390-unit residential community break ground on Near Southside
The Cooper – a $65 million, five-story, 390-unit contemporary urban residential community in Fort Worth – has broken ground.
Dallas-based multifamily development firm, Lang Partners, said the project, said the project, located at 1001 West Rosedale Street and slated for completion in August 2020, will be the largest project of its kind in the Near Southside district.
Offering a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom hotel-inspired apartments, lofts and townhomes, residents can expect expansive glass windows, 10-to-12-foot ceilings, custom-designed walk-in closets, natural stone finishes, walk-in glass showers, dual sink bath vanities, private terraces, and chefs’ kitchens with quartz countertops, platinum silver appliances, gooseneck faucets, and prep islands. Floor plans will range from 600 to 1,810 square feet, with prices ranging from $1,200 to $4,000 per month.
Amenities will include a esort-style zero-edge pool with lounging shelf, sundeck and private cabanas, outdoor grilling and lounge stations with fire pits, property-wide Wi-Fi, yoga studio and state-of-the-art fitness center, a coffee bar, leash-free pet park with “paw spa,” large co-working spaces with multiple meeting/conference rooms, package lockers with cold storage and dry cleaning services, and a controlled-access six-level garage with 547 parking spaces, 80 of which will be non-controlled and open for public/community use.
“The property started out as single-family homes and small businesses, so land assemblage was complicated and re-zoning was required, which took years to complete,” said Dirik Oudt, co-founder and director of development at Lang Partners. “As a Fort Worth-native, it is so exciting to see this project – which is the largest and finest in our company history – finally come to fruition.”
In addition to Lang Partners as the developer, other project team members include KWA Construction as the general contractor, GFF as the architect, Moore Design Group as the interior design firm, Huitt-Zollars as the civil engineer, Jordan & Skala Engineers as the MEP engineer, and Vertika as the structural engineer.