MAP: 14 multifamily projects proposed, under construction or recently opened in Spring, Klein

Allora Spring Cypress, a 351-unit apartment complex by Trammel Crow Residential, is under construction at 4410 Spring Cypress Road in Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)
Allora Spring Cypress, a 351-unit apartment complex by Trammel Crow Residential, is under construction at 4410 Spring Cypress Road in Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

Allora Spring Cypress, a 351-unit apartment complex by Trammel Crow Residential, is under construction at 4410 Spring Cypress Road in Spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

According to a June 18 construction report by ApartmentData.com, 1,426 multifamily housing units have opened in the Spring and Klein area within the last year, with 1,482 more units under construction and 992 more units proposed for the area.

"Really, over the last several years, Katy and the outlying areas of The Woodlands and Spring have been leading the city in suburban development in terms of apartments, and I think that has to do with the jobs available and [the] desirable schools that are located there," ApartmentData.com President Bruce McClenny said in a June 19 interview. "I think development is just driven by where people want to live and raise their families."

Here is a roundup of multifamily housing projects that have recently opened, are under construction or proposed in the Spring and Klein area:

Multifamily projects that have opened within the past 12 months

1. Adley at Gleannloch Apartments


Number of units: 260

Occupancy*: 33%

Starting move-in date: September 2019

Management company: Davis Development

2. Asher Oaks

Number of units: 330

Occupancy*: 49%

Starting move-in date: August 2019

Management company: Greystar

3. Bridestone Crossing

Number of units: 200

Occupancy*: 35%

Starting move-in date: June 2019

Management company: Maxx Property Management

4. Cardiff at Louetta Lakes

Number of units: 168

Occupancy*: 49%

Starting move-in date: October 2019

Management company: FDI Management Group

5. Ivy Point Klein (55+ active adult living community)

Number of units: 132

Occupancy*: 27%

Starting move-in date: February 2020

Management company: Capstone Real Estate SVC

6. Magnolia by Watermark

Number of units: 336

Occupancy*: N/A

Starting move-in date: June 2020

Management company: Watermark Residential

Multifamily housing projects that are under construction

7. Allora Spring Cypress


Number of units: 351

Starting move-in date: October 2020

Management company: Trammel Crow Residential

8. Ariza Gosling

Number of units: 316

Starting move-in date: September 2020

Management company: Cypressbrook Co.

9. Broadstone Vintage Park

Number of units: 386

Starting move-in date: July 2020

Management company: Alliance Residential Co.

10. Mera Vintage Park (55+ active adult living community)

Number of units: 179

Starting move-in date: August 2020

Management company: Sparrow Partners

11. Vale Luxury Apartments

Number of units: 250

Starting move-in date: September 2020

Management company: Davis Development

Proposed multifamily housing projects

12. Canopy at Springwoods


Number of units: 332

Management company: Fein

13. Prose Champions

Number of units: 360

Management company: Alliance Residential

14. Project by Gencap Partners (unnamed)

Number of units: 300

Management company: Gencap Partners

*As of June 18
By Hannah Zedaker
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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