Wood Partners Opens Austin Luxury Apartments

Part of a master-planned development, the community is one of several the developer has brought online in Texas.

The interior of the club room at Alta Berry Creek. Image courtesy of Wood Partners

Wood Partners has opened Alta Berry Creek, a 17-acre, 300-unit luxury apartment community located at 2201 State Highway 195 in Georgetown, Texas. The project is the latest offering in the developer’s Alta line of luxury properties.

Alta Berry Creek will be located within the Berry Creek Highlands master-planned project, a 314-acre development that is projected to include 1,500 single-family homes, as well as a park, an elementary school and retail space.

Construction of Alta Berry Creek began in February of 2022, and is subject to a $28.3 million loan provided by BOKF, according to Yardi Matrix information. EuroInvestor provided equity financing for the project, while Design Balance and makrDESIGN provided exterior and interior design services, respectively. As with other Alta communities, Wood Residential Services, the developer’s property management and leasing subsidiary, will oversee operations.

Development details

Alta Berry Creek. Image courtesy of Wood Partners

Apartments in Alta Berry Creek are sectioned into one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans ranging between 582 and 1,580 square feet. Some units include a security-focused technology package.

Outdoor amenities at Alta Berry Creek include a swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and dog park with washing stations. Inside the community’s clubroom, renters have access to a fitness center, a lounge and entertainment space, as well as a business center with a conference room and private offices.

The project is situated along State Highway 192. A connection to Interstate 35 is three miles away. Alta Berry Creek is 7 miles north of central Georgetown and its dining, retail, cultural and recreational offerings. The state capital of Austin is 30 miles to the south, alongside offices and industrial spaces from some of the state’s largest employers, including Apple, Samsung, GM, Home Depot, Tesla and Emerson.

Altas in the Lone Star State

Wood Partners has seven Atlas communities in the Austin metro totaling 2,075 units, Yardi Matrix data shows. In Houston, the Wood Partners operates three properties totaling 734 units, according to the same source.

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In November 2022, the firm broke ground on Alta Cypress Springs, a 330-unit project in one of the city’s western suburbs. Three months prior, construction began on Alta Sergeant, a 354-unit project that is slated to open later this month.

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