|The Routh Street Flats will open in 2014. (Alamo Manhattan)|
The builder has demolished several small buildings at Routh and Carlisle streets to make way for the 208-unit development.
“This is our third project in Uptown and our pipeline across the nation has grown to about $325 million,” said Alamo Manhattan CEO Matt Segrest. “The aesthetic is very unique for Dallas. Trying to bring some ‘Seattle cool’ to Uptown.
“It should really stand out in the market,” Segrest said. “We expect to deliver in summer 2015.”
The 6-story building was designed by Hensley Lamkin Rachel Inc.
Alamo Manhattan has just finished its 192-unt Monaco apartment building on the Katy Trail at 3003 Carlisle St.
And the developer is building a 6-story apartment project on Harry Hines Boulevard and Payne Street on the edge of the Victory Park development.