Developers promote latest batch of luxury apartments


 

By Nancy Sarnoff  |  October 6, 2017

As Houston’s overbuilt apartment market begins its Harvey-related recovery, developers are promoting the newest batch of luxury apartments.

In January, MetroNational will debut high-end units under construction atop the new Hotel ZaZa in Memorial City.

The 133 apartments, independently called The McCarthy, will occupy seven floors of the 17-story building just south of Interstate 10 at Bunker Hill.

Rents start at $1,315 for studio units, $1,530 for one-bedrooms and $2,796 for two-bedrooms.

The developer is offering of up to two weeks free on certain floor plans.

Kathy Andrews Interiors and Kirksey Architecture are designing the interiors.

In the Tanglewood area, Transwestern Development Co. has opened the leasing center for the eight-story Hayworth at 1414 Wood Hollow Drive.

The project includes a 2-acre park, concierge services and a resort-inspired swimming pool.

The building’s 246 units will range from 934-square-foot one-bedrooms to 2,324-square-foot three-bedrooms. Ten townhouse units spanning nearly 2,000 square feet will also be available. Rents start at $2,495.

They owner is offering a two-month rental concession on a 15-month lease and a one-month concession on a 12- to 14-month lease.

5G Studio designed the project.