DALLAS - Developer Fairfield Investment Co. is set to begin work on a 267-unit rental project on a three-acre lot on Houston St. at Ross Ave. in the West End of Downtown Dallas.
The six-story buildings are planned to blend into the surrounding historic district, and construction costs are expected to be more than $35 million.
The development tract, now used for parking, previously was the site of a railway freight depot. The property was under contract for 26 months before the sale closed. The first apartment units are expected to be ready in mid-2015.
Fairfield’s project will be the largest apartment development in the West End. Two smaller rental communities have been developed on Ross Ave. at Lamar St.
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