An apartment builder that has developed projects in central Dallas is making the jump to the north side of U.S. Highway 380 in Denton County.
Developer ZOM Living plans to build a 378-unit rental community near the corner of U.S. 380 and FM1385 in Aubrey.
The rental community will be just west of the Windsong Ranch community and is near where the PGA of America is building its headquarters and golf courses.
Called Mezzo, the apartment project is being built by ZOM in partnership with Civitas Capital Group. The first units are set to open in the third quarter of 2021.
“Our Mezzo site is convenient to an expanding array of retail and entertainment venues, excellent schools, and the highest concentration of suburban corporate employers in the state of Texas,” Jason Haun, ZOM’s Development vice president, said in a statement. “With Mezzo, we will bring a new level of quality, unit features and amenities to this growing submarket north of Dallas.”
Synovus Bank financed construction, and Stanford Construction is the general contractor. The architect for the project is JHP.
Mezzo is the latest in a series of apartment projects in the U.S. 380 corridor west of the Dallas North Tollway. That area is seeing widespread residential and retail growth.
Based in Orlando, Fla., ZOM has done multiple projects in North Texas. It is building a 41-story high-rise in downtown Dallas’ Arts District that will open starting later this year. ZOM also just completed a 376-unit rental community in McKinney.
“We are excited to break ground on our seventh project in the Dallas market and 12th project overall in Texas,” Greg West, ZOM’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.
ZOM Living’s Mezzo apartments will open in the third quarter of 2021.