The 404-unit project, located at 2221 W. Dallas St., was formerly known as City Vista but is being named as Us Bayou Park, according to a Feb. 14 press release. The renovations represent what Vero Sade officials said is the debut of the brand's "club living" concept that involves mixing hospitality with traditional multifamily.
“Us Bayou Park is Vero Sade’s first step in rethinking the transactional nature of traditional multifamily environments," Vero Sade Co-Founders Daniel Bassichis and Yoni Sade said in a joint statement. "It also begins to lay the groundwork for a network of properties that we’ve conceived to foster human connection and enhance overall well-being.”
An upgraded 10,000-square-foot community club space is meant to serve as the heart of the community, featuring communal space for events. A new lobby features a bar and cafe seating area with a walk-out patio that leads to the property's swimming pool.
The 4,000-square-foot fitness center has been outfitted with commercial-grade Technogym equipment and is next to an outdoor greenspace for yoga. Other amenities include coworking spaces, a private dining room, dog park and spa, and a sundeck with grills and a pizza oven.
Residential units have also be renovated throughout the community and start in the $1,700s per month. The Houston-based real estate company Greystar has been appointed at the operator Us Bayou Park, which is 80% leased.
Elsewhere in Montrose, Vero Sade recently demolished several buildings at Kipling Street and Montrose Boulevard where a high-rise apartment project is planned. The firm was founded in 2021 with the goal of "creating experiential, design and wellness-focused environments that simultaneously foster individuality and community," according to a past announcement from the company.