Woodlands, a master planned community 27 miles north of Houston.
Modera Six Pines, which will feature 429 apartment homes, is part of an 11-acre master-planned development in conjunction with Life Time Fitness. The five-story, podium-style community is being constructed with a modern, European-style aesthetic.
The initial residents are expected to move in during the spring of 2022.
“Modera Six Pines will offer residents a place to live and play outside of the downtown sector, while remaining in an environment near work, schools and entertainment,” said Jeb Cox, senior managing director of development for Mill Creek Residential. “We’re excited to expand our Texas portfolio to The Woodlands area, and we will aim to provide a top-of-market experience in the neighborhood. “
Located at 8900 Six Pines Drive, Modera Six Pines is situated just north of The Woodlands Town Center.
As part of the wellness-inspired development, Life Time Fitness is building a 175,000-SF health center adjacent to the community. Nearby employers include Woodlands Hospital, Baker Hughes, Exxon Mobil and Entergy Texas.
Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC is a rental housing company headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla.
The company’s portfolio is comprised of 88 communities representing over 24,700 rental homes that are operating and/or under construction.
The firm’s portfolio includes properties in in Seattle, Portland, the San Francisco Bay area, Southern California, Denver, Dallas, Austin, Houston, South Florida, Tampa, Orlando, Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, New York, and Boston.
April 27, 2021 Realty News Report Copyright 2021
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File: Mill Creek Starts Apartments in The Woodlands
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