Upmarket apartment developer Wood Partners announced it will break ground on a 207-unit apartment complex on the western edge of Winnetka Heights as soon as this week.
The complex, Alta West Davis, is planned for a former Incap Fund property on West Davis, between Rosemont and Marlborough, across the street from St. Cecilia Catholic Church. It will consist of two three-story buildings, and it is expected to open by April 2013. Dallas-based Good, Fulton & Farrell are the architects. One of the architecture firm’s 14 principals, Stephen C. Pickard, lives in Winnetka Heights.
Builders Wood Construction will pursue LEED Silver certification, plus amenities to appeal to cliffsters.
From the media release: “Alta West Davis will feature a state-of-the-art fitness center, resort pool and bike shop with storage. Selected units will include faux wood flooring and iPod docking stations with in-wall speakers.”
Atlanta-based Wood Partners also has built and manages new apartment complexes in the Design District, in Uptown and on North Henderson. Wood Partners also has been announced as the builder for the apartments at Sylvan | Thirty.
This complex is the second multifamily project planned for Oak Cliff since 2000. Lang Partners, a development firm that includes former Incap employees, opened the 260-unit Zang Triangle in November.
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