PHOTOS: Bridgeland plans grand opening of community’s first multifamily housing development

Lakeside Row's first residents moved in around late 2019. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
Lakeside Row's first residents moved in around late 2019. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)

Lakeside Row's first residents moved in around late 2019. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)

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Amenities include a clubroom. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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Kitchens have stainless steel appliances. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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Outdoor event and gaming spaces are located throughout the complex. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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The back patio features grills and seating spaces for residents. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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A swimming pool overlooks Josey Lake. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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Units have open-concept living spaces. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
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Units have up to three bedrooms. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corporation)
The Howard Hughes Corporation has announced the grand opening of Lakeside Row The Residences, the developer’s first townhome and apartment complex in the Bridgeland master-planned community. The community is located off Mason Road in Lakeland Village.

Grand opening celebrations will kick off March 7 with a taco bar and entertainment from noon-5 p.m. and continue on March 21 with barbecue, entertainment and vendor booths from noon-5 p.m. Residents began moving into the complex in late 2019. Lakeside Row is 30% leased as of Jan. 28, officials said.

Lakeside Row’s 312 apartment units are available with up to three bedrooms and are equipped with smart technology. For-lease townhomes are located within 12 two-story buildings. Units include a one- or two-car garage and amenities such as private fenced yards, fireplaces, washer and dryer units, built-in desks, Dwelo home automation systems, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and lakeside or pool views. Units range in monthly rent cost from the low $1,000s to the $2,000s.

All residents have access to amenities including a swimming pool, dog park, fitness center, yoga and spin studio, clubhouse with porch access, children’s play areas, outdoor grills and fire pits. The community overlooks Josey Lake, and residents can access walking trails around the lake.

Executives with The Howard Hughes Corporation said the demand for multifamily options in Bridgeland exists, and this would not be the community’s last multifamily project.


Heath Melton, senior vice president of master planned communities, said families building homes elsewhere in Bridgeland may choose to rent in Lakeside Row, and it also accommodates empty nesters looking for added conveniences.

“As we look at our overall demographics in our community, we have a lot of folks ... that want to move their parents,” Melton said. “We’ve noticed a big shift in the market that people that want a lower-maintenance lifestyle—that lock-and-leave lifestyle, they’re empty nesters—they’re choosing multifamily as that option.”

www.lakesiderow.com
By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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