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First Project in a Planned Mixed-Use Community

First Project in a Planned Mixed-Use Community - Jordan Foster Construction August 14, 2017

Jordan Foster Residential has been awarded the contract to build Millennium Place Apartments, a two-building, 228-unit complex with Class A finishes, two courtyards, and a resort-style pool.

Located in Corinth, Texas, just south of Denton and directly off I-35, Millennium Place Apartments will anchor a new mixed-use community, which will include restaurants, retail, and a wedding and event center.

The two wood-framed residential structures will be four-story, e-Urban design, with a predominantly brick and stucco exterior. A clubhouse and leasing center will be located on the first floor of Building One, along with a workout facility. Building Two will feature a rooftop deck, which will overlook the future master planned community. Site work includes an amenity detention pond, walkways, and a decorative fountain.

The client is Millennium Place, LP, and the architect is Architecture Demarest. The project is scheduled to start on August 21st, with an 18-month schedule. With 203,797 net rentable and 277,964 gross square feet, the project was secured with a HUD GMP contract with a Lump-Sum side agreement for work on Dobbs Road, an acceleration lane, and a drainage flume. 

The Project Team includes Senior Project Manager Todd Hale, Project Manager Jack Means, Administrative Assistant Rachel Richardson, Superintendent Marty Coyle, Director of Operations Terry Peek, and Regional Director Jeff Hill.

Congratulations to the Award Team of Justin Morris, Todd Hale, Rachel Richardson, and Jeff Hill, who worked through mountains of HUD paperwork, and successfully won the contract!