Phase II of Arlington Commons tops out

KWA Building has topped out on Part II of Arlington Commons, one of many largest redevelopment tasks in North Texas.
Developed by the Nehemiah Firm, Arlington Commons will span 5 phases to construct roughly 1,300 items and add $300-400 million in financial worth to the Metropolis of Arlington as soon as full in 2026.
Part II of the large challenge entails The Truman, a four-story, 358-unit condo complicated with a five-story lined parking storage that’s anticipated to be accomplished in August 2021.

KWA The Truman Arlington Commons High Off

“The super redevelopment happening in Arlington is historic. The overwhelmingly optimistic reception from the success of the primary part continues to energise us for this important city renewal challenge,” stated KWA Building President Brian Webster. “With the addition of The Truman, Arlington Commons’ monetary and developmental advantages to the group have gotten extra evident every day.”

Designed by JHP Structure, the Nationwide Inexperienced Constructing Customary (NGBS) Inexperienced-certified group will characteristic luxurious studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom items, ranging in measurement from 598 to 1,715 sq. ft.
Items will characteristic kitchens with two-toned, European-style cabinetry and stainless-steel home equipment, in addition to soaking tubs, washer and dryer connections, open and spacious ground plans with gorgeous metropolis views from balconies or patios, and extra. Neighborhood facilities will embrace a resort-style swimming pool, outdoor grilling stations, a firepit, a recreation space with a ping pong table and corn gap, a wellness room and a health middle that includes group courses, power coaching gear and cardio machines.
The Truman additionally presents an on-site espresso store, coworking areas, a hospitality suite, e-gaming room, canine park and different high-end facilities.

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The primary part of Arlington Commons, The Roosevelt, was accomplished in 2018 and was named Dallas Enterprise Journal’s “Finest Multifamily Deal” when it was introduced in 2016.