272-unit apartment complex nearing completion in Pflugerville's Pecan District

Site amenities include a pool, a fitness studio, coworking spaces and a game lounge. (Rendering courtesy Mark Odom Studios)
Site amenities include a pool, a fitness studio, coworking spaces and a game lounge. (Rendering courtesy Mark Odom Studios)

Site amenities include a pool, a fitness studio, coworking spaces and a game lounge. (Rendering courtesy Mark Odom Studios)

Construction on Presidium The Pecan District, a 272-unit apartment complex, is expected to be complete in September. This marks the first of 10 phases for the Pecan District, a mixed-use development located at 1809 Social Drive, Pflugerville, according to an Aug. 3 company news release.

Presidium comprises three- and four-story apartment buildings and includes one- to two-bedroom models. Site amenities include a pool, a fitness studio, coworking spaces and a game lounge.


The project is overseen by the Texas-based real estate developer Presidium and designed by Mark Odom Studios.

“Presidium The Pecan District, Pflugerville’s first contemporary-style apartment community, provides an all-inclusive lifestyle that helps ease the hustle and bustle of everyday life,” said Cross Moceri, Presidium co-founder and co-CEO, in the release. “The city of Pflugerville has graciously welcomed us with open arms throughout this development process, and we look forward to continuing to work together on future phases of The Pecan District.”

The second phase of the project will include additional apartment units, office space, dining and retail.
By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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