BARRINGTON, IL – January 27, 2015 – Stoneleigh Companies is pleased to announce the opening of its newest luxury apartment community in Keller, Texas, Waterford Glen Apartments with its first residents moving in this month. The 187-unit apartment community is located at 400 Bourland Road at the SE corner of Johnson Road and Keller Parkway.
“We are excited to announce the opening of Waterford Glen,” said Rick Cavenaugh, president and CEO of Stoneleigh Companies. “We designed the community to be a relaxing retreat for our residents with classic craftsman architecture including stone masonry on the exterior and interior designs that have an artisan appeal.”
The community offers one, two and three-bedroom apartment homes ranging in size from 750 to 1,510 square feet of living space. Residents will enjoy granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, LED lighting, large kitchens with craftsman wood cabinets and brushed nickel hardware and wood-style plank flooring throughout the unit. Floor plans incorporate features such as 9-foot ceilings, spacious walk-in closets, garden tubs and walk-in showers full size washers and dryers, private balconies and direct access garages in most units.
Waterford Glen is part of the Waterford Residential portfolio and includes a vibrant clubhouse with a private fitness and yoga studio, a cyber café with coffee bar and a resident lounge. Residents will also enjoy the over-sized resort-style pool with a tanning shelf, large sundeck with expansive seating and private cabanas, fire pit for after work gathering, complimentary Wi-Fi, built-in grilling stations and an outdoor lounge with gazebo. The gated community is situated off Main Street and close to several biking and hiking trails.
“Since we’ve owned and built premiere apartments in Keller since 2001, we realize the benefits to our residents to live in the highly sought after Keller Independent School District,” said Cavenaugh. “Waterford Glen is also close to Keller Bear Creek Park, The Keller Pointe and Keller Town Center for recreation, convenient shopping and dining. It is a wonderful addition to our portfolio and will prove to be the best residential community in the Mid-Cities of Dallas/Fort Worth.”
For more information on Waterford Glen Apartments, visit www.waterfordglenapts.com.
About Stoneleigh Companies
Stoneleigh Companies is a multi-family owner and developer focused on long term investment in excellent quality residential properties in markets that exhibit strong fundamentals for premium rental housing. Stoneleigh operates over 4,000 units and is under construction on four new communities in Dallas Uptown, Keller, Houston and Chicago. For more information, visit www.waterfordresidential.com
About Waterford Residential
Waterford Residential is the property management affiliate of Stoneleigh Companies, a fully diversified real estate company. Waterford Residential currently manages 14 multi-family communities in Texas, Florida, Tennessee and Illinois including three premiere communities in Keller, Texas.
Spring area sees boom in housing developments
Houston Chronicle | Tamra Santana | January 14, 2015
New housing communities are sprouting in Spring to keep up with a growing area workforce.
Several high-end apartment communities and housing developments are under construction as 10,000 new employees are expected to start work soon at Exxon Mobil Corp.’s new 385-acre Spring campus. Southwestern Energy Co., one of the largest producers of natural gas in the United States, also opened its new headquarters in the area.
Waterford Springs apartment community at 24530 Gosling Road will be complete in March. The community, which will have 308 units, is a quarter complete and is currently leasing and preleasing units. It is 12 percent occupied.
“More of our product is coming online this month and we will fill up as we move further along in construction,” said manager Amber Hopkins.
Hopkins said several Exxon employees have already moved in there and expects more as the community is complete.
“We are about seven to nine miles from the Exxon campus,” she said.