High-End Real Estate Securities Are Not High-Level Expectations



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As the line between posh hotels and long-lived apartments continues, more and more luxury homes on the west side of Houston will bring more lifestyles to the center.

McAdams is an eight-story apartment complex consisting of 333 units developed and owned by the company & # 39; MetroNational-based & # 39; in Houston, in partnership with Slate Real Estate Partners. The project team included Ziegler Cooper Architects, with interior design by Marly + Co., and Kudela & amp; Weinheimer.

The housing development has recently launched a 9,000-square-foot, high-end, indoor space where residents can congregate, relax, work and entertain.

Large-scale direct-service and electrical services are "expected" of today's tenants – and they are not the only ones looking at high life, said Harry C. Hadland III, vice president of property management.

The 325,650-square-foot emergency tower sits on a three-acre site in City Memorial, a mixed-use district called # 39; MetroNational & # 39; located 14 miles west of downtown. 9 million square feet of shops, restaurants, entertainment, offices and hotels sits on 265 acres.

Hadland said the proximity of the McAdams and access to all of the City's commemorative additions is increasing the tenants' experience.

On the surface

A press release on the property seized earlier this month showed an "oasis."

The open-air building is joined by an oculus-capped room with a fire pit and a "pool of selfies," though the latter is a 25-meter-wide condo with a corner-to-ceiling combination. with the exchange of homes across the neighborhood. .

The open-plan expansion of the indoor space, on the other hand, includes a media theater, work and meeting space, a kitchen and bars, a concert venue and a playroom.

And pets? Private parking, with laundry facilities.

Rooms with Room

The apartments, on the other hand, have high ceilings, sophisticated finishes and appliances, and storage, plenty of storage.

Floor plans range from a studio (563 square feet) to three rooms (1,821 square feet), priced from $ 1,515 to $ 4,865, respectively.

Some parts of the first level have a small hole with a straight direct way neighborhood – and the density of the right to the fence on a weekly basis, and looga any part of the repairs.

Taken together, home decor, at least in the common area, has a modern twist but fills the old school hallway, one with stained glass windows, old stainless steel, and plenty of comfortable space. The ground floor courtyard is also fitted with outdoor living options, from cabins and fire pit and refurbished playgrounds to the grass.

The fun, program and events for homeowners are designed to encourage them to feel the whole home and live beyond their home, said Ashley Childress, the community's housing manager.

So far, the McAdams tenant mix seems to be evenly divided between families looking at schools that are good, nearby academics, and half-time reductions, Childress said.

Outside during the trip, a recent resident appeared to be interested in several of these species, moving from a large house (to escape care, flooding and driving everywhere) and sending her children to schools in the area. I come. I visited. I rented it, she said.

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As the line between posh hotels and long-lived apartments continues, more and more luxury homes on the west side of Houston will bring more lifestyles to the center.

McAdams is an eight-story apartment complex consisting of 333 units developed and owned by the company & # 39; MetroNational-based & # 39; in Houston, in partnership with Slate Real Estate Partners. The project team included Ziegler Cooper Architects, interior design by Marly + Co., and Kudela & Weinheimer landscape designs.

The housing development has recently launched a 9,000-square-foot, high-end, indoor space where residents can congregate, relax, work and entertain.

Large-scale direct-service and electrical services are "expected" of today's tenants – and they are not the only ones looking at high life, said Harry C. Hadland III, vice president of property management.

The 325,650-square-foot emergency tower sits on a three-acre site in City Memorial, a mixed-use district called # 39; MetroNational & # 39; located 14 miles west of downtown. 9 million square feet of shops, restaurants, entertainment, offices and hotels sits on 265 acres.

Hadland said the proximity of the McAdams and access to all of the City's commemorative additions is increasing the tenants' experience.

On the surface

A press release on the property seized earlier this month showed an "oasis."

The open-air building is joined by an oculus-capped room with a fire pit and a "pool of selfies," though the latter is a 25-meter-wide condo with a corner-to-ceiling combination. with an exchange of homes in nearby neighborhoods. .

The open-plan expansion of the indoor space, on the other hand, includes a media theater, work and meeting space, a kitchen and bars, a concert venue and a playroom.

And pets? Private parking, with laundry facilities.

Rooms with Room

The apartments, on the other hand, have high ceilings, sophisticated finishes and appliances, and storage, plenty of storage.

Floor plans range from a studio (563 square feet) to three rooms (1,821 square feet), priced from $ 1,515 to $ 4,865, respectively.

Some parts of the first level have a small hole with a local direct direct route – and the density of the right to the fence on a weekly basis, and looga any part of the repairs.

Taken together, home decor, at least in the common area, has a modern twist but fills the old school hallway, one with stained glass windows, old stainless steel, and plenty of comfortable space. The ground floor courtyard is also fitted with outdoor living options, from cabins and fire pit and refurbished playgrounds to the grass.

The fun, program and events for homeowners are designed to encourage them to feel the whole home and live beyond their home, said Ashley Childress, the community's housing manager.

So far, the McAdams tenant mix seems to be evenly divided between families looking at schools that are good, nearby academics, and half-time reductions, Childress said.

Outside during the trip, a recent resident appeared to be interested in several of these species, moving from a large house (to escape care, flooding and driving everywhere) and sending her children to schools in the area. I come. I visited. I rented it, she said.