Alta West Davis now leasing, opens in November

 Alta West Davis, the 207-unit apartment complex on West Davis at Rosemont, is almost complete. The Wood Partners project, which includes two three-story buildings, is expected to be completed in May.

The apartment complex is leasing now, and the first residents are expected to move in this November.

The buildings are on the former site of low-income apartments that were demolished in 2008. The  now-defunct Incap Fund had plans to build a multifamily property on the site before it folded in 2009.

Wood Partners started building the apartment complex in January.

The units range from 563 to 1,214 square feet and $815 to $1,910 per month. Below is a breakdown of the units.

By |2012-09-12T10:55:16-05:00September 12th, 2012|Business, Development, News, Residential Real Estate|5 Comments

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  1. Ally September 14, 2012 at 7:24 AM

    The rent is too high for this property. Zang Triangle is asking for $1000+ a month for a 1 bedroom! Apts downtown are now cheaper than Oak Cliff. I lived at Grand Estates at Founders Park on Zang in 2004-2007 and paid $542 when I moved in and was up to $688 when I moved out. Way more reasonable than Zang Triangle and the new complex.

  2. Adriane September 12, 2012 at 8:07 PM

    Emily, Really? I think these rents are really, really high, and the place looks to be horribly constructed (unlike the Zang Triangle property). Still, I haven’t seen a duplex for 500 in OC in the last 4 years or so that I’ve been looking–but perhaps not in the same places, or no one leaves those little gems. Rents for duplexes are around 650-750.

  3. Emily September 12, 2012 at 11:59 AM

    Wow… what’s with all these expensive 800+ rent on these places! First Zang Triangle and now this one? You can get a 500 dollar, one bedroom duplex down the street..

  4. Anonymous September 12, 2012 at 11:56 AM

    Why why WHY would anyone want to move to Oak Cliff to live in some little crackerbox apartment when there’s so many houses, 4-6-8 plexes, and beautiful old properties and such down here for way less? The influx of douches is going to strangle all the charm out of all the local haunts and watering holes.

  5. Wendi September 12, 2012 at 11:49 AM

    Didn’t realize rent on apts. like those was so high. 8somethin is too much for 500some sq.ft. in a squished together community with no green space…IMHO

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