Setting a higher standard for multifamily communities.
In 2016, we completed two new multifamily projects: Rise, a high-rise apartment building in downtown Austin, and Concord, a garden-style community in South Austin. With another project already underway in Charleston, SC, and additional projects in the pipeline, we’ll be able to meet the housing demands in virtually any city.
Five Eleven Meeting
- Charleston, South Carolina | Projected Fall 2018
511 Meeting Charleston
Leveraging its location on the corner of Walnut and Meeting Street at the northern tip of the world-renowned King Street retail corridor, 511 Meeting will appeal to residents wanting easy access to both the King Street corridor and the emerging tech hub along the Meeting Street / NoMo corridor.
More about 511 Meeting
- Resort-style swimming pool
- Millennial work space
- Multi-functional rooms
- Outdoor, roof-top relaxation lounge
Rise on Eighth
- Austin, TX | Completed Fall 2016
Rise on Eighth
All our units will have heart-racing views of downtown Austin and the surrounding hill country. So we’ve made the views a part of every space in the building. Head to the gym or lounge by the pool, all the while enjoying the Texas scenery.
More about Rise on Eighth
- Pool and recreational area with sweeping downtown and lake views
- Outdoor fire pit and lounge seating
- 10’ 3” exposed ceilings in all units
- Class A cabinets and fixtures with granite countertops
- Walking distance from most downtown offices, the 2ND Street District, and downtown’s most popular restaurants.
- Austin, TX | Completed Summer 2016
In the middle of rapidly-growing South Austin, Concord offers a secluded respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. The garden-style community is protected from Southbound I-35 by a layer of trees and features interior courtyards, a large lap pool, and a community garden.
More about Concord
- A private, gated community
- Completely non-smoking
- Resort-style lap pool and with a waterfall and cabanas
- 1 GB provided internet service
- Community garden