The first phase of the upscale Arlington Commons Apartments breaks ground in December on East Lamar Boulevard, east of Rolling Hills Country Club, and is projected to finish in two years. The four-phase, $200 million project, which would take another eight to 10 years to complete, will replace three deteriorating apartment complexes that have been demolished
The first phase of the upscale Arlington Commons Apartments breaks ground in December on East Lamar Boulevard, east of Rolling Hills Country Club, and is projected to finish in two years. The four-phase, $200 million project, which would take another eight to 10 years to complete, will replace three deteriorating apartment complexes that have been demolished JHP Architecture and Kevin Sloan Studios
The first phase of the upscale Arlington Commons Apartments breaks ground in December on East Lamar Boulevard, east of Rolling Hills Country Club, and is projected to finish in two years. The four-phase, $200 million project, which would take another eight to 10 years to complete, will replace three deteriorating apartment complexes that have been demolished JHP Architecture and Kevin Sloan Studios