Apartment development starts next door to State Farm's new Richardson campus
January 6, 2015
By Steve Brown | Real Estate Editor
The Dallas Morning News
Trinsic - The Dallas Morning News
Construction has started on a large new rental community just across the street from State Farm Insurance’s huge campus in Richardson.
Trinsic Residential Group is building the 11.7-acre apartment project on the north side of Bush Turnpike at the DART commuter rail line in Plano.
The 2, 3 and 4-story apartment buildings will have a combination of flats and townhouse-style rental units.
The 386-unit Aura One90 project is just a short walk under the turnpike to DART’s rail station and State Farm’s office buildings in the $1.5 billion CityLine project.
“Aura One90 will be an outstanding luxury living option for working professionals who want to have walkable access to CityLine, which has promise to become one of the metro’s premiere new urban centers,” Trinsic’s Adam Brown said. “The location on S.H. 190 also affords residents a quick commute to downtown Dallas and the many other major employers in the North Dallas area.”
Trinsic’s apartment development is one of three large rental communities being built in or near the CityLine project. More than 1,000 apartments will soon be available near the development at Plano Road and Bush Turnpike.
Other projects are being built by JLB Partners and Zale/Corson Group.
State Farm begins moving the first of its 8,000 workers into CityLine later this month.
Trinsic Residential Group now has more than 5,000 apartments being built around the country. In the Dallas area, the developer has new rental communities in the works in Uptown and Far North Dallas.
To read this article on The Dallas Morning News
website, click here