College Station's Northgate to urbanizeCollege Station's Northgate to urbanizehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=79782013-03-12T07:07:00Z2013-03-11T00:00:00Z

COLLEGE STATION - Northgate development exploded in 2012. In the pipeline are developments that will attract approximately 5,000 people in and around the 150-acre district.

Northpoint Crossing, by Capstone Collegiate Communities, will be located on 11.5 acres, at the intersection of University Dr. and Texas Ave. The project’s first phase will have 928 beds and 50,000 sf of retail. Construction is set to begin in spring 2013, with completion in spring 2014.

Campus Pointe, a joint venture between the Texas A&M System and Midway Cos., will go in next to Northpoint Crossing on University Dr. The 60-acre development will demolish the university housing units along University, beginning in summer 2013.

The project will break ground in spring 2014 and will be anchored by a full-service hotel. Officials anticipate 200,000 sf of retail, 150,000 to 200,000 of commercial space and 300 high-end multifamily units, 36 of which will be game-day condos.

Another system venture is the unnamed South College Avenue Project, bounded by College Ave, Cross St., Inlow Blvd. and Dogwood St. The university has leased land to American Campus Communities to build a development with 784 beds. Groundbreaking will commence in spring 2013, with apartments projected to be open in August 2014.

The 18-story Rise at Northgate, located near University Dr. and Church Ave., stretches 18 stories high and will include 174 apartments, 484 bedrooms and 17,000 sf of ground floor retail.

The Stack at Legacy Point, located adjacent to the Rise at Northgate along Church Ave, is slated for a June 2013 completion and fall 2013 occupancy. The development will house 416 residents in 209 units and include 5,000 sf of retail.

The Eagle
College Station-Bryan
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