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Kittle plans two complexes in Houston metro

Kittle Property Group has set its sights on Houston with plans for two more apartment complexes. 

The Indianapolis-based developer is planning apartment complexes called Juniper Landing, in Texas City, and Summerdale, in Northwest Houston. 

Juniper Landing, located at 7720 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway, will be the first to break ground, with construction scheduled to start in August, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. It’s estimated to cost $35 million and will span 276,000 square feet. Consisting of six apartment buildings, it will house 228 units costing about $153,500 per unit. The development is estimated to be completed by September 2024, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, though estimates are subject to change.

The second complex, Summerdale, will be situated at the junction of West Gulf Bank and West Montgomery Road and will cost an estimated $37.5 million and span 353,000 square feet parallel to the affordable housing complex Garden City Apartments. The expansive development will include 272 units across eight buildings, costing nearly $138,000 per unit, complete with a clubhouse and nine garage buildings.

Construction is scheduled to begin in the fall, with a full buildout estimated for October 2024.

Leading the design element of both projects is Mark Hobson, Kittle Property’s in-house architect. Carlie Gast, Kittle Property’s Texas development director, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. 

The prolific firm recently expanded its operations in Texas, where it has 12 apartment complexes. Its $31 million Northwind Apartments in Northeast Austin is two miles from Samsung’s semiconductor facility. Kittle Property has identified Houston as a key growth market with these projects being its second foray into the Bayou City. Kittle Property previously developed the income-restricted Vireo Apartments in Northeast Houston’s Greenwood Park suburb. 

Kittle’s decision to build dual apartment complexes highlights the company’s confidence in the Greater Houston real estate market. Its Juniper Landing complex won’t be the only resi project landing in Texas City. Houston-based homebuilder Chesmar Homes announced in December the buildout of Beacon Point at Lago Mar, a 756-home mixed-use neighborhood in the deepwater port city. The community is expected to start construction this summer on the single-family community. 

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