Corpus Christi, Texas—Construction on the Springs of Corpus Christi, a 284-unit town home style luxury apartment community in Corpus Christi, Texas, has been awarded to McShane Construction Company by developer Continental Properties Company Inc. The development is expected to be complete in fall, 2014. The announcement was made by McShane’s Auburn, Ala., regional office.
Springs of Corpus Christi will deliver a range of studio through three-bedroom floorplans in 13 two-story apartment buildings on a 16.8-acre development site. Residences will offer ground-level private entries that open into spacious interiors with nine-foot ceilings. Among the upscale features of the units will be granite countertops, hardwood-style flooring, crown molding, contemporary appliances, washers and dryers and expansive walk-in closets.
Some units will feature attached garages, and there will also be four detached garages and five carport areas strategically located through the community.
Residents will be able to enjoy a number of amenities, among them a resort-style swimming pool, outdoor entertainment areas, gated entry and a community clubhouse offering complementary coffee bar, 24-house state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga and pilates areas and a fenced, leash-free dog park.
Comprehensive architectural services for the development will be provided by RSB Designs.
Scott J. Hoppa, senior vice president of McShane Construction Company’s Southeast Region, remarked that his company values its long-standing relationship with Continental Properties, and looks forward to completing Springs at Corpus Christi, its ninth construction assignment on behalf of that client.
“The trusted working relationship that has developed between McShane and Continental Properties spans multiple states and a wide variety of multifamily product types,” he adds. “We look forward to continuing this highly successful tradition of balancing high-quality construction with the overall goals of our client to deliver another well-positioned product to serve the demand within the growing multifamily market.”