SPRING, Texas – (Realty News Repor) – Construction is underway at Sueba USA’s first Montgomery County multifamily development project, a 269-unit project called Imperial Oaks Square.
The development is located off the Grand Parkway between I-45 and U.S. 59.
The Falls at Imperial Oaks Master Planned Community
Imperial Oaks Square will be the first apartment in the Falls at Imperial Oaks master planned community, a 686-acre single-family development by Holcomb Properties\
Sueba expects both the 100-acre Lake Holcomb and the new Holcomb Family YMCA to be big draws for its new apartment community.
Located at 30020 Creekside Terrace Drive in Spring, Imperial Oaks Square will offer Class-A apartment homes in a three-story, garden-style setting. Apartment units will range in size from 496 to 1,594 SF including Studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts.
Architecture services for Imperial Oaks Square are provided by Sueba Consulting, Inc., and construction services are provided by SCS 214 Series, both Sueba USA affiliates. Property Management services will be provided by Southhampton Management, Inc., also a Sueba USA affiliate.
The project broke ground on April 10. Pre-leasing is expected to start in July 2024.
Sueba’s Apartment Construction Surge Continues
The announcement of Imperial Oaks Square continues Sueba’s robust multifamily development schedule.
Recently, the Houston company announced the start of construction at San Paseo, an apartment community off the Grand Parkway north of I-10 and the Ivy Lofts in Pearland near the intersection of Beltway 8 and Highway 288.
Earlier this year, Sueba opened San Estrella in the Energy Corridor near the northwest corner of Eldridge Parkway and Westheimer Road. Last year, the company opened San Tierra adjacent to San Paseo and another Sueba property, San Remo.
Since its entry into the Houston market in 1984, Sueba USA Companies has developed over 10 million SF of multifamily properties in the Greater Houston area.
April 20, 2023 Realty News Report Copyright 2022
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