MORGAN Brings Luxury to Houston with Pearl Woodlake

According to the developer, the property is a "a prime example of upscale urban living at its finest."
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Pearl Woodlake

Houston—The Morgan Group Inc. (MORGAN) has brought luxury to Houston with its newest apartment community, Pearl Woodlake. Located in the city’s Westchase District at 2033 South Gessner Road, the luxury property offers upscale lifestyle amenities representative of MORGAN’s premium Pearl brand. Construction on the property began in early 2014 and construction financing was provided by Regions Bank.

As MHN previously reported, Morgan launched its Pearl brand in summer 2012 with the Class A+, 341-unit Pearl Greenway in Houston’s Greenway Plaza.

Pearl Woodlake features 376 units in a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom configurations, ranging in size from 607 to 1,551 square feet. Residences offer open floor plans, high-end wood-style floors, contemporary track and pendant lighting, full-size washers and dryers, walk-in closets, as well as kitchen islands and patios and balconies in select units. Rental prices range from about $1,250 to $2,600 per unit.

On the exterior, property amenities include an oversized courtyard with a resort-style pool, outdoor kitchen and poolside cabanas, grilling stations, a large dog park and dog wash station, an e-lounge, a club room with pool table and catering kitchen, and a platinum athletic club with a private workout studio. eVgo car-charging stations are also available.

“We’re very proud to open Pearl Woodlake, a prime example of upscale urban living at its finest,” said Stan Levy, COO of MORGAN. He added that the luxury property is conveniently located in the Westchase District with easy access to restaurants, business centers, entertainment, and popular retail areas, including CityCentre, Memorial City Mall, Town & Country and The Galleria.

Based in Houston, MORGAN specializes in upscale urban construction and third-party property management across the United States. The company has developed 16,000 units at a total cost of $2 billion since 1988.

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