Sueba Starts Houston Apartments Near Energy Corridor

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Sueba USA Companies, in partnership with Houston-based McCormack Commercial, is constructing a 370-unit apartment complex in West Houston.

The Class A multifamily community, Kingfield Lofts, will be situated in west Houston, minutes from the Energy Corridor at 15915 Kingfield Drive near Highway 6.

Located on a 14.5-acre site, the four-story mid-rise property will offer apartment homes with open living spaces and chef-inspired kitchens, islands with wine racks and granite countertops.

Studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom plans range from 480 – 2,196 SF. Thirteen plans will be available with an average unit size of 980 SF.

Pre-leasing is expected to begin in Fall 2023 with estimated completion scheduled for March 2024.

Sueba USA Companies has been developing upscale multifamily properties in the Houston area for over 35 years, including the 318-unit San Estrella currently under construction in the Energy Corridor.

Over the years, Sueba has also been involved in home building in the Energy Corridor. Near its San Estrella apartments, Sueba developed two neighborhoods: (1) Lakes of Parkway, with homes from the $600s to $1.5 million, and (2) The Parkway at Eldridge where new homes range from the $600s to $2.5 million.  Both projects were developed by Sueba USA in partnership with local homebuilder Kickerillo Company.

Since its entry into the Houston market in 1984, Sueba USA Companies has developed over 10 million square feet of multifamily properties in the area.


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