Luxury Community Breaks Ground Within ShadowGlen Master Plan


The team behind the project includes architectural firm Cross Architects, civil engineering firm Kimley-Horn, general contractor Journeyman Construction, Mason Joseph Co. and BBG Inc.

Dallas-based RightQuest, through its affiliate RightQuest Shadow Glen Flats, has broken ground on a new luxury community in Austin’s Manor suburb. The property is part of the first phase of construction at the 1,400-acre ShadowGlen Master Plan Development and is located at the northwest corner of ShadowGlen Trace and 973. The blueprint includes the 18-hole ShadowGlen Golf Course encompassing a driving range, grill and pro shop.

Smart tech amenities

The asset, owned by a joint venture consisting of Dwyer Realty Cos. and Cottonwood Residential, will be available for occupancy in the summer of 2019. In-unit amenities at the community will include private patios/balconies, nine-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, kitchens with stainless steel appliances, front-load washers and dryers, wood-style flooring and granite countertops. The development will also be equipped with some of Amazon’s smart home features, allowing residents to unlock their doors, adjust the temperature, turn off the lights and play music throughout the home, all from their smartphone.

Community amenities include a covered front porch with plush seating and TVs, a clubhouse with media center, a swimming pool with a poolside cabana and barbecue areas, multiple outdoor gas fire pits, private dog yards and a large dog park, a community pavilion with string lighting, a business center, a fitness center with yoga space, detached garages, onsite storage facilities and covered parking.

RightQuest and Dwyer Cos. began their collaboration on the project in early 2017 and brought on-board Plano-based Cross Architects, the Austin-based civil engineering firm Kimley-Horn, and Austin-based Journeyman Construction as general contractor. Mason Joseph Co. originated the construction financing and BBG Inc. provided the market feasibility and demand analysis.

Images courtesy of RightQuest

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