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New details revealed for Montrose apartments replacing El Tiempo

Developers are moving forward on a new luxury apartment complex in Montrose.

Sunrise Luxury Living submitted a plat application to the city of Houston for Sunrise Montrose, a Class A apartment project slated for the former location of El Tiempo Cantina on Montrose Boulevard.

The Houston-based multifamily developer is planning to build an eight-story, 224-unit project on 1.87 acres at 1320 Montrose Blvd., near West Clay Avenue, according to Sunrise’s website and its plat record.

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Houston-based Sunrise Luxury Living submitted a plat application to the city of Houston for Sunrise Montrose, a Class A apartment project slated for the former location of El Tiempo Cantina on Montrose Boulevard.

Sunrise Montrose will consist of five stories of residential units over a three-story podium parking garage. The units will consist of efficiencies, townhome units, and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, according to the company website.

Common amenities include two courtyards with an outdoor swimming pool, cyber cafe, resident lounge, conference room, private resident offices, fitness center and a rooftop terrace.

Construction is expected to begin in April with completion by late 2016 or early 2017, according to the company website. The plat application is scheduled to go before the Houston planning commission on Jan. 22.


Sunrise is working on another luxury apartment project nearby called Sunrise by the Park, located at 155 Birdsall St. near Memorial Drive and Westcott Street and Memorial Park. The first residents are expected to move into the five-story, 180-unit apartment complex in February.

Montrose is a booming area for multifamily projects.

Sunrise Montrose is less than a mile south of Houston-based The Finger Cos.’ 2900 West Dallas luxury midrise that opened in late 2013 and the site of JLB Partners’ Axis apartment complex, which burned down in early 2014 while it was still under construction.

It’s also about a mile north of Houston-based The Hanover Co.’s high-rise underway at 3400 Montrose. Hanover also opened a luxury midrise nearby at W. Gray Street and Waugh Drive in the past couple of years and recently sold it to Chicago-based Amli Residential.

Also within a mile of Sunrise Montrose, The Sovereign at Regent Square, a high-rise at 3233 W. Dallas St., is nearly complete.

Meanwhile El Tiempo Cantina announced in December it will move down the street to the corner of Taft Street and Westheimer Road in the building that houses the fine dining Mexican steakhouse La Casa del Caballo.

By  Paul Takahashi  Reporter- Houston Business Journal

 

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