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270-unit high-rise apartment to be developed in Dallas, US

A 270-unit high-rise apartment community is set to be developed at 1899 McKinney Avenue in Dallas by Austin-based Rastegar Property. The units will feature fully equipped kitchens and washers and dryers. The amenities will include storage lockers, a pool, rooftop terrace and common areas on each floor.

The 270-unit high-rise apartment in Dallas will also feature North America’s tallest living wall with over 40,000 estimated plants making up the structure. Rastegar has contracted San Francisco-based hospitality firm Sonder to operate the property, which is expected to be complete by early 2023.

The agreement with Sonder represented the largest deal to-date for Sonder, a leader among hospitality brands targeting travelers and renters who seek flexible, high-quality accommodations.

All of the units will be purposefully designed and outfitted as entire living spaces with the comforts of a home, including luxury fixtures and appliances, fully equipped kitchens, in-unit laundry and NoiseAware technology. Guests will also have access to a wide array of property amenities including storage lockers on every floor, check-in services, subgrade parking, defined rideshare pickup/drop-off zones, valet parking, a pool and rooftop deck, and common areas on each floor.

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About Rastegar Property

Rastegar Property is a technology-enabled real estate company specializing in recession-resilient commercial property. The company’s mission is to deliver passive income and capital appreciation through tax-efficient strategies and transparent policies.

Rastegar Property is currently developing over 4.9 million square feet, specializing in recession-resilient commercial property classes. They seek out unique opportunities to add value with less risk through renovation of existing multi-family buildings. To help control costs, the company also provides comprehensive property management services and uses the latest data and technology to better research opportunities, manage risk and control costs.

 

Dennis Ayemba
Country/ Features Editor, Kenya

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