- Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
- Austin, TX
- Houston, TX
- San Diego, CA
- Phoenix, AZ
- Atlanta, GA
- Orlando, FL
Three & Four Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 415 Luxury Apartment Homes
20 Story High Rise with 305 Luxury Apartment Homes
Four Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 365 Luxury Apartment Homes & Townhomes
23 Story HIgh Rise with 212 Luxury Apartment Homes
Eight Story Urban Infill Residential Building with 344 Luxury Apartment Homes
17 Story High Rise with 297 Luxury Apartment Homes
The Austin at Trinity Green
Four Story Urban Infill Residential Building with 353 Luxury Apartment Homes
Fort Worth, TX
Four Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 392 Luxury Apartment Homes & Townhomes
The Christopher at The Union Dallas
23 Story Tower with 309 Luxury Apartment Homes
San Diego, CA
29 Story High Rise with 295 Luxury Apartment Homes
The Alastair at Aria Village
Five-Story Apartment Community with 355 Luxury Apartment Homes
Four Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 325 Luxury Apartment Homes
19 Story High Rise with 300 Luxury Apartment Homes
28th & Camelback
Five-Story Residential Building with 253 Luxury Apartment Homes
Five Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 372 Luxury Apartment Homes
Five Story Urban Infill Residential Building with 388 Luxury Apartment Homes
16 Story High-Rise with 305 Luxury Apartment Homes
Five & Six Story New Urbanist Residential Building with 279 Luxury Apartment Homes
The Case Building
17 Story Urban Infill High Rise with 337 Luxury Apartment Homes
22 Story High Rise with 183 Luxury Apartment Homes
17 Story High Rise with 308 Luxury Apartment Homes
One Dallas Center
Adaptive Re-Use of a 30 Story High Rise with 276 Luxury Apartment Homes
The thriving metroplex that brings together the two Texas cities, Dallas and Fort Worth, is a growing threshold of growth and opportunity. With a populated skyline and influx of residents, Dallas is ranked the No. 1 real estate market of 2015. Juxtaposed with the rich history of the Fort Worth stockyards and the custom character of Deep Ellum, North Texas is a major hub for real estate, job placement, sports, entertainment, and the like. Best yet, there’s a compelling ability to live in North Texas for years, and barely scratch the surface of all it has to offer.
Austin is much more than the capital of Texas, it’s the character, the style, and the energy. From the rolling Hill Country to the local live music, and authentic Tex-Mex to renowned universities, Austin is a city full of life and promise. As a hub for innovation, Millennials, and national events like South by Southwest, Austin offers a unique environment to live, work, play and invest. Ranking No. 2 for ‘Best Cities For Future Job Growth’, according to Forbes, Austin is a one of a kind city, with a growing demand for luxurious living, sustainable buildings, and thoughtful design.
As the most populated city in Texas, and the South, Houston not only famously hosts the NASA headquarters, but also attracts a varying demographic that makes it the most diverse city in Texas. The melting pot brings together rich culture, architecture, and businesses that contribute to its robust real estate landscape. That landscape is defined by an overwhelming demand for accessibility to residences. Blending 19th-century architecture with modern high rises, Houston’s compact downtown extends a lively pace of life, as well as tempting proximity to the Gulf Coast.
Atlanta holds a prominent international presence as a world leader of innovation in nearly every industry. With the city's rich history, diverse demographics, culture and politics, the reason is clear why it’s the capital of Georgia. Resident’s experience four distinct seasons, prominent sport teams, eclectic arts, the legendary music scene, and unique shopping and dining experiences. It is home to numerous headquarters, and the popular Georgia Aquarium. The city is constantly growing, while staying true to its southern roots giving Atlanta a charm unlike any other metropolitan area.
Phoenix embodies all Arizona has to offer. It’s the state capital and most populous city in the state. People flock to the Valley of the Sun for the perfect blend of cosmopolitan city life, constant blue skies, elegant resorts, and booming nightlife. All of which is backed by the beautiful, red rock mountains. The city is a source of inspiration and there’s always something to explore in the heart of the southwest.
5080 N. 40th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Amid the warm climate off the Pacific coast of California, resides the city of San Diego. Boasting some of the best beaches and scenery in the country, this coastal city easily attracts the crowds. Among the crowds is the entrepreneurial-minded startup scene that tend towards the technology industry, as well as a prominent commercial real estate landscape. San Diego’s stretching skyline reflects against the Tijuana River for a breathtaking view. As the weather suggests, San Diegans thrive outdoors, whether at the famous San Diego Zoo, majestic golf courses, or roaming nature trails.
San Diego Inquiries
California & Southwest Region Office
12520 High Bluff Drive
San Diego, CA 92130
Home to over a dozen theme parks and famous attractions, Orlando is both an exciting destination for tourism and living. Scattered with meandering trails, dazzling lakes, and a rich culture, there’s numerous adventures to be had, from downtown Orlando to downtown Disney or a scenic stroll along Lake Eola. While many flock to the city for it’s wide range of resorts and parks, others enjoy the entertainment year round. Orlando offers endless opportunities for both adults and children, where exploration and luxury are always around the corner.