Golden Triangle apartment project breaks ground

13th & delaware rendering

A rendering of planned apartments on 13th and Delaware streets. (Meeks + Partners)

An Austin-based developer is constructing a 14-story building on property it purchased in the Golden Triangle last year.

Argyle Residential has submitted plans to the city indicating the structure at 360 W. 13th Ave. will have 176 apartments units and 5,500 square feet of retail space.

Houston-based Meeks + Partners is the project’s architect. The firm said the apartments will range from 328-square-foot studios to 1,062-square-foot two-bedrooms, renting between $1,000 and $2,750.

The development, situated on half an acre, will have 131,200 square feet of building space, not counting a parking garage, according to site plans.

Meeks + Partners said the building is expected to open in March 2019. CFC Construction is the general contractor.

Argyle, the multifamily development wing of Cypress Real Estate Advisors, spent $4 million to purchase the corner in August 2016. At the time, the site comprised four small houses converted into offices for bail bonds businesses.

Argyle developed The Yards at Denargo Market, now named the Marq at RiNo, and the Crossing at Denargo Market.

It also plans to build a 12-story apartment tower, dubbed Jefferson View, on 0.8 acres it purchased in July near Jefferson Park.

Meeks + Partners, also the architect for Jefferson View, said the tower will have 248 one- and two-bedroom units, between 580 and 1,220 square feet. Rent will range from $1,350 to $2,950. It is expected to open in August 2019.

13th & delaware rendering
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