Tnexster wrote:What floor are they on? About 14?
R1070 wrote:I feel like with these developers you never really know the exact floor count until the project tops out. lol
High Street Residential, in partnership with Principal Real Estate Investors, has officially topped out on the 20-story, 261-unit tower — meaning its reached its most vertical part of development.
The developer will provide the transit authority with an allowance for a seventh trolley car, build-out allowance for the new space and new trolley tracks and a switch along Bowen Street.
Construction is slated for completion by the end of the year, with the first apartments available by July. M-Line Tower will begin pre-leasing apartments next month.
DPatel304 wrote:Looks like the cheapest option is a studio for $1,575/mo, and the next level up is $1,955/mo. Eesh, is that really standard for these new apartment buildings in Uptown these days?
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:I have a hard time believing that it's that high. What will be of DFW if housing isn't affordable anymore?
Waldozer wrote:Tivo_Kenevil wrote:I have a hard time believing that it's that high. What will be of DFW if housing isn't affordable anymore?
$2000/month isn't unreasonable for someone making north of $70k/year. With combined incomes, it's not unreasonable for young professional couples to find "affordable" one bedrooms in Uptown, especially if they have parents helping them with some of their living expenses, which isn't uncommon.
The_Overdog wrote:My brand new 1000 square ft 2 bedroom garden apartment in Richardson next to a train track was $1300 in 2001, which the inflation calculator says is $1800 in 2017, so you really aren't paying that much of a premium for an Uptown high rise apartment, comparably.
I still hate that train to this day.
"We began welcoming our first residents into their apartment homes this weekend and are quickly wrapping up construction on the remaining units in the tower, which should fully deliver before the end of the year," Joel Behrens with developer High Street Residential said in a statement.
Café Express and Blue Sushi Sake Grill will open in the ground floor of the building in October.
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