7 new multifamily developments to track this summer

Ballpark living in Anaheim, Calif., and a water-friendly apartment complex in Seattle highlight the noteworthy multifamily developments to open in 2019. 

July 15, 2019 |
7 new multifamily developments to track this summer

Sitka, a 384-unit apartment complex in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. Photo: Vulcan Real Estate

Here's a recap of the noteworthy multifamily projects to open their doors this summer.  

 

 

LUXURY TOWNHOUSES ON NEWPORT BAY

Lido Villas is an enclave of 23 luxury townhomes on Newport Bay, Orange County, Calif. Developer/builder Landsea Homes’ two- and three-bedroom properties start at $1,950,000 and offer chef-grade appliances, decks for al fresco entertaining, and personal elevators in custom plans. The design firm: SDG Architects. Photo: Landsea Homes

 

 

 

BATTER UP! BASEBALL STADIUM HAS A NEW RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOR

Architects Orange created The Core for developer Lennar Multifamily Investors. The 400-unit community, which sits next to Angels Stadium of Anaheim, home ballpark of the Los Angeles Angels, offers tenants a zero-edge pool, spa retreat with day beds, multiscreen Fit wall, and two-story fitness center. The builder: LMC, A Lennar Company. Photo: Chet Frolich/cmfphoto.com

 

 

 

COLLEGE STATION GETS ITS FIRST CCRC community

The Langford Retirement Community is the first continuing care retirement community in College Station, Texas. The 72-unit center is named after Ernest Langford, the city’s mayor from 1942 to 1968. The Langford has three four-story buildings, each with a community room. Twenty-four units are devoted to assisted living; 18, to memory support. Spellman Brady & Company did the interiors. RLPS Architects was the designer. White Construction was the GC. Photo: Alise O'Brien

 

 

 

TRANSIT-ORIENTED LUXURY COMMUNITY comes to MIAMI

Corwil Architects (designer) and Civic Construction (GC) have completed Motion at Dadeland, a 25-story, 294-unit luxury rental tower at the Dadeland North Metrorail station in Miami. The developers, 13th Floor Investments and Adler Group, worked with Miami–Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works on the TOD. Photo: 13th Floor Investments/Adler Group

 

 

 

1990S APARTMENT COMMUNITY undergoeS AN EXTENSIVE REDO

Shirlington Village, Arlington, Va., originally built in 1992, has been completely renovated by real estate investor and operator Waterton as The Citizen at Shirlington Village. The 404 apartments are a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations from 550 to 1,387 sf. Amenities include work pods, a Luxer One package center, a clubhouse, and a community room. On the team: Antunovich Associates (architect, interior designer); Rent Ready Construction Services (builder). Photo: Michael Deery/Apartment Photo

 

 

 

AWARD-WINNING SEATTLE APARTMENT COMMUNITY SAVES WATER AND ENERGY

Sitka, a 384-unit apartment complex in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, takes sustainable design seriously. Designed by Runberg Architecture Group for Vulcan Real Estate, it won a 2019 PCBC Gold Nugget award for Best Innovative Energy Design. But it also has a greywater recycling system that reuses wastewater from showers, washing machines, and dishwashers to irrigate the landscaping. Berger Partnership (land planner), Lair Design (interiors), and Exxel Pacific (builder) round out the team. Photo: Vulcan Real Estate

 

 

 

APARTMENT TOWER DUO ‘GRACE’ HISTORIC AREA OF LOS ANGELES

The LEED Silver–certified Griffin on Spring is one of two 24-story towers Holland Partner Group has completed in the Historic Core and Fashion Districts at 8th and Spring Streets, Los Angeles. The $160 million Griffin (shown here) has 275 apartments; the $162 million Grace on Spring has 300. Both have rooftop lounges, yoga studios, and entertainment lounges with billiards, kitchens, and sports bars. Griffin project team: MVE + Partners (architect, land planner); Omgivning (interior design); Glotman•Simpson U.S. (structural engineer); RELM (landscape design); Holland Construction Group (GC). Photo: Vulcan Real Estate

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