Another residential development is underway near West Dallas’ super hot Trinity Groves neighborhood with the construction of Alta Yorktown by Wood Partners LLC.
The development will include 226 luxury apartments in three, four-story buildings on six acres. The property, located at 660 Yorktown St., is just one mile west of downtown Dallas, and sits near the Trinity Groves restaurant, retail, and entertainment area.
Rents at Alta Yorktown will average just over $1,300 a month for apartment homes that average 827 square feet (available as studio, one, two, and three bedrooms). Leasing will begin toward the end of 2015, and construction is slated for completion toward the middle of 2016.
Interior finishes in the apartments will include granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, Shaker wood cabinets, upgraded fixtures, and wireless technology packages. Community amenities will include an outdoor swimming pool and courtyard, grilling stations, and fire pits. The property will also have a small amount of retail space.
Alta Yorktown is just one of multiple new developments in and around Trinity Groves, where Wood Partners has a big stake in the neighborhood. It sits next to the Sylvan Thirty mixed-use project, in where Wood Partners built the 200 apartments, and the Alta West Commerce apartments, which will have 252 units. Jump to read more!
Other developers are part of the transformation of West Dallas. As we reported in December, StreetLights Residential is partnering with Stonelake Capital Partners to build a $200 million mixed-use development at 1000 Singleton Blvd., called Trinity Village. It was 2014’s largest single redevelopment property in West Dallas, and it will bring about 1,500 new residential units to the area.
Additionally, Trammell Crow Residential is working a 300-unit apartment project nearby at Fort Worth Avenue and West Commerce, and Roger Staubach and Robert Shaw will build a $100 million/1,000-unit development in the area.
Wood Partners has 18 developments in North Texas, many in up-and-coming urban areas. Dallas-based Good, Fulton + Farrell is the designer for Alta Yorktown.