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Luxe apartment community planned in Medical Center area

November 7, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

A Dallas-based developer said Wednesday it is building a luxury apartment community in the Texas Medical Center area across from The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Mill Creek Residential plans to break ground on the 265-unit Premier Medical Center — across from across from The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center — this month and deliver the first apartments for move-in in April 2015.

Hensley Lamkin Rachel Inc.               

“Mill Creek Residential plans to break ground on the 265-unit Premier Medical Center — across from across from The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center — this month and deliver the first apartments for move-in June 2015”

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Mill Creek Residential plans to break ground on the 265-unit Premier Medical Center this month and deliver the first apartments for move-in in April 2015. The six-story project will be built around a parking garage. Dallas-based Hensley Lamkin Rachel Inc. is the architect.

Premier will be composed of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from 585 square feet to 1,216 square feet. Community amenities include a hotel-style pool and spa, 24-hour fitness and yoga studio and resident clubroom with a kitchen and business center.

“Premier Medical Center epitomizes Mill Creek’s strategy to develop luxury apartment communities in irreplaceable locations in markets characterized by strong household formation and job growth,” Jeb Cox, Mill Creek manager director, said in a statement.

The apartment developer, investor and operator is looking to grow its local presence and is “actively seeking more sites,” Cox added.

Mill Creek also has two other apartment communities under construction in Houston. Both Sola Uptown River Oaks — a 317-unit community on San Felipe — and Astor Tanglewood — a 238-unit community near South Post Oak Lane and Woodway — will open for leasing next year.

Mill Creek recently called off a multifamily project in EaDo, the East Downtown area, the Houston Chronicle reports.

by Olivia Pulsinelli  Web producer- Houston Business Journal

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