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Humble: Garden-Style 318-Unit Apartment Complex Eyed at The Groves

Featured Illustration (above): Conceptual rendering of Pavilion at the Groves apartments, set for construction in The Groves master-planned development. Image: Steinberg Dickey Collaborative

Posted: 5-15-20

By Edmond Ortiz

Humble (Harris County)A Houston developer plans to build a garden-style 318-unit apartment complex on a 20-acre tract in The Groves master-planned community.

Pavilion at The Groves will feature 12 residential buildings at 15951 Woodland Hills Drive. Floor plans will range from 556-square-foot efficiencies to 1,734-square-foot three-bedroom units.

Unit amenities will include under-cabinet lighting, granite countertops, 9-foot-ceilings, wood-style floors, tile backsplashes, and custom 42-inch cabinets.

Pavilion at the Groves and The Groves master-planned community are situated in Humble, just northeast of Houston city limits. Image: Google Maps

Community amenities will include a fitness center, yoga/spin studio, a children’s play room, video-gaming, a pool table, a small library and conference room, all contained in a clubhouse structure.

The site plan includes a covered patio, dog park, a resort-style pool with cabanas, hiking paths, and five detached garage buildings.

The developer, Martin Fein Interests Ltd., recently acquired the property from Ashlar Development, the main developer of the 1,000-acre Groves community. 

Steinberg Dickey Collaborative is the project architect. There is no information on a construction schedule or estimated cost, but the developer has indicated that construction would begin early this summer.

VBX members may track this project using ID number: 2020-3C8C.

The Groves development lies just north of Sam Houston Tollway, northeast of Houston city limits. 

Martin Fein Interests has built multiple multifamily developments around the Houston area.


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About the Author:

Edmond Ortiz is a lifelong San Antonian and a 20-plus-year veteran in local journalism, He previously worked full-time at the San Antonio Express-News, and has been freelancing for outlets such as the Rivard Report.

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